Africa Amini Alama is a registered not-for-profit organisation in Austria and a registered charity in Tanzania.  We have branch offices in Germany, Switzerland and the US.

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 in 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.

Across the whole medical facility, our team, led by Dr Christina Wallner and Dr Cornelia Wallner-Frisee, now treats over 20,000 patients per year.  Our patients are first seen at the Health Centre and treated with conventional medicine and then in turn referred to the Healing Centre.   We believe this holistic approach to health care better serves our patients and the community in which we live and work.  For more information about our facilities, read on.