Rehema has four children ages six to ten years.
Rehema's husband passed away from AIDS nine years ago. Rehema's husband died before he could finish constructing the house that were going to live in. Her dearest wish is to have a house of her own as her family are currently living in a rented room.
Rehema makes a living by making and selling mats. She sells each mat for ush3,000 ($US1.62) and sells between three and four a month.
She always works a plot of her own land. She sells some of the crops she grows and eats some of it as well.
Two of her children - a boy called Kato and a girl called Babirye - are six year old twins. The money Rehema receives is not enough to send the twins to school. She is hoping the money from GrassRootsUgdana.com is enough to get the twins to school.
She also helps to get enough money to afford the medical bills for malaria and a cough that they children often develop.