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. 


Help us to ensure the hospital's continuing success, knowing that every penny you donate goes directly to the upkeep of a truly wonderful facility. Your generosity changes people's lives.

So make a change today and Donate Now via our Virgin Money Giving® page. For other ways to help, including committing to donate a few pounds each month, visit Donate


Eye Camp - March 2018   FEBRUARY 10, 2018

We are pleased to announce that our 2018 Free Annual Eye Camp is taking place at the Alma Bi Hospital between 24th - 27th March. Help us to provide the precious gift of sight to those in desperate need. Donate Now.

Sixteen-year-old Ansar was born without sight and the operation required to restore his vision was too costly for his family to undertake. After a successful procedure during one of our eye camps, Ansar gained sight for the first time in his life. 


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

Charity Beginnings (Video)

The Hospital Today (Video)