The Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie had adopted children from nations all over the world to join their “rainbow” family. And now Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are planning to adopt a child from Burma and preferably a girl.

The couple had been seeking help from one of the country’s leading monks to plan a safe trip to an orphanage in Burma.
She is always offer to help troubled nations including Republic of Myanmar and Burma, which she thinks is the ideal countries to adopt another child.

The source said:

    “Angelina feels she is barely making a dent in the suffering she sees throughout the Third World as she travels incognito to different countries as a United Nations representative.

    “She wants to step up her action in what she calls Red Alert areas, the most seriously troubled, war-torn areas in the world.
    “She’s in talks to go into Burma and help with students and AIDS victims who are suffering terribly.”


She recently said: “Ever since I was about 12, I’ve always wanted to adopt – I don’t know why. We want to have a big, big family.”

The actress and her boyfriend already have adopted four children, eldest son Maddox from Cambodia who was adopted five years ago, an Ethiopian girl, Zahara two years ago, Pax Thien from Vietnam early this year. Their biological child Shiloh was born last year.