The Alma Bi Hospital is an amazing place that treats thousands of poor people for free in District Hafizabad, Pakistan. 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 £1million it cost to build a modern hospital in one of the poorest regions in the world. The hospital is funded entirely by charitable donations, mostly through The Alma Hospital Trust in the UK.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
During the holy month of Ramadan, you can do something amazing with your Zakat, Sadaqa or Fitr donations, knowing that every penny goes directly to the upkeep of a truly wonderful facility. Your generosity changes people's lives.
71-year-old Mrs Rahmata Bibi travelled many miles to attend this year’s annual eye camp, with the hope of receiving free medical treatment that her family could not otherwise afford. Through the kindness of charitable local people and generosity of our donors, we were able to organise these life-changing operations, and Mrs Rahmata’s vision is now fully restored in both eyes after three years without sight.
The vibrant and busy Alma Bi Hospital. Without your generosity, none of this amazing work would be possible.