Rahab Uganda is a Ugandan registered NGO, registration No 5082, founded in 2005, that works with a specific mission of rescuing girls and young women affected by sexual exploitation and human trafficking and empowers them to proactively engage in personal transformation. Rahab Uganda envisions a nation where girls are valued and their self worth upheld, through a rescue, rehabilitation and reintegration model. For 15 years now, Rahab Uganda runs a residential childrens’ shelter that mainly provides after care services to child victims of Commercial Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking in Persons; such as accommodation, both formal and informal education, medical services, psychosocial services and trauma healing services. Other Skilling and empowerment services such as tailoring and fashion design, hairdressing, adult literacy, child-care and early childhood development services among others are extended to both minors and adults at the drop-in centre.