GHF is initiated by some people with a vision to bring quality homeopathy to the masses, whose only intention is to promote the science. These people have their proven commitment and love for homeopathy, who have demonstrated their involvement in the areas of education, practice, research and promotion. More people with similar vision would be invited to join the team.
GHF founded by a group of homeopathy activists who want to see homeopathy reach to the masses across the world. GHF being a non-government, non-profit making, non-profit making group, it's objectives include growth of the science, benefit to those suffering with diseases which could be helped with homeopathy and to support the professionals to be able to serve better.
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Ela Gandhi, A social reformer and "advocate of alternate medicine.
Ela Gandhi is an internationally renowned social activist and granddaughter of Mahatma Gandhi.. She is an eminent South Africa-based thinker, an advocate of Gandhian non-violent solutions and an advocate of the gentle medicine of Homeopathy. A recipient of numerous awards for her work including India's Padmabhushan in promoting nonviolent political change. She was born in Durban, South Africa, in 1940, the youngest daughter of Manilal and Sushila Gandhi
Mr Madhavan Nambiar, B.A., M.B.A., Former Secretary, Ministry of Civil Aviation.
He is is a specialist in the policy and practice of infrastructure development, emerging industries, and in the design and management of government- industry partnerships. His 36-year record of public service as an officer in the Indian Administrative Service has seen policy, design, regulatory, and management work across key infrastructure and industrial sectors; culminating in in his appointment as Secretary to the Government of India at the Ministry of Civil Aviation. He is currently Chairman of the C-DOT Alcatel-Lucent Research Centre. He serves on and advises the boards of some of India's most prominent companies such as Larsen & Toubro (L&T) and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS). A Fellow at Cambridge University's Judge Business School, Mr Nambiar has lectured on public policy at Oxford University and at Columbia University.
Dr M.P. Abu Sabad Samadani, Member of Legistive Assembly of Kerala from Kottakkal Constituency
A rare combination of all in one, be it knowledge in multiple domains especially religion, law, science & spirituality, a celebrity orator and a wonderful human being, Shri M.P. Abdu Samad Samadani was a parliamentarian and now a member of legislative assembly of Kerala. A lawyer & strong believer & promoter of Homeopathy.
S. B. Dangayach, Industrialist, Managing Director: Sintex.
S.B. Dangayach is Managing Director of Sintex Industries Limited that is a well diversified corporate active in plastics, textiles, composites, infrastructure, construction, power, renewable energy and water sectors. He is also Chairman of Sintex International Limited that manufactures Homoeopathic medicines.
Dangayach is an out of box thinker and is passionate about low carbon, inclusive, green and clean development. He has therefore been driving his company towards providing products, systems and solutions that are in domains of cooking energy security, drinking water security, high quality but low cost housing for EWS/LIG sectors, waste management solutions and healthcare through green medicinal system like Homoeopathy.
Dangayach has been a part of many symposia, seminars and conferences relating to plastics, housing, renewable energy, water, innovation, entrepreneurship and leadership. He has also travelled as a delegate with Prime Minister of India and Chief Minister of Gujarat several times.
Dangaych has been recipient of “Best Manager”
award of 1998 by Ahmedabad Management Association. He is perceived as an “intrapreneur”
and is featured in the bestselling “Stay Hungry Stay Foolish”
, authored by Rashmi Bansal.
Dangayach has been conferred with the award of “Distinguished Alumnus of IIMA”
during its Golden Jubilee Celebration on 11th December 2011.