PFFB - Pakistan Foundation Fighting Blindness

Founded in 1988, the PFFB is an non governmental organization that aims to improve medical research and also provide humanitarian services for the visually impaired in Pakistan. It offers a wide range of services such as Audio World, an audio based learning centre and Darakshan, a skills and training rehabilitation centre for women with disabilities.


Pakistan Foundation Fighting Blindness

Layton Rahmatullah Benevolent Trust

In 1984, Graham Layton and Zaka Rahmatulla established the Layton Rahmatullah Benevolent Trust with Rs. 1 million. The money was used to build and run a mobile-eye hospital in Tando Bago, 250 km east of Karachi. 24 years later, LRBT is now a nationwide network of 16 purpose-built hospitals, with state of the art equipment and 39 primary eye-care centres/outreach clinics in all 4 provinces of Pakistan.


Layton Rahmatullah

Al-Shift Eye Trust Hospitals

The Al-Shifa Trust is non- political, non-governmental, and not-for-profit organization involved in the delivery of high quality eye care services for the past 20 years. The Trust is running  eye hospitals at Rawalpindi, Sukkur, Kohat & Muzaffarabad. They have treated half a million and operated 500,000 patients. 70% patients are provided free treatment.

Shifa Eye Trust

MALC - Marie Adelaide Leprosy Centre

MALC is a non-profit organization that is working on Leprosy elimination, TB and Blindness control and Community Development since 54 years. The organization also helps the needy affected by natural and man-made calamities. MALC has 157 centres across Pakistan's rural areas, and offers services to the patients and communities, free of charge.


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