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Welcome to Malaysia 2009

18 th Asian League & 8 th International

Conference on Homeopathy & Complementary Medicine

4 - 5th October 2009 at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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1984 : Year of establishment
1985 : Approved and gazzetted by The Parliment of Malaysia - 5 camp site for free treatment - Organised 2 national seminars on homeopathy.
1986 : Started recruting members - Organised 10 camps site for free treatment for village people arounf Kelantan State.
1987 : Sent 4 memebrs of MRHP Medical Team to Pakistan and Afghanistan.
1988 : Sent 11 members of MRHP Medical Team to nakorn Si Thamarat, Thailand worst flood disaster.
1989 : Organised The International Congress on Homeopathy attended by 250 delegates from all over the world.
1990 : Two of MRHP memebrs sent to India to attend the Conference on Drug Addict & Homeopathic Approach.
1991 : Started a free homeopathic hospital at Kg Chicha, Kota Bharu.
1992 : Sent 3 mebers of MRHP to Sri Lanka and also gave free treatment to poors at Welliwata Bridge.
1993 : Organised a national seminar at local universities.
1994 : MRHP general assembaly meeting
1995 : Conducting courses on Homeopathy for public
1996 : Gave lectures at Radio Malaysia & TV's
1997 : 2 of MRHP memebrs were sent to Beijing China to persue the knowledge of Chinese Medicine.
1998 : Organised International Conference On Homeopathy. Attended by 300 delegates all over the world. The Conference was ianugrated by H.H. The Sultan of Kelantan.
1999 : Organised the natioanl Seminar on Homeopathy
2000 : Organised The International Conference on Homeopathy & Complementary Medicine, attended by 350 degelagtes all over the world. Officially opened by The Chief Minister of Kelantan, YAB Tuan Guru Dato Nik Abd Aziz Nik Mat.
2001 : Launched the building project of Homeopathic Complex in Malaysia at Pasir Mas, Kelantan.

2002 : May 7th. Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia Lecturer Hall was official opened by Dr Hajjah Safurah, Timbalan Pengarah, Unit Kesihatan Keluarga, Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia at Pasir Mas.

2002 : 8,9 & 10th Sept. , 6th International Conference on Homeopathy & Complementary Medicine at Kota Bharu, Kelantan. Attended by 350 International delegates all over the world.

2002, 8th Sept: 200 International doctors from all over the world were invited to BBQ and Dinner at Faculty New Campus at Pasir Mas, Kelantan.

2003, 10 January: 100 local homeopath attended the 25th national seminar on Homeopathy at Pasir Mas Campus -Themes- Sexs and Homeopathy. In evening Mesyuarat Agong MRHP.

2004 3 May, Official opening of our New Medical Centre at gelang Mas.

2005, 3rd January : 6 homeopathic doctors were sent to Kuala Kedah TSUNAMI Disaster area.

2005, January: 4 MRHP members leaving to Acheh TSUNAMI area Indonesia.

2005, May 15, Committee Meeting - MRHP Malaysia at Fahom Campus

2005, 23-24 sept , CEI 120 km Endurance, FAHOM members has join of our horses for 40km ride.

2005, 6 Nov  Fairuz & Badariah Festival at Campus Compound, 1000 guest take part.

2005, 6 Dec - Flood at FAHOM Campus

2005, 11 Dec - 2nd Flood at FAHOM Campus, 2 members of FAHOM visited Bukit Tinggi, Indonesia.
2006 Calendar

2006, 11 Jan - 4 FAHOM members visited Cambodia

2006, 2-3 Sept 7th Internatioanl Homeopathic Conference at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The Homoeopathic Doctor Without Barriers-DRTB(International)

Parent Body: HQ
The Registered Malaysian Homeopathic Medical Practitioners Association (MRHP Malaysia)
No.11, Bangunan Tabung Haji Lama, Jalan Dato Pati, 15000 Kota Bharu, Kelantan, Malaysia.

Tel: 09-7972948, 09-7440440, 03-26926549
Fax: 09-7646815, 09-7437400, 03-26983242

Prof Dr Nik Omar describes the Organisation:

In early 1987, a land trip by Toyota Land Cruises escorted by Mujaheddin Freedom Fighters treads its way early in the morning over the treacherous Khyaber Pass in Northern Pakistan. The vehicles are carrying Malaysian Homeopathic Medical Volunteers from The Registerd Malaysian Homeopathic Medical Practitioners Association (MRHP); they were on their way to staff a Mobile Homoeopathic Clininc in freedom fighters' held territory, near Jalalabad inside Afghanistan.

There they will treat civilians and Mujahideen wounded in the war between Mujahideen Afghan Freedom Fighters and the Soviet backed Government.

Around the world, in war zones and areas striken by natural disasters, this special breed of homeopathic doctor and nurse are infusing the Hippocratic Oath with fresh force, risking their lives out of commitment to what Prof Dr Nik Omar, one of the founders of this volunteer-medics movement calls "The duty to mankind"

These are some of the first ever medical volunteers from homeopathic groups in the world to treat tribespeople for diarrhoea and malaria in Yala, Narathiwat, and Nakornsithamarat in Thailand. In slum ares in Colombo, the same group were giving free treatment for worms and tropical diseases to children and adults in rural areas of Walliwata Bridge. In the deep jungles of Malaysia, they treat the 'Orang Asli' ( aborigines ) for skin disesaes and jaundice.They are there cleaning bandages on victims of land mines and gunshot under mortar fire and bombing in Afghanistan and giving treatment for ailments to the refugees in camps around Peshawar, Pakistan, etc.

Every year approximately 50 homoeopathic doctors from Malaysia give up their annual holidays. They make their medical knowledge and skills available to the charity - Homeopathic Doctors Without Barriers, free of charge for a period of a least four days, and up to eight weeks. On top of this, they even pay for their flight to help the country to which they are sent.

In 1979 Prof Dr Nik Omar, the President of the Association established the organisation in Kota Bharu with the aim of providing medical help in countries with low levels of medical provision. Since then he has been able to arrange almost 80 assigments worldwide, including Malaysia. They work in various projects in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Colombo, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand, and Indonesia.

They volunteer for all kinds of reasons. Some serve out of moral duty, others adventure and challenge. Some grasp the opportunity to be in the real life laboratory where nearly every case is an emergency.

Many of these members discover that much of what they learned at The Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia is irrelevant to the life and death crises and health needs of millions of the world's poorest people and finally decided to venture forth as the Malaysian Homeopathic Volunteer Medical Corps.

Prof Dr Nik Omar, 49, the founder member of the group, vividly recalls his apprehension. Early one morning in Autumn 1987, the Malaysian Volunteers were discussing some of the cases they had treated the day before. As it happened, the mountainside also made an excellent lookout from which to scan the skies for approaching MIG 25 Fighter Bombers. All of a sudden, a dozen bombs dropped around our hospital, but they were poorly targeted and we all were safe. It became so, that throughout our service in Afghanistan, the bombing was a routine and there was bombing at our camp near the Pakistani border almost every day and night. It was a strain to our voulnteers, who had also to cope with the lack of equitment and medicines, and a workload of over 150 patients a day with artillery shell exploding overhead.

" There is a tremendous responsibility in knowing that you are the only doctor in the desert for 20,000 to 50,000 people. You are often alone in making a decision on who should treated and who should be sent for further emergency treatment in a hosiptal 300 to 400 kilometers away. And when you are alone, you are always thinking, "Maybe I was wrong."

The idea of forming the volunteer group in Malaysia, started in London in 1975 when Dr Nik Omar met with a member of the French-based organisation MÄ‚