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Our Graduates

We’re so proud of our graduates for making it to where they are today. They inspire us all through their stories of overcoming adversity and creating a better tomorrow for themselves and those around them.

Thank you from our graduates

Esther Naluuma

Prossy Nangobi

Paul Nangobi

2021 graduates

Joan Muwaguzi
Rachel Mushabe

Nursing specialists

Joan Muwaguzi (left) and Rachel Mushabe (right) are doing a nursing course and are so passionate about it that today when any one of us at home falls sick, they give us first aid.

Esther Kisakye

University Graduate

Esther Kisakye finished university and works with a transport and inter freight company for clearing and forwarding shipments. She sometimes travels to Kenya to handle the clearing of goods.

Brenda Awino

Secondary School Teacher

Brenda Awino is working on a diploma in education and she will become a secondary school teacher. She too, has been very helpful in guiding our young ones as they do their home schooling.

Ruth Bakita

Business

Ruth Bakita is pursuing a diploma in business administration. During the pandemic school closure, she got an opportunity to work at a printing firm, designing logos and printing them on t-shirts and other materials.

2019 graduates

Sarah Adikini

Cosmetology

Sarah Adikini has graduated with a certificate in cosmetology.  She hopes to open her own salon.

Angela Kisakye

Hotel Management

Angela Kisakye now has a diploma in hotel management and catering.  She wants to attend the Institute of Hotel Management and Tourism so that she can become a tutor in the same discipline.

Susan Nabwire

Catering

Suzan Nabwire has graduated with a certificate in catering and housekeeping and hopes to start her own bakery.

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Stories From Our Graduates

This child’s father was forcing her to get married at the early age of 14 years old, claiming he had no money to educate her. Marrying off his daughter would earn him a bride price and it would mean one mouth less to feed in his poor homestead.

She didn’t like the idea, so she ran away from her home village to Town in search of any odd job. She got a job as a housemaid with a large extended family. There she was being mistreated so she came to Rosette asking for the same job. Rosette took her on, but after 3 months Rosette realized the girl was too young to manage 20 other children.

They decided she should go back to school and take a vocational course. She got a placement with Nile Vocational Institute and took a course in cosmetology. She has graduated and works as a tutor with Father Bodewig Vocational Insititute. She got married to a clinical officer and together they have a lovely baby girl.

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Barbra with husband and baby
This child lived with an alcholic and abusive father. Many nights he would come home drunk and beat her or harass her which forced her many times to spend nights at the neighbors or even outside.


The community and local council leaders, concerned about her situation, approached Pearls Children’s Home to help. We took the child in and she has graduated in textile technology from Nile Vocational Institute.

Claire Naula