53rd Free Eye Camp
April 4, 2021
This is a precautionary measure taken against the COVID-19 as part of the regulations issued by the Government of Punjab.
However, Iqbal Eye Block will remain open to cater to our patient's treatment - complying with SOPs.
New health and safety measures
This is an unprecedented time in our history. The COVID-19 pandemic is having an impact on the health of our loved ones, and the way we live our daily lives. As we, all continue to navigate through these unique and evolving challenges, we want you to know that ABMDP is here for you.
Whilst it gives us all encouragement that Pakistan is coming out the other side, there is still a great deal of uncertainty about when we will start opening up again. As we get a better understanding of when we will re-start operating, we will let you know but rest assured your wellbeing remains our highest priority.
Coming together as a Community
In the last few months, we have seen generosity and kindness, intergenerational support and solidarity, and remarkable fortitude. It is during times like these that courage and generosity and resilience make a difference.
Thank you for your support
Above all else, we would like to reassure you that the health and wellbeing of our patients and volunteers always has been, and always will be, our number one priority.
We know many of you are under stress and that some of you are facing significant hardship. We are working on finding helpful resources that will meet your needs and make a difference for you. Our commitment to you will not waver.
Thank you for the trust you place in us every day. We greatly appreciate your ongoing patience and understanding as we work through this together – and please stay safe.
A committed family of volunteers - A place to grow together and learn
We choose forward.
We choose inclusion.
We choose growing together.
Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Mareezan Denmark Pakistan (ABMDP) also known as Patient Welfare Society Denmark Pakistan
– registered with Government of Punjab (Regd. #: DSW(Pb) 82-1764) – came into existence as a non-Governmental, non-Commercial, non-Profit, non-Political, non-Religious and non-Sectarian Welfare Charity
Organization in 1982 and based in Dina (District Jhelum), Pakistan to
stand against illiteracy and extreme poverty of the most vulnerable and poorest people.
4 out of 5 people
who are blind don't have to be
Since 1991, ABMDP has provided sight-saving surgery, eyeglasses, medicine, and other eye care services to thousands of needy people in underserved communities of Punjab, Pakistan. You can free someone from blindness for only £50!
“We thank you for your continued support.
It means ever so much.
And for that - we are forever grateful.”
"Without doubt our work would be impossible if not supported by the Pak-Danish and Pak-British communities. They have consistently put other before themselves. Over the years, hundreds of people have come forward to volunteer both time and finances. And, because of this, tens and thousands of people have been helped. Whether in the field or behind the scenes, I know that we are celebrating this milestone because of you."
Haji Mohammad Iqbal
At a Glance
53 Free Eye Camps – mainly held every March and November.
170,000+ Patients examined and received free eye-care support.
16,500+ Patients succesfully operated and eyesight restored.
Embraced By Many
“I always believe that it is really the action that matters. That words are no substitute for action. as Abdul Sattar Edhi said, ‘Things get done by doing them, not by talking about them’.” “There are people living in Copenhagen originally from Dina. They are prepared to get involved, invest money and…”
Dr. Anwar Nasim
Molecular Biologist & Geneticist
“Saach yeh hai kay in logoh ki lagan aur ikhlass ne Dina ka naam duniyaa mein roshan kar diya hai”
“Mein Denmark kay pakistaniyo ko b mubarakbad ka mustahik samajtha hoo ke wo iss ajar azeem mein iss anjuman ke…”
Mohammad Zameer Jafri (Late)
World Renowned Poet
Upcoming Free Eye Camp (# 54) - In Sha' Allah
Sunday, March 6, 2022
Primary Health Centre, Iqbal Eye Block, G.T. Road, Dina
Date subject to change. Kindly check back.
ABMDP, again staying true to tradition, is committed to arranging a Free Eye Camp every March and November.