Her Royal Highness Princess Srinagarindra Mahidol

was born on Sunday 21 October B.E.2443 [A.D.1900] in Nonthaburi Province. Her given name was Sangvalya. She was the daughter of Phra Janok Choo and Phra Jonani Kham. She was presented to Her Royal Highness Princess Valaya Alongkorn Krom Luang Bejraburi Rajasirindhorn to be at her service. She graduated from the Midwifery and Nursing School at Siriraj Hospital in 1916. In 1917, she was given a scholarship by Her Majesty Somdech Phra Sri Sawarindra Boromarajadevi Phra Phanwasa Ayiga Chao to further her study in nursing in the United States of America, first at the Emerson School in Berkeley, California, where she studied English. The following year she continued her study at North West in Hartford, Connecticut. .....read more

The Princess Srinagarindra Award

The Princess Srinagarindra Award

One Princess Srinagarindra Award is conferred annually upon an individual registered nurse or registered midwife or group of registered nurses or group of registered midwives who have made a significant contribution, through direct care, research, education or management, within the nursing or midwifery profession and/or for the development of the nursing or  midwifery profession. 

Lastest Awardee

Associate Professor Pauline Peter MELLA, 73 years old, a nurse midwife from Tanzania, has enormously contributed to the development of nursing profession in Tanzania since her graduation, 


Dr. Rose Jaele NDLOVU76 years olda nurse-midwife from Zimbabwe, has made significant contributions to the development and advancement of nursing and midwifery services that has impacted positively in the lives of people within Zimbabwe and the East, Central and Southern Africa Region.

The Announcement for the Princess Srinagarindra Award 2015


We are pleased to announce the call for the nomination of nurse or midwife for the Princess Srinagarindra Award for the year 2015.

The 2015 Princess Srinagarindra Awardee delivers speech


On 23 October 2015, Associate Professor Pauline Peter MELLA , Nurse from Tanzania and Dr. Rose Jaele NDLOVU,  Nurse from Zimbabwe who recently received the Princess Srinagarindra Award for 2015,  delivered a speech at The Thailand Nursing and Midwifery Council.