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PIMA Relief

Pakistan Islamic Medical Association (PIMA) was established in Oct, 1979. Since its inception PIMA has been striving to achieve its goals in professional and training of doctors, calling its members and associates towards Islamic way of life through its regular Dawah and training workshops and seminars. PIMA played a significant role in enrichment of professional skills through regular hands on workshops to meet the requirements of the country in particular and of international community during wars, disaster and peace.


The International Islamic Relief Organization (IIRO) of Muslim World League (MWL) has distributed seven million riyals as dues for its sponsored orphans in the Republic of the Sudan, from which 11,331 male and female orphans were benefited. During a ceremony prepared for this occasion, the officials at the Saudi Embassy in Khartoum and the orphans' relatives have expressed appreciation to the Organization and the Saudi people for their diverse aid to the poor segment all over Sudan.

HHRD(Helping Hand for Relief & Development)

HHRD Emergency Relief efforts have been under way in Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) countries for the past several years. Our immediate presence following that Haiti earthquake along with our food program assistance for the needy in Mexico, and more recently our earthquake assistance in Ecuador have all made way for continuous relief efforts in the region.

Pak Trust

Pak Trust is a registered British Charity with Charity Number 1113301, established in March 2006. was established as a direct result of the devastating earthquake in Pakistan and Kashmir in 2005. A group of London-based professional family members, friends, relatives and supporters were spurred into action by the earthquake. Our original mission was to provide emergency relief and assistance to the earthquake victims.

FIMA Save Vision

FIMA Save Vision is a project of Federation of Islamic Medical Associations (FIMA) and a non-profit, voluntary, non-government, community-based organization. FIMA is an international coalition of twenty-five National Islamic Medical Associations fighting disease and suffering in their respective countries. Operating on the global scale, FIMA leads, aggregates and coordinates the efforts of the member IMAs. FIMA has consultative status of ECOSOC of United Nations. FIMA Save Vision also have signed a document of Project Collaboration Agreement with WHO - EMRO for the period of five years.

Hamida Yousaf Welfare Hospital

Hamia Yousaf Welfare Hospital

Hamida Yousaf Welfare Hospital is known widely for its social exercises. This hospital is providing top notch medical services and uninterrupted treatments to countless people. If you are looking for an immediate help with great affection this hospital is the best option to chose. Being partner with POB Trust, This amazing institute has helped us a lot in delivering quality services.

Saeed Educational & Health Trust

aeed Educational & Health Trust is not a new name for the people. The most vigilant institute working days and night to make a difference for the fellow countrymen. Cure with care is the slogn of the team here and team do every possible effort to make sure they stand proudly with their slogan. Many people in grave need have come to this place and they have been attened by the finest doctors.

Al-Khidmat Foundation

Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan is one of the leading, non-profit and independent organizations, wholly dedicated to humanitarian services. Though Alkhidmat Foundation officially registered in 1990 as an NGO, it has an extensive record of public service, going as far back as the creation of Pakistan. Providing shelter, feeding and treating refugees, and rescuing victims has always been the hallmark of Alkhidmat Foundation. -

UKIM (UK Islamic Mission)

UKIM (UK Islamic Mission)

The UKIM started its work by addressing the immediate religious needs of the new migrant Muslim community in the UK. This included establishing mosques for worship, catering for the religious education of children, organising religious and community functions, and producing basic literature on Islam in English. The UKIM also worked to educate the Muslim community on how it could participate fruitfully and contribute positively to the moral and spiritual betterment of wider society within which they had made their homes.



Akhuwat was established in 2001 with the objective of providing interest free microfinance to the poor so as to enhance their standard of living. Drawing on the principles of social justice and brotherhood, Akhuwat strives to alleviate poverty by creating a system based on mutual support in society. To this end, Akhuwat has adopted microfinance as its operational strategy with the loans being offered in accordance with the doctrines of Qarz-e-Hassan. Akhuwat levies no interest on its loans, operates through religious places and seeks to inspire and harness the spirit of volunteerism in society.

British Pakistani ophthalmic society

British Pakistani Ophthalmic Society

British Pakistani Ophthalmic Society is a forum for Pakistani Ophthalmologists and Allied Ophthalmic health professionals working in United Kingdom. Aims of the society is to provide its members the opportunity to interact socially and academically.