The Masroor Eye Institute is under construction in Burkina Faso, West Africa.
Burkina Faso is bordered by Mali to the north, Niger to the east, and Cote D’Ivoire (Ivory Coast), Ghana, Togo, and Benin to the south.

Welcome to Masroor Eye Institute


The institute is being constructed by Majlis Ansarullah UK – an auxiliary organization of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community for men of age 40 and over.

The name “Ansarullah” is an Arabic expression meaning “helpers of Allah.” It is taken from a verse of the Holy Qur’an, “And when Jesus perceived their disbelief, he said, ‘Who will be my helpers in the cause of Allah?’ The disciples answered, ‘We are the helpers of Allah. We have believed in Allah. And bear thou witness that we are obedient”
Āle`Imrān Chapter 3, Verse 53

All Ahmadi Muslims who are forty years of age or over comprise the general body of ‘Ansarullah.’ Majlis Ansarullah, like the main body of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – to which it is subordinate – is a non-political, religious and spiritual organization.

Majlis Ansarullah UK has taken active participation in helping the people of Africa to undergo specialist eye operations.

Members of the Majlis have donated funds to carry out over 21,000 operations.

Why Burkina Faso


Burkina Faso – West Africa

A Project of Majlis Ansarullah UK

Beloved Huzoor’s guidance to establish an eye institute in Burkina Faso will not only be beneficial for the population of Burkina Faso but also be advantageous for the countries surrounding it – Mali, Niger, Benin, Togo, Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast).

The prevalence of blindness is estimated at 2% of the population or 340.000 people. According to the rapid survey of Avoidable Blindness conducted in 2011, 8% of people over 50 are affected by blindness and 17% live with low vision.

Neglected tropical diseases such as trachoma and river blindness are major health problems in Burkina Faso.

It’s estimated that 16 million people are at risk of contracting one or more of these debilitating diseases which, if left untreated, can lead to blindness

Facilities & Resources

The Masroor Eye Institute

Proud to provide the best facilities to the people of Burkina Faso.


Institute Facilities


  • Lobby/Reception
  • 2 Operating Theatres
  • Pre & Post Operation Areas
  • Pre Outdoor Prep Room
  • 8 Bed Ward
  • 6 Private Rooms
  • 250 Seat Auditorium
  • Multiple Waiting Rooms
  • Pharmacy Opticians Section
  • 6 Consultation Rooms
  • Canteen
  • Ample car parking space
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2

Operating theatres

Hospital Bed
8

Bed Ward

Auditorium
250

Seat Auditorium

medical hostory
6

Consultation Rooms

Operation Theatre
2

Private Rooms

Sadqa Jaariya

Millions of people, including children, are suffering with an eye disease called “Cataract”. They are at the risk of blindness if not cured in time.
How you can take part in this great Sadqa Jaariya?
  • Donate £50 and save one person from blindness. Make his/her life enlightened.
  • Setup a regular standing order for the running costs of the institute. Your monthly contribution will have a big impact.
    (standing order forms are available at the front desk).
  • Donate £5,000 and have your name, or the name of your dear loved ones etched in the institute’s Lobby to benefit from continuous prayers. You will be invited to the inauguration ceremony.

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CONTACT INFORMATION


The Masroor Eye Institute (Burkina Faso) is a project of Majlis Ansarullah UK. You can contact us here in the UK and we will normally respond within 48 hours at the latest.