Welcome

The Alma Bi Hospital is an amazing place that treats thousands of poor people each year for free. The story of the hospital and its founder, Mohammed Younis (MBE), is, simply put, the story of a local postman from Hertfordshire, UK, who spent 10 years of his life campaigning to raise the £1,000,000 it cost to build a modern hospital in one of the poorest regions in the world, Hafizabad, Pakistan.

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.

EYE CAMP MARCH 2017 - 10TH ANNIVERSARY

It's that time of the year again, and we are pleased to announce that our 10th Free Eye Camp is taking place at the Alma Bi Hospital between 23rd - 26th March 2017

If you would like to help us to provide the precious gift of sight to those in desperate need, Donate Now via our Virgin Money Giving® page. For other ways to help, including committing to donate a few pounds each month, visit Donate.

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

LATEST NEWS

Eye Camp March 2017 - 10th Anniversary  FEBRUARY 11, 2017

It's that time of the year again, and we are pleased to announce that our 10th Free Annual Eye Camp is taking place at the Alma Bi Hospital between 23rd - 26th March 2017. If you would like to help us to provide the precious gift of sight to those in desperate need, Donate Now via our Virgin Money Giving® page.

Lake District Three Peaks Challenge  JULY 22, 2016

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. 


Charity Beginnings (Video)

The Hospital Today (Video)