Ugandan Orphanage Gets New Caregiver

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New Mom Welcomed into Wando Int. Babies’ Home

The Wando family is growing!

Wando International’s orphanage, called the “Babies’ Home,” is home to 21 beautiful children.  Each of them was rescued from either a dangerous and deprived environment or from altogether total abandonment.

Bringing these children into a safe and loving home is our top priority, which is why we place caregivers, or foster mothers, to be in the home full-time.  Mamas and Aunties work together to provide a clean, safe environment where our little ones can grow up and be nurtured like they deserve to be.

Allow us to introduce you all to our newest mama, Ms. Nakato Robinah.

Mama Robinah.

Mama Robinah is 37 years old and is from the Musoga tribe.  She speaks three languages and has extensive experience working previously as a foster mother at Kidron Children’s Home in Uganda.

Robinah started as a full-time mama with Wando International at the beginning of this December.  So far the children and staff have been receiving her well and the children have already warmed up to her kind and gentle spirit. 

We are so blessed and happy to welcome her into our family.

To learn more about the children in our home and how to help through child sponsorship,

Go to:  http://wandointernational.org/ways-to-help/sponsor-a-child

By |2017-05-11T15:13:34+00:00December 28th, 2016|Africa, Orphanage, UGanda, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Ugandan Orphanage Gets New Caregiver

About the Author:

For over 10 years Elizabeth has dedicated herself to serving others getting involved with outreach in her local community as well as international volunteer work in Haiti. In 2014 she learned of Michelle Huo’s work with Wando International to empower vulnerable women and children to shift the course of their lives. After taking her first trip to visit Wando’s projects in Uganda Elizabeth joined Michelle in 2015 to help her achieve her vision. Now Elizabeth is working to help students in third world countries like Uganda learn the skills that businesses and Non-Profits around the world want and need. By strategically partnering these students with SMB and Non-Profit organizations, they become empowered to lift themselves out of poverty while organizations benefit from increased revenue generation.

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