Africa Amini Alama is a registered non-profit association in Austria, with a branch office in Germany and a charity in Tanzania.

It was founded as a private initiative in 2009 by the Austrian Dr. Jur. Dr. Med. Christine Wallner and has been maintained throughout the years with the support of her daughter Mag. Dr. Cornelia Wallner-Frisee.

Africa Amini Alama is located in Momella, the north of Tanzania, in the Arumeru district of Arusha – Maasai and Meru country – at 1 550 meters of altitude between Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru.

Since its inception, Africa Amini Alama has launched a range of projects dedicated to health care, education, social care, tourism, and agriculture. Each single project is carried out on-site by a local team and supervised by Africa Amini Alama on a long-term basis.

The literal translation of "Africa Amini Alama" means "Africa, symbol of trust".

The Africa Amini Alama Medical Center was opened in May 2010 and now consists of two hospitals: the conventional Health Center and the complementary Natural Healing Center.

Dr. Jur. Dr. Med. Christine Wallner and Mag. Dr. Cornelia Wallner Frisee deal per day with around 150 patients from the most diverse areas of Tanzania. Ever since, 20000 patients have been provided.

Each patient is first treated by conventional medicine and will then be transferred to the Healing Center.

As part of the National Social Security System, for every treatment we have to ask for one Euro from the patient, which then will be passed on to the Tanzanian tax office.

All patients who cannot afford this fee receive from us an insurance card, which enables treatment free of charge. This insurance costs us 7 Euro and enables a family of six people to be insured for an entire year. We are fundraising for this purpose. [codeword insurance card]