Our objective is to provide humanitarian assistance and protection for the most vulnerable in our society, especially women and children, by generating funds and awareness and by supporting the fight against HIV and AIDS. We also aim to foster tolerance between different ethnic and religious communities, to promote conflict resolutions and peace projects and to provide a voice on behalf of those who have none for themselves.
Myanmar, November 2013
The support of the Princess Inaara Foundation, in partnership with Ein Herz für Kinder, enabled PSI Myanmar to save 328, 100 children under the age of 5 from Pneumonia and 206,225 children from Diarrhea between 2010 and 2013. Under this program, also 306 Doctors and 1,387 Community Health Workers could be trained in the early diagnosis and provision of pneumonia care and treatment and 18,101 pneumonia awareness health talk sessions have been held to inform nearly 170,976 care givers in the remote areas of Myanmar about the deadly diseases.
24th August 2013, Leipzig
Sensational money-raising: 1 million € in a single evening
6th GRK Golf Charity Masters in Leipzig sets again a new record in donations by raising 1 million Euros. With donations totalling to 3.05 million Euros, this event is the most important fund-raising event for golf in Germany.
Myanmar, November 2012
This short video explains the Pneumonia Project for children under five in Myanmar, initiated by the Princess Inaara Foundation and supported by Nobel laureate and Myanmar’s democracy icon, Aung San Suu Kyi. Broadcasted on the German TV channel ZDF on the 15th December 2012 as part of the TV Charity Gala “Ein Herz für Kinder”( A Heart for children).
The Begum visits the country formerly known as Burma, November 2012
This trip leads us to one of the poorest and least developed countries on Earth: Myanmar – formerly known as Burma. The Princess Inaara Foundation (PIF) has been cooperating with its local partner, the renowned American NGO People Services International (PSI) for two and a half years to achieve an ambitious objective: to fight the greatest health risk to children under five years of age in this country. They mean pneumonia.
Myanmar, 7 November 2012
Begum Inaara met with Nobel Peace Prize winner Daw Aung San Suu Kyi (MP), leader of the opposition party National League for Democracy (NLD) and the chairperson of Parliamentary Committee for Rule of Law.
Myanmar, 6 November 2012
The small boy from Dr. Myo Myint Aung’s practice lives in this village with his parents, together with some 10 other families.
Myanmar, 6 November 2012
More than 40 families live here. An important aspect in the fight against pneumonia is educating adults.
Myanmar, 5 November 2012
Dr. Aye Aye Mu, the general practitioner of the PSI’s networks, has been running this small clinic for many years with great dedication to help residents of North Oakkalapa Township. She has been achieving high curing rate among approximately 25,000 patients she treat every year – 70% of whom are women and children.