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ROI EXPEDITIONS

ROI India Expedition Oct 2012
Three ROI reflexologists, Kim Borel, Pam Conger and Marilyn Williams travelled to Tiruvannamalai South India to work in the Florence Nightingale Nursing School. This is part of the Rangammal Hospital set up by Sylvia Wright.
They trained 20 student nurses using the ROI teaching package over a period of a week. The training was well received and the students were very competent. If they complete their case studies ROI hopes to return in Sep 2013.

Expeditions in 2011

In Sep 2011 a team of three, Mari Singleton, Marilyn Williams and Jane Jones went to India to teach reflexology at the Rangammal Hospital. Feb 2011, Alicia Falero, Marilyn Williams and Mari Singleton went to Pondicherry, South India, and worked with an organisation called Adecom Network whose mission statement includes working with the Dalit community. The team put on a week’s training programme which included HIV counsellors, student nurses and village women.

Expeditions in 2010
A team of 4, Dawn, Jo, Alicia and Marilyn delivered 2 weeks training in Bangalore and Mysore see separate article for details here: Expedition 2010 to India.

Expedition 2008 to Uganda
The 8th expedition to Uganda took place between August and September 2008. The team consisted of John Parham and ROI(Uganda) Reflexology Trainers.

Expedition 2007 to India
The second expedition to India took place in October/November 2007. There were 4 members and the team operated in Bodhgaya, Bihar and Kollum, Kerala. An article appearing in the Association of Reflexologists (AOR) magazine REFLECTIONS is shown here: Expedition 2007 to India.

Expedition 2006 to India
The first expedition to India took place in October/November 2006. There were 4 members and the team operated in Kolkata (Calcutta) with the Bengal Network for People living with HIV/AIDS (BNP+). An article appearing in the Association of Reflexologists (AOR) magazine REFLEXIONS is available here: Expedition 2006 to India.

Fact Finding Mission 2006 to Uganda
Mari Singleton spent two weeks in Uganda carrying out a fact finding mission to see how reflexology was being used. She visited sites at The AIDS Support Organisation (TASO), Hospice Africa and Medical Missionaries of Mary (MMM). An article appearing in the Association of Reflexologists (AOR) magazine REFLEXIONS is available here: Fact Finding Expedition 2006 to Uganda.

Expedition 2005 to Uganda
The 6th expedition to Uganda took place in October/November 2005. There were 4 members and the team operated in Kampala, Masaka, Makondo and Mpigi. An article appearing in the Association of Reflexologists (AOR) magazine REFLEXIONS is available here: Expedition 2005 to Uganda

Expedition 2004 to Uganda
The fifth expedition to Uganda took place between 14 October and 12 November 2004. There were 6 members and the team operated in Kampala, Mbale and Tororo. The team trained a total of 126 basic and advanced students of which 12 gained ROI(Uganda) Trainer status. An article appearing in the Association of Reflexologists (AOR) magazine REFLEXIONS is available here: Expedition 2004 to Uganda

Explorer Expedition 2004 to India
In February 2004, our first Explorer Expedition went to India for 3 weeks. The purpose of an Explorer Expedition is to investigate a location to see whether the ROI should send a team there and to investigate essential planning considerations. Marilyn Williams carried out the solo expedition and focused on the Bodhgaya area in Bihar. A report written by Marilyn is available here: Expedition 2004 to India - Explorer

Expedition 2003 to Uganda - Follow On Training Team
In 2003, the fourth expedition went to Uganda in November for 18 days. There were 4 members and the team spent one weeks in Tororo and then a further week in Kampala. The team provided training for 73 people of which 2 gained ROI(Uganda) Reflexology Trainer and 12 gained ROI(Uganda) Student Reflexology Trainer status. Of these there were Unlike previous expeditions the team focused on one orgaisation, The AIDS Support Organisation (TASO). The total number of people trained by the ROI in Uganda s now: 529 An article appearing in the Association of Reflexologists (AOR) magazine REFLEXIONS is available here: Expedition 2003 to Uganda - Follow On Training Team

Expedition 2003 to Uganda
In 2003, the third expedition went to Uganda in July for a month. There were 8 members and the team spent two weeks in Tororo and then two weeks in Kampala. The team provided training for 126 people and included 4 people who gained ROI(Uganda) Reflexology Trainer status. The total number of people trained by the ROI in Uganda s now: 456 An article appearing in the Association of Reflexologists (AOR) magazine REFLEXIONS is available here: Expedition 2003 to Uganda

Expedition 2002 to Uganda
In 2002, the second expedition went to Uganda in October for 3 weeks There were 3 members and the team provided training in Tororo and Kampala. The team provided training to 46 people in basic reflexology. The total number of people trained by the ROI in Uganda is now: 330 An article appearing in the Association of Reflexologists (AOR) magazine REFLEXIONS is available here: Expedition 2002 to Uganda

Expedition 2001 to Uganda
In 2001, the first expedition went to Uganda in July for a month. There were 7 members and the team spent two weeks in Tororo and then two weeks in Kampala. The team provided training to 284 people in basic reflexology. Over 20 organisations were involved including The AIDS Support Organisation (TASO), ACTION AID, Hospice Uganda, Mildmay International, Save the Children (UK) and some hospitals. An article appearing in the Association of Reflexologists (AOR) magazine REFLEXIONS is available here: Expedition 2001 to Uganda



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