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What is next for graduates in Uganda?


In Uganda, 36 survivors are ready to spread their wings after finishing their vocational training and graduating from community care late last month.

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36 survivors smile, dance and cheer after graduating

An inspiring group of girls graduated last month including 17-year-old Tracy.

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Special food packs and a weekend excursion


The work of rescue and reintegration in Uganda is thriving. Already this year, over 100 children have been rescued and started their paths to freedom in our projects across the country.

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A dark journey: how child marriages can lead to human trafficking

After her 15th birthday, Mina entered a child marriage - the start of a long, tough road.

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School reopenings to “greatly” protect kids in Uganda


Uganda's schools were closed for nearly two years, creating ugly, unintended side effects for kids.

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Survivors with abusive families smile again

Each survivor's resilience is a near-miracle given their history.

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Destiny Rescue’s record-breaking year


The milestone is thanks to rapid expansion across our project nations.

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Survival situations: hope wins for the most-traumatised survivors

Some Ugandan girls have had their lives flipped upside down, like losing both parents, yet they remain resilient.

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Words from Hope and Rosie


Survivors in Uganda share about their journeys into a new life of freedom.

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Explore Uganda part three: Child brides and stopping trafficking

Child exploitation takes on many shapes in the nation, but Destiny Rescue is fighting back.

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