Education
Healthcare
Sustainability
Human Rights

United Towards the Benefit of Mankind!

Our ultimate goal is to give access to the underserved.

Our mission, unchanged since 2002, is to promote the well-being of women and children throughout the world.

People without access to good water.

Undernourished people in the world.

Children are out of school.

Will You Join Us?

End Bullying
Make the World a Better place for us All
Feed the World

“My goal

Malini Saba


is to help one billion people around the world gain access to basic healthcare, provide education and opportunities that allow people to break the cycle of poverty, and educate people on human rights issues,” Ms. Saba says.  “These basic life necessities that many of us take for granted will empower under-served people to greatly improve their lives and their children’s lives.”

About Anannke Foundation

Ms. Saba launches her new foundation, Anannke Foundation, to serve as the umbrella organization for all of her philanthropic works globally. The foundation’s three areas of focus are healthcare, education and human rights. Malini Saba has undertaken numerous projects previously including: partnering with Stanford Medical Center to train physicians from developing countries; distributing preventative health information on HIV/AIDS, immunizations, gastric and reproductive health; providing vocational education for women in Togo, West Africa; and supporting human rights issues around the world.

End Bullying for Good.

Make a real change in someone’s life. In 2018 we launched an Anti-Bullying campaign. It must be stopped through education, instruction, training and discipline.

Thank You to Our Partner

Aman Movement

Anannke Foundation is proud to announce partnership with the Aman Movement to bring about change on prevention & eradication of bullying.
Together, we will also advance our projects on the Empowerment of Women.
Aman Movement is a civil reformist movement for eradication of ragging in India. The movement is led by Prof. Raj Kachroo.
It is named after Aman Satya Kachroo, a 19 year old medical student, who died in 2009 because of ragging.
The Movement has since developed into a research facility for improved management of Social Sector programs of governments of India.

Help Us with Our Efforts!