The Latif Kapadia Memorial Welfare Trust
Established in 2007 by a group of admirers of the renowned actor Latif Kapadia, the Trust’s establishment was an act to continue Latif Kapadia’s mission of spreading happiness, even after his departure for the heavenly abode.
Every year more than 120,000+ patients visit LKMWT’s Medi-Health clinics for highly subsidized treatment
The number of patients is increasing every year.
Pakistan’s infant mortality rate is 65 per 1000 live births which is very high. Every year thousands of lives are lost due to the non-availability of proper medical care. In Karachi’s peripheries, medical facilities are either limited or non-existent. Most of the residents of these areas either have to travel long distances to get treatment in government medical hospitals, which are over-occupied, or go to private hospitals the fees of which they cannot afford.
LKWMT’s main focus is to cater to the needs of these members of our society. Our three clinics, situated in the outskirts of the city, cater to the general public who are unable to afford the high fees of private doctors.
We are determined to reach out to cater to these needy members of our society and are committed to improving the services and facilities we can make available to them.