The Hashim Welfare Hospital in Village Pindi Hashim, Pakistan, is a combined project of two charities, in the UK and Pakistan, founded by Dr Idrees Awan.
The core objective of the charity is to provide high quality, accessible health care with a focus on the poor and needy.
The foundation stone for Hashim Welfare Hospital (HWH) was laid on 9 April 1999 in Pindi Hashim, a rural village in Pakistan between Islamabad and Lahore and the first patient was seen on 1 June 2003. The founding charity, Hashim Welfare Hospital Appeal (HWHA), is based in the UK and the Hashim Welfare Association (HWA) is running the hospital in Pakistan.
The core objective of the charity is to provide high quality, accessible health care with a focus on the poor and needy. Thanks to your support, since we saw our first patient in June 2003, we have treated nearly 645,000 people.