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This update about WCH’s progress in 2021 was written by Dr. Tess Lawrie, founder of EbMCSquared CiC and co-founder of World Council for Health

To our subscribers, supporters, and affiliates,

A big thank you for all that you have helped us accomplish this year!

In March 2021, your donations helped to establish the health-focused community interest company, EbMCsquared CiC. Named after Einstein’s famous equation – Energy (e) equals mass (m) times the speed of light (c) squared, EbMCsquared CiC gets its energy from you, the thousands of people supporting us, times the speed of our collective consciousness, squared as we grow! 

Thanks to you, and going from strength to strength, EbMCsquared CiC is the not-for-profit company based in the United Kingdom that now manages three new global health initiatives:  

  • The British Ivermectin Recommendation Development (BiRD) initiative, aimed at making ivermectin and other safe early treatments available worldwide for use against Covid-19;
  • The World Council for Health, a coalition of over 100 international health-focused organisations that helps people and communities navigate these complex times by empowering them to take control and responsibility for their health; and
  • My Health Society, a new holistic model of healthcare based on the principles of doing no harm, taking responsibility for our own health, having the freedom to choose how we stay healthy, valuing one another’s different perspectives, and ensuring that everyone is welcome.

Here’s a closer look at what we’ve collectively achieved – and what’s in store for 2022 and beyond…

A busy year for BiRD

On the achievements of the BiRD initiative, now called BiRD International, we have published papers in peer-reviewed journals; held international meetings and conferences; written to international health authorities about the importance of early covid treatment; provided evidence, witness statements and testimonies to support legal action in several countries;  undertaken much advocacy work in the form of public and online presentations, such as World Ivermectin Day on the 24th July; responded to innumerable requests for medical help from the public; and responded to countless attempts by groups with competing interests to undermine public perception of ivermectin. 

Through a linked initiative called the Ivermectin Approval Club, initially called the Ivermectin Buyers Club, we engaged regulatory consultants from the pharmaceutical industry to assist with our application for ivermectin’s approval to the UK’s Medicines Health Product and Regulatory Agency (MHRA). The idea behind this was to get ivermectin approved in the UK and then despatch it to those in need at a low cost. This approval process is still ongoing and unresolved: with all the evidence on ivermectin, and the swiftness with which the brand-new experimental drugs are approved on so little evidence, who would have thought it would take so long? 

In July, through the Ivermectin Approval Club, we also hired doctors and piloted a Covid Care Clinic for several months, managing to assist many in need of care.  Whilst this clinic was not sustainable, we learned a lot about what was needed, and our experiences have informed the evolutionary My Health Society project – more about this below.

A great start for the World Council for Health

Moving on, The World Council for Health (WCH), established in September 2021, has had a remarkable first four months with the most incredible support and expertise harnessed from all quarters. At the cutting edge of science, medicine and international health advocacy, its transparent and live-streamed meetings with presentations by international experts, have left participants and audiences informed, empowered and connected. Initiatives organized by steering committee members have included monthly Covid Doctors Round Tables hosted by Dr Naseeba Kathrada have inspired and educated international health professionals, panel discussions hosted by journalist and activist Shabnam Palesa Mohamed have helped focus thoughts and energy on ways to ensure that our rights and choices are respected, and more.

December’s Cease and Desist Declaration and Notice of Liability has been pivotal in leading the way to shut down the experimental ‘vaccine’ programmes and to put those involved in delivering and promoting these gene-based therapies on notice. 

Highlights of the last few months have been the WC4H collaborations in-country conferences including the Caribbean Health Summit, the African Health Summit, the Brazilian World Congress, and the International Human Rights Day conference, 10th December. In 2022, we look forward to hosting the first World Council for Health “Better Way” Conference, so do follow our media news about this exciting event. Also, look out for our soon-to-be-launched “Know what’s good for you!” health campaign – helping people to remember what’s good for them!

Introducing a new model for healthcare and well-being

Our latest initiative in development is My Health Society, the new holistic model for good health to be implemented in the United Kingdom in the next couple of months. My Health Society aims to put access to good health back into the hands of healers, health and wellbeing advocates, individuals seeking health support and advice, and communities. My Health Society brings people and communities together to manifest a better, healthier and more connected way of living. Life is a journey and we all need to eat better, live better and laugh more!

Together we’re creating a beautiful future

The experience of the past two years has been life-changing for all of us. But just as the darkness serves the light, adversity serves our evolution. The adversity borne out of this global crisis is a unique opportunity for unprecedented change for good. A rite of passage to the new and beautiful world in which we take responsibility for our wellbeing and that of others. A world in which we remember what it means to be human, what is good for us, and what is good for our planet. 

Thank you for continuing to show your appreciation for our work through your generous donations* of your time and money. Not only has this kept the bills paid, it has helped build a dedicated and resilient team of staff members and volunteers. Rest assured that we will continue to act in the best interests of every man, woman and child of this world for as long as you need us to do so. 

Finally, it is at this time of year that traditionally many choose to make a New Year’s Resolution. I humbly suggest that this year we make it a New Year’s Evolution instead of resolution and undertake to evolve our understanding of good health and, indeed, of life and death itself. 

With much love,

Dr. Tess Lawrie

*With about £150,000 we have achieved all this in 2021, imagine what we could do with more in 2022. Please donate today to empower us to expand on all our important efforts into the New Year.

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