How it all began… The Project in Mostar

The Mostar project

The Mostar project

On November 9, 1993 the “Old Bridge” (Stari Most), Mostar’s landmark, symbol of  international and religious understanding, was blasted away. A cry of sheer horror disseminated all over the world. Mostar was split into east and west, into Muslim and Christian.

Within eyeshot of the blasted bridge, on the east shore of river Neretva, a small group of homeopaths opened a provisional practice wanting to help people marked by the war.

Within three years more than 1000 patients were treated by thirty voluntary therapists (physicians and nonmedical practicioners) taking turns.


This project was the beginning of “Homöopathen ohne Grenzen e.V.” (homeopaths without borders), our first project, from which many others have resulted.

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Bosnia i Hercegovina - Bosnia and Herzegowina

Federal Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Capital: Sarajevo

Area: 51.197 square kilometers

Inhabitants: about 4 700 000


In March 1992, 99.4% voted in favour of national sovereignty of Bosnia and Herzegovina. This referendum was largely boycotted by the Serbs, turnout of voters was 63%.

Consequently, the country declared its leaving the federation of Yugoslavia and since then has been an independent republic. International recognition was gained on April 17, 1992.

Three years of war between Serbian, Croatian and Bosnian groups followed. The war was terminated by the Dayton Agreement, reached in 1995 in Dayton, USA, and formally signed on December 14 in Paris. It founded the State of Bosnia-Herzegovina.