How it all began… The Project in Mostar

Assistance in Mostar


From now on you may assist in the practice in Mostar for one or several weeks. Participants will learn more especially about the consequences of war and homeopathic treatment of post war syndroms.

If you want to gain this experience, please contact the center in Mostar.

Spoken languages are English and German. Basic knowledge of classical homeopathy is expected.

Please contact our office for the fee we charge for assistance.


Please ask:

Zentrum für Klassische Homöopathie

Homeopatija centar Mostar

Bulijkina 2

Fax 00 387 36 31 97 40

or: Nusret Hodzic

tel: +38761216296

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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.