A Young Robot Forced To Flee Home
Robogee, whose name stands for robot-refugee, is the world’s first mascot of hope for the refugee community.
We created a comic strip to tell her story and educate people about the life of a refugee. Her story is based on the real lives and experiences of young refugee engineers living in Lebanon.
You can follow Robogee's journey here.
Invented by a Refugee Robotics Team
Robogee is a real robot engineered and named by Team Hope in 2016. The team competes globally, and recently won the largest robotics competition in the world.
Robogee and Team Hope have attracted international fame, getting picked up by The Guardian, The Washington Post, Al Jazeera, Now This and Buzzfeed.
Narrated by the Real Experiences of Refugees
The encounters written about in Robogee’s story are based on the real life experiences shared with us by members of Team Hope.
“It's my pleasure to show the world the abilities of refugees wherever they are, and especially the abilities of girls in technological developments.”
Brought to life by MAPs
We are Multi-Aid Programs (MAPs), a refugee-led NGO. Based in Lebanon, MAPs is revolutionizing what refugee education and livelihood looks like through its internationally acclaimed robotics team, innovative education programs and economic empowerment opportunities.
We provide education for more than 3,000 children and vocational training programs for youth and adults.