2014: The Year in Review (2)

There was also the debate with three witch doctors from Angola that must have been quite an experience for the German sociologists present. Especially when I confronted the witch doctors and told them that they were mere conmen using the superstitions of Africans to collect goats, chickens etc. for their own profit.

The InDuna & witchdoctors of Bukalo

After that first call from a woman in Windhoek who told us about her brother who desperately needed help, we didn't have another quiet time again. The woman on the phone asked me whether I was a traditional healer (black African) or a psychologist (white African)? The next morning we met her brother, Love More, at the filling station in Bukalo. Love More had only one eye – the other he lost in January after being attacked in Windhoek.

Alzheimer’s Dementia Namibia Update

Talks have started and I firmly believe that ADN will no longer be seen as just another dream from the smallest Dutch Reformed Church in Namibia, but an important instigator in the freeing of people with dementia – so that those who live with dementia and consider their lives to be ‘finished’ can have a life of quality until their end.