Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Mareezan Denmark Pakistan also known as Patient Welfare Society Denmark Pakistan (PWS) is a
non-Governmental, non-Commercial, non-Profit, non-Political, non-Religious and non-Sectarian Welfare Charity Organization
estabished in 1982 and based in Dina (District Jhelum), Pakistan. It
is run by a small group of very dedicated volunteers. Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Mareezan Denmark Pakistan is registered with Punjab Government (Regd. No. DSW(Pb) 82-1764).
Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Mareezan Denmark Pakistan is first and foremost organized to:
Offer a comprehensive eye care program with medicine,
vaccinations, training, equipment and nutrition counseling
In a nutshell, Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Mareezan Denmark Pakistan wants to join - and lead - others in helping the world see. One way we achieve
this goal is by giving the Gift of Sight to needy people in Pakistan. We at Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Mareezan Denmark Pakistan do many
things to achieve this lofty ideal. However what we achieve, depends on the funds we manage to raise. As
Muslims, it´s our responsibility to help the poor and needy and we must all bear that burden. So
don´t turn your back, help in whatever way you can:
Small gestures can make a world of difference to another person !
If you would like to contribute to our organization in any way, you can contact us by clicking here.
May Allah bless more and more people in contributing to such a vital cause.
Our Aims & Objectives
Other aims and objectives shall be:
- 1. Foster social development for the purpose of improving life quality and delivery of better health care, without regard to
race, color, creed, sex or age.
- 2. Advance the interests of social relief work and social welfare organizations
- 3. Institute ways and means to cooperate with other medical and social welfare organizations in Pakistan and abroad
- 4. Participate in medical relief and other charitable activities both in Pakistan and abroad
Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Mareezan Denmark Pakistan has since its existence (1982 E.C / 1401 A.H.) done all possible efforts to uplift the moral values of the patients by ie.
arranging basic tasks such as transport to own Camps and other far-flung medical facilities for eye-operations.