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Ali Akbar Medical Centre (AAMC) has functioned very well since 2010-2011 as per its mandate approved by the SECP (Securities & Exchange Commission of Pakistan). It provides basic medical and healthcare services, free of cost, to the poor and the underprivileged classes of the society. Daily average strength of outdoor patients has, by the grace of Allah Almighty, increased to almost 180-200. As a result of good handling and care at the AAMC, followed by good treatment by a qualified doctor, patient feedback is very encouraging. This year, AAKF has spent almost Rs. 2.0 Million (Rupees two million) on renovation, uplift and maintenance of the AAMC Building. This amount was provided by the family itself and no amount was spent out of the donations/contributions made by donors towards Zakat and Sadaqaat. Additionally, arrangements are underway to provide a 10 KVA Solar System for provision of electricity, which is being provided to the AAMC by Dr. Waheed Akbar Khan.

  • Stipends to talented and deserving students at the school, college and university levels.
  • Distribution/provision of cooked meals on weekly basis.
  • Distribution of clothing during summers and winters (including jerseys, pullovers, shawls and blankets).
  • Provision of Qarza-e-Hasna.
  • Distribution of free dry rations to the families of widows on a worked-out scale. The scale of rations is doubled for each family in Ramadan-ul-Mubarak every year.
  • Distribution of meat to the poor on Eid-ul-Fitr, Eid-uz-Azha and few other occasions.
  • Organizing regular ‘eye camps’ and ‘sugar camps’.
  • Providing monetary assistance to enable the poor construct Pukka houses/shelters for their families.
  • Providing monetary and subsistence allowance to poor families to possibly improve their standard of living and/or to start some meaningful work activity to earn livelihood for their families.
  • Providing monetary allowance to contribute towards renovation and
    construction of Masajid in rural areas.