The Kanungu Women Empowerment Centre sincerely thanks our beloved generous humanist funders for your continued support which is really fundamental to the social sustainable development of women families and their children.
Its on the activity plan that every woman member of our groups will be followed up in… Continue Reading
A new, more beautiful sign has been constructed for the Kanungu Humanists Association and Kanungu Humanist School.
Kanungu is located in south-east Uganda, near the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. Brighter Brains Institute has helped this school with emergency food funds, a community garden, a tilapia pond, and support for a local… Continue Reading
Below is the November 2017 calendar of the Kanyenze Women Group.
Brighter Brains Institute’s new policy is to ask all humanist community’s to provide a calendar of there humanist activities, so that we can be assured that humanism and other educational ideas and activities are being instituted at the organizations… Continue Reading
The women members of Joy Women’s Group appreciate Brighter Brains Institute for funding them money to purchase condoms. These condoms will help to control high birth rates among married and single women. They will also help to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases to some of… Continue Reading
by Lily Rice (Board member of the Brighter Brains Institute)
Two years ago I travelled to Uganda, for my first experience of carrying out research on humanism and other non-religious movements here. Since I first came to Uganda in 2013, I have been intrigued by the role of religion… Continue Reading
During the month of October, the following activities progressed; village level sessions for participatory selection of micro projects to be engaged in by women households with project support, follow upon groups, village level sensitization for community members on Domestic Violence, human rights and roles of… Continue Reading