• More than 200 girls have been reached but a few selected to be in the home
  • Currently 7 are in primary school,6 in secondary school,2 undergoing vocational training ,4 are in university about to complete,5 recently graduated from vocational training school, acquired own property/home in kasangati where the girls reside now fully owned farm land
  • Academic excellence and talent development
  • Girls have been nurtured into confident individuals with several of them taking up leadership positions in their schools
  • A smoothly running home that provides accommodation during rehabilitation
  • A Drop-in-centre that started in february 2012 and has recorded 77 girls visiting in the previous seven months.
  • Drop-in-centre finds accommodation for three girls through a pilot project started in 2013
  • Drop-in-centre adds two vocational programmes eg hair dressing & mandazzi baking.
  • Several partnerships have been established with other organizations and individual members of society
  • Some of the resettled girls are successfully holding jobs
  • Former Rahab girls are working with similar target groups in other organizations
  • Some of our girls are gainfully employed with one of them sponsoring other girl’s education