Our Work


Bangrilla Community Hospital

The Hospital was inaugurated on the 16th of March 2016, which is supplying free Medical treatment to the Poors, Widows, Orphans, and those who are eligible for zakat.  The total cost to build the Bangrilla Community Hospital was approximately 40 Million Rupees and around 1.5 Million on Furniture and Equipment.

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Disaster Relief

Mirpur AJK, a 5.8 magnitude earthquake struck on Tuesday, leaving at least 30 persons, including women and children, dead in Mirpur district of Azad and Jammu Kashmir around more than 450 others injured. In this emergency, UWT had fully supported the resident of Mirpur AJK by constructing a house for a homeless family, providing 10,000 liters mineral water along & uncooked food to 100 families, free medication to 400+ patients, and camps have been donated to homeless families.

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Community and Welfare

On October 8, 2005, a magnitude 7.6 earthquake shook the Kashmir region. More than 80,000 people perished as a result of the quake, while an estimated 4 million others were left homeless. UWT donated 2 truckloads of medicines to field hospital run by Al-Dawah, along with the ICU unit at Al-Abbas Institute of Medical Science in Muzaffarabad.

Bangrilla Community Hospital

Fully Renovated to International Standards

Bangrilla Community Hospital has been providing Health Care Services to the residents of Distt. Mirpur for the past 10 years. It is renowned for its excellence, particularly in the 24-hour Accident & Emergency department. Of course, none of this would have been possible without the generosity of donors
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Find out why people love Umeed Welfare Trust

Mr. Irfan Ayub

Derby, United Kingdom

Brilliant hospital with much needed facilities and ample room to expand. Very grateful for having such a place nearby to provide the best healthcare possible and for the locals this is a complete blessing!

Mohammed Nadeem

Parkodi/ Peterborough, UK

MashAllah BCH is improving their services on daily basis. I agree with your above statement. BCH needs qualified and experience medical administrator who will be accountable for all business under takes at BCH. BCH also requires master planning to implement in the future etc. I must say UWT UK and BCH working nicely to provide relief to local and poor community.

Ansar Razak

Derby, United Kingdom

I had the pleasure of visiting and on a separate occasion using the facilities at Bangrilla hospital. I can honestly say it put the NHS hospital in the uk to shame… from entering and being met by the courteous staff on reception to the short duration on seeing the doctor, who act with utmost professionalism. The place is spotless and the facilities are modern. The best part of this facility is it’s run as a charity for the poor and its doing a brilliant job as it’s A&E is open 24/7 – plenty of Duas for the staff and volunteers