Our humanitarian interventions in North Eastern Nigeria is focused on the following thematic areas.
We aim to improve lives by providing support services for primary schools to help improve the teaching and learning experience through our high-quality learning centers which are equipped with books, computers and trained teachers.READ MORE
In the area of food security and livelihoods, Inara Foundation distributes in-kind commodities and made small cash transfers to IDPs, especially those in IDP camps in Borno, Adamawa, and Yobe states with a view to alleviating the suffering.READ MORE
Inara Foundation was invited to the Westminster Group Annual reception at the House of Commons Uk, yesterday 9th September 2019. It was great to meet with a few Members of Parliament Including Helen Grant MP.READ MORE
Our economic empowerment initiatives are focused on women affected by the conflict in North Eastern Nigeria. Some of the funding we have received from donors have been used to train women on operating and managing small enterprises.READ MORE
Inara Foundation also operates a center for children with special needs which aims to provide tailored education to each child based on his or her ability, with the sole aim of maximizing the children’s potential regardless of the degree of disability.READ MORE
The founder of Inara Foundation Mrs. Aisha Umar was invited to speak at CAREED conference at University of West Scotland. The University recently hosted the fourth Annual Centre for African Research on Enterprise and Economic Development (CAREED) Conference within the School of Business and Enterprise.READ MORE
The Anchor Borrowers’ Programme, ABP was launched by President Muhammadu Buhari on November 17, 2015 and is intended to create a linkage between anchor companies involved in the process of selecting key agricultural commodities and small holder farmers.The focus of ABP is to provide seed to farmers and cash to grow the crops. This will help to boost production of the select commodities and make sure there is constant supply of the commodities to the agro processors.The programme targets farmers who produce cereals (Rice, Maize, wheat etc.); Roots and Tubers (Cassava, Potatoes, Yam, Ginger etc.); Tree crops (Oil palm, Cocoa, Rubber etc.);READ MORE
MEET THE FOUNDER
Aisha Waziri Umar
Aisha is the founder of Inara Foundation. She is a Legal Practitioner, Notary Public and social entrepreneur with over 20 years experience across multiple sectors including law, education, banking, public sector policy and civil society.
We have a team of passionate individuals who are driven by the zeal to provide succor to the people in the communities we serve.
Social Media Strategist
Information Technology Consultant
WHAT OTHERS SAY
I learned how to use the computer today in school. I want to be a Doctor when I grow up.
I cannot afford to send my children to a private schools because we have lost everything to the insurgency. My children go to government school. Inara Foundation has brought what only the children of the rich enjoy to government schools. My children now learn something good in school. God bless Inara Foundation.
I used to sit at home as a housewife and manage what my husband brings home before now. He is a mechanic and doesn't earn much but he is very hardworking. Inara Foundation has giving me money I used to start my petty trade. I sell groundnut oil, maggi, onions, vegetables and other things to the women around. I am now able to support my family. Thank you Inara Foundation.
I was a university graduate looking for job, Inara foundation gave me the opportunity to earn a living while doing what I love. I love teaching children, it is a way to give back to my community.
Ms. Mercy John
Inara Learning Centre Teacher
Economically Empowered People