The lives of many girls and young women have become hopeful, and their shattered dreams are being restored after attending Rahab Uganda’s after-care services.
Survivors are engaged in a number of rehabilitation services that restore their self-esteem and provide trauma healing that makes them emotionally healthy and advances their well-being following their rescue. Irrespective of the beneficiaries’ level of education, they are empowered with economic and entrepreneurial skills that make them quite competitive in the labor market. They establish businesses that provide economic independence and long-term livelihoods while reducing re-exploitation and abuse.
This accomplishment is recognized with a graduation ceremony, a fun-filled day that honors and awards certificates of completion in recognition of the skills that were successfully empowered and learned over the course of a year. The beneficiaries showcase their expertise and products made out of the skills they learned and also share a meal with their parents, guardians, caregivers, staff, Rahab Alumni, and other invited or selected stakeholders.