#ServingHumanity

Our journey began in November 1983 on a small scale by a group of highly motivated intellectuals, social workers, lawyers, doctors, engineers and business executives, who had the passion for philanthropy. In the last 31 years since our formation, Al-Mustafa Welfare Trust® has provided medical care, education assistance, food aid, poverty relief, famine relief and community development in disaster areas, war torn countries and many rural and poverty stricken areas of the world, serving millions of needy and helpless people living in abject poverty and squalid conditions.

Al-Mustafa Welfare Trust® started its operations in the UK in 2007. In a short space of time we have built our reputation and gained recognition by donors in the UK as a charity that is well structured, trust worthy and fully transparent.


Al-Mustafa Welfare Trust® Milestones &
Achievements in its 31 year history

16

Hospitals operating on a 24-hour basis

146

Ambulances operating on 24 hour emergency response

126

Schools primary schools are in operation in three countries

7011

 Hand pumps
installed

110

Community wells
installed

2789

Electric pumps
installed

1591

Agricultural tube wells
installed

173

Water treatment plants
installed

489K

People benefited from our
water project in third world
countries so far

1650

Houses built for flood victims
of Pakistan

5200

Disabled people provided with special provisions

2.5m

People have benefited from our Food Aid Programme

Everyone has a right to standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services

Abdul Razzaq Sajid,  Chairman

Al-Mustafa Welfare Trust® Timeline

2010 - 2011
2011 - 2012
2012 - 2013
2013 - 2014
2014 - 2015

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