About Robinah

Born: February 2007

Robinah is a young girl from Northern Uganda, an area devastated by civil war and the LRA. Robinah’s father passed from HIV/AIDS when she was a young girl leaving her mother alone to care for seven children. Robinah’s mother is ill and sent her to live with her grandmother who struggles to provide for her basic needs.

Now at Calo Me Lare “Village of Redemption” Robinah is safe, has nutritious meals, attends school, has access to medical attention and receives spiritual/character mentorship.

Robinah wants to become a nurse so she can help her mother and others who are ill.

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Robinah (U130)

Lira, Uganda

Northern Uganda has suffered through 25 years of war due to the insurgency of Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army. The unrest has destabilized the region for decades prohibiting it from developing an infrastructure to support its people. As a result of this war, and the ongoing epidemic of AIDS and malaria, there is estimated to be over 3 million orphans in Uganda. Project Hope Worldwide’s work in this region has involved establishing an orphanage, schools, a medical clinic, vocational training programs, and local churches to support the people.