How it all began… The Project in Mostar

Homeopathy between War and Hope

In 2003 the book about our project was published by the Peter Irl Verlag publishing house. The book describes the situation in Mostar at that time and our work under extreme conditions.

In the book you find the history of the project, personal reports, exciting case studies and a lot of background information.

From the table of contents:

  1. Project: idea – development – progress
  2. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  3. Case studies
  4. Project documentation
  5. Travel reports and experiences
  6. Homeopathy in daily practice
  7. Review on the project and vision
  8. History of Mostar and the State of Bosnia-Herzegovina
  9. War and postwar period in Mostar

and more

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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.