Moxafrica is a charitable organisation set up to investigate the use of moxibustion therapy for the treatment of tuberculosis, particularly in resource-poor environments in the twenty first century.
(UK Charity Commission Registration Number: 1128408)
You can help Moxafrica fight this disease today and tomorrow!
You can find a lot of information in this site - not only about Moxafrica, but also about TB today - the full extent of which is rarely (if ever) properly discussed in the media.
If you want to generally learn about Moxafrica, we suggest you look at one of the videos, look at the evidence base, the patient feedback, the programme, the budget, and/or the FAQTS.
If you want to know about the live Scientific Research on the effects of moxa on TB patients then click on the research page, but you can also find information on the pilot studies in the Uganda and South Africa sections.
If you want to get some idea of the truly colossal and intractable scale of the problem of TB in the developing world, please click on tuberculosis or "what the experts are saying". We have also published an up-to-date analysis for World TB Day 2013. It is impossible to grasp the potential of this project without understanding the existing complexities of treating this disease in Africa. This issue is something that is rarely if ever appropriately aired in the media, but is nevertheless one of the most pressing humanitarian problems of our age.
If you simply want to understand a liitle more about moxa or moxibustion, click here.
If you want to get an idea of how the project has developed from its outset, you can get this from the News page.
Most importantly of all, if you want help this potentially immensely important project to progress, click on DONATE!