Rahab’s Corner Sponsorships
Rahab’s Corner provides each resident with the opportunity to acquire skills whether through primary/secondary/collegiate education or through vocational training (e.g. hair dressing, sewing classes, artistry, etc.). The cost of education/training varies depending on the path chosen by our residents. Whatever the cost, our residents are passionate and hopeful about their futures and need partnerships from people like you to bring their dreams to fruition.
If you would like to sponsor the education or training of one of our residents, please click on their picture below and set up a monthly giving plan to support their needs.
Ramula stays in the village with her mother. She is the second-born among the 6 siblings. She is in senior 2 in New Hope Secondary School. Her mother struggles daily to support her children and faces a big challenge to pay school fees for her 6 children.
Gift is the oldest of four children. Gift lives with her mother and her siblings. She is in Primary 7. Gift’s mother is unemployed but provides hard labor (like digging) for people around the village to survive. Gift loves to learn and thrives in school. Her school fees are paid by Pure & Faultless.
Winnie lived in Wakiso before she came to Rahab’s Corner, and she is now learning the skill of tailoring.
Rashida is a mother of a 3-year-old little girl. Rashida dropped out of school after she could not afford fees. She was found in a slum where she was living with a friend. Rashida has a passion for music, she wants to learn how to play different music instruments. At the moment she is learning to play a bass guitar and drums too. Rashida is part of the music worship team at the Mending the Soul Church.
Brenda was in school up to senior 2 and dropped out of school after she lost her mother. Brenda was picked from the slums where she was living with her brother who was a drug addict and dealer, to earn a living. This exposed Brenda to risks since she would also help the brother in the business. We are helping Brenda with medical and living expenses.
Ruth was living with her grandmother where she experienced some trauma. Pure & Faultless ministries admitted Ruth to Rahab’s corner where she is getting healthy and strong, and has been going through counseling. Ruth is very hard working and is currently learning hairdressing at a salon in a neighboring village.
Sarah joined Pure & Faultless in 2015 and was originally born in western Uganda. Sarah completed some schooling while living with her mom and then moved to an aunt’s home and eventually a slum.
Sarah is an assertive, hardworking woman with a high self-esteem. She has completed a sewing program and is designing and selling her fashions. Sarah is supported financially by Pure & Faultless.
Pasquina came to Rahab’s Corner to receive counseling and life skills. She is a refugee. She grew up with a stepmother. She suffered different abuses but despite all this she an intelligent and organized girl who loves to knit and has a loving heart for children. Pasquina is currently in school to become a nurse.
Fazira came to the Kampala area to look for a job. Unfortunately, she lost her way and Pure & Faultless stepped in to help. She is safe and happy. Fazira is humble, shy, and obedient. She is learning hairdressing at a salon in a neighboring village.
Raneah is the daughter of one of a resident named Rashida. Both of them were picked from a slum in 2017 and are being supported by Pure & Faultless. Raneah started attending preschool in February 2019.
Linette is starting secondary school this year. She joined Pure & Faultless ministries in 2015 when she was living with an elderly maternal grandmother. Linette is jovial, talkative and playful.
Sawuya is a primary 7 student in school. She was living in a slum where she was living with her mother and her siblings. In 2015, Pure & Faultless ministries realized the potential in Sawuya and took her under their care and support up to now. Sawuya is jovial, open minded and youthful. She wants to be a pilot one day.
Darren grew up with her parents until she lost her father at 7 years old. Darren’s mother asked a friend for help, which didn’t work out and Pure & Faultless stepped in to help in 2015. Darren currently lives with her mother and siblings and will attend secondary school next under the care and financial support of Pure & Faultless.
Diana grew up with her paternal aunt and her husband. Since 2015, Diana has been cared for by Pure & Faultless and she is about to start secondary school. Diana is intelligent, jolly and open minded and wants to become a lawyer so that she can stand and fight for children.
Penninah currently attends a secondary day school while living with her aunt. She came to us from a slum where she was living with her mother. Peninnah is intelligent, self-driven and focused. She dreams of being an accountant one day.
Justine is a senior 4 in boarding school. Pure & Faultless offered to help in 2016 when Justine was found in a slum where she was living with her single mother. Justine is a humble, softspoken, and smart girl.
Natasha will soon be attending secondary school. Natasha was living with her single mother and later gave Natasha to her sister who was living in a slum to help Natasha with education. In 2015, Pure & Faultless ministries offered to help Natasha. Natasha is determined, hardworking, passionate, self-driven and loves to study.
Prisca is a straightforward zealous girl who is also very honest with her emotions. She is currently learning the skill of tailoring and doing very well.
Hanifah is soft spoken and lovely. She was raised by her single mother. Her mother did her best to provide all the basic needs and education up to secondary level where she got stuck and could no longer raise full school fees. In 2017 Pure & Faultless offered to help with residential support, together with counseling and school fees.
Joel and Jovia
Joel and Jovia are in primary 7 class in boarding school and are supported financially by Pure & Faultless.