Sister Freda and Richard Robinson
Sister Freda Robinson and her late husband Richard were so touched by the poverty-stricken people of Kitale, Kenya that it prompted them to build a hospital/medical clinic for those who could not afford care. They then noticed that many children were not given the medicines prescribed that had instructions, “Take with food,” because they had no food to eat. Therefore, Sister Freda began a feeding program and school for the children of the area. They currently feed around 100 kids every week. In addition to the feeding program and medical clinics that are held in surrounding villages, Sister Freda is busy running a college of nursing that trains bright young men and women to earn a living in the nursing profession. Her biography is the subject of Darlene Sala’s book, Heart of Compassion, Hands of Care, available at our bookstore, and through Amazon.