We need immediate support for this upcoming project in Nepal to provide medical care from the Kathmandu Valley out to the Sindhupalchok region. We will be hosting no-cost health camps all throughout the Kathmandu valley as well as the northeastern region of Nepal.
Spring of 2014, Inner Ocean spent 6 weeks in New Delhi, India living and working in a safe house for women and children who have been rescued from sex-trafficking as well as hosting several acupuncture clinics in the slums of New Delhi.
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In the summer of 2014, Inner Ocean spent 6 weeks in Kathmandu and Mustang, Nepal hosting several independent clinics and working in clinics established by Acupuncturists Without Borders though run by Nepali acupuncturists.
Fall of 2013 brought with it torrential rains to Colorado. While it wouldn’t have been a big deal during a typical season, Colorado also just so happened to have been through a devastating fire only two years earlier. Without many trees left to soak up the water as it came down, Boulder and surrounding counties were severely flooded.
Spring of 2015, Inner Ocean spent 6 weeks in Thailand and at the Thai-Burma border. We hosted several private clinics for clients with very challenging medical cases and then worked in a clinic for refugees at the border of Thailand and Burma.
Inner Ocean Empowerment Project wants to create a training program for medical workers at the border that focuses on jungle medicine, emergency first-aid, preventive medicine, and basic acupuncture protocols for pain relief, trauma recovery, etc.
IOEP is interested in working with established reservation organizations in creating a leadership development team for the Native American youth as well as the adults and providing guidance and treatments focused on addiction recovery.
Inner Ocean Empowerment Project is working to raise funds to document the now oral traditions of the aging refugees in the community who hold this vital information so the wisdom of their ancestors and important traditions aren’t lost and forgotten.