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Donate for AMAF

Participate in our journey and help us continue creating a better tomorrow for communities less fortunate than us. A small bit can go a long way.

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The AMAF is a collective that includes medical and non-medical volunteers who share a vision of restoring and providing basic health care for those in need. Our major focus has been on North East Sri Lanka, a country ravaged by three decades of war, economic deprivation and natural disasters like the 2004 Tsunami, recurrent droughts and floods.

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COVID 19 Relief Program

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Our Completed Projects

As a member of the Australian Council For International Development (ACFID),  AMAF has implemented a large number and variety of projects in the past several years. Download a copy of our project booklet yearly.

Projects Implemented in 2021/2022


  • Two haemodialysis units in Kaluwanchikuddy Base Hospital
  • Upgrading cancer facilities at Tellipallai Hospital in partnership with Lions Club International
  • Incinerator and shelter at Mavadivembu Base Hospital Batticaloa
  • Transport ventilator to Arayampathy Hospital Batticaloa
  • Covid-19 projects

Projects Implemented in 2020/2021


  • Establishing Haemodialysis facility in Kilinochchi District General Hospital
  • Setting up a cardiology unit in Mullaitivu District Hospital
  • Orthopaedic equipment at Kilinochchi District General Hospital
  • 200 hospital beds and equipment to hospitals in North East Sri Lanka
  • Covid-19 projects

Projects Implemented in 2019/2020

Orthopaedic equipment for Kilinochi Hospital

The Killinochi Hospital recently opened an Orthopedic department following the appointment of an orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Sutharshan.  AMAF with the help of Rotary Club jointly funded orthopaedic surgical equipment to the value of approximately $200,000. The new Orthopaedic unit will provide valuable service to the people in the Vanni region and the victims of motor vehicle accidents.

Patients who needed to travel to the Jaffna or Vavuniya hospitals for orthopaedic consultation and management, now have access to the same service locally.

incinerator - amaf

Projects Implemented In 2018/2019


As per the World Health Organisation, 15% of waste generated by healthcare activities is “hazardous material that may be infectious, chemical or radioactive”. Hospitals commonly use medical incinerators to dispose of this waste safely. Mahiladitheevu Divisional Hospital generates about 10-15kg of infectious and chemical wastes. AMAF funded the purchase and installation of an advanced gasified incinerator unit that uses minimal fuel, which is now in regular use at Mahiladitheevu Divisional Hospital.

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Postal Address:
33 Llandilo Avenue, Strathfield, NSW 2135

Phone: 1300 990 828

Australian Medical Aid Foundation Ltd

ABN: 91 130 857 715

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