Project manager Renata Hanselmann started the project in 2008, inspired by Germans who have been pushing such a project for a long time. We wanted to make homeopathy accessible to people who had no additional insurance, i.e. those in need and the poor.
We initially tried to do this via institutions, but did not meet with much response. We then focused on Swiss homeopaths, who treated people almost free of charge. They each received practice cost subsidies for these treatments.
In spite of HMSuisse and the new project manager Monika Bänninger making a big announcement and despite the conversion into a fund, this offer was unfortunately not taken up enough, which is why the project was terminated in 2017.