It’s been 16 years since Rahab Uganda started a residential children’s shelter that mainly provides after-care services to child victims (between the ages of 9 -18 years) of CSEC and TIP.

The outreach program at the shelter has reached up to 15,000 children and has fully served up to 339 girls over the years. The shelter is located in Kasangati Gayaza.

The shelter has continued to offer holistic services, including accommodation, both formal and informal education, medical services, psychosocial services, and trauma healing services.

Formal Education and Non- formal Education

Girls are given an opportunity of building a competitive approach, create a social atmosphere, learn and understand through accessing comprehensive, high-quality basic education in formal, non-formal and other alternative education programs, ranging from early childhood education to primary school, secondary school, university, and vocational education.

Formal Education Statistics

Girls Graduated from University
Girls Have Been Graduated at Vocational and Tertiary
Girls Have Been Supported Through Primary and Secondary
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