Ad-Din Foundation was established in 1980 with the aim of supporting the underprivileged majority of Bangladesh. Its first project was building an orphanage in Jessore. During its thirty-seven years with development, Ad-Din has expanded its existence of diverse projects in several parts of the country. Ad-Din’s current projects include hospitals in Dhaka, Keranigonj, Jessore, Kushtia, Khulna and Postogola; Medical Colleges in Dhaka, Jessore, Keranigonj and Khulna; Nursing College in Dhaka, Nursing Institutes in Dhaka, Jessore and Kushtia and a Medical Technology Institute in Jessore. There are also Mobile Eye clinics, Maternal and Child Health Project, Prevention and repair of obstetric Fistulae a plus Project, Integrated Health and Microfinance Program including Health Insurance. Ad-Din hospitals were established with the aim of providing affordable quality care. Ad-Din’s chain hospitals are now recognized as centers of excellence acclaimed for their quality, affordability and patient friendliness. The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh accorded approval to Ad-Din Women’s Medical College (AWMC), Dhaka in 2008, Ad-dinSakina Medical College (ASMC), Jessore in 2012, Bashundhara Ad-Din Medical College (BAMC), Keranigonj, Dhaka in 2013 and Ad-dinAkij Medical College (AAMC), Khulna in 2013.
Ad-Din is trying to secure excellent teaching facilities and a dedicated team of faculty members some of whom are authorities in their own disciplines. Given the resources at its disposal, Ad-Din continues to develop outstanding medical graduates who are both excellent in their clinical practice and equally conscious about their social obligations.