The Alma Bi Hospital operates in District Hafizabad, Pakistan. It's an amazing place that treats thousands of poor people each year for free. It owes its existence to Mohammed Younis (MBE), a remarkable man who spent ten years campaigning to raise the £1,000,000 it cost to build. It's now a unique haven of western medicine amidst rural poverty, serving a population of around 150,000 people.

The work of the hospital is funded entirely by charitable donations - not a penny comes from government. Whilst this ensures its integrity and high standards, it also creates constant pressure to keep the hospital running.

lake district three peaks challenge

Our amazing team of volunteers is taking part in a three peak challenge in aid of Alma Hospital Trust. They are going to be trekking over 3 peaks and 5000ft in one day to help raise funds for the Alma Hospital Trust. Click Here to see the full team list and support their wonderful fundraising campaign.


The vibrant and busy Alma Bi Hospital. Without your generosity, none of this amazing work would be possible.


Your Generosity Changes Lives - Ansar's Story  JUNE 30, 2016

Sixteen-year-old Ansar was born without sight. The operation required to regain his vision was too costly for his family to undertake until his father heard about the free annual eye camp at the Alma Bi Hospital. Click Here to read more.

Annual Eye Camp 2016 - Review  JUNE 21, 2016

At the beginning of March this year, the Alma Bi Hospital hosted another of its specialist Annual Eye Camps, during which patients travelled as far as 200 miles to receive treatment they can't find anywhere else in the country. Our dedicated team also organised a similar event at the end of the month in Kotli Sattian, 30km from Islamabad. Click Here to read more. 

Charity Beginnings (Video)

The Hospital Today (Video)