Learning is not confined to the classroom. At our schools we encourage outdoor learning. Today our learners took to the field and studied about lakes, its importance, economic activities on our lakes, problems facing fishing sites, types of fish caught in Lake George and the… Continue Reading
Lily Rice, an anthropology researcher from Cambridge University who is currently putting up at the Bizoha Volunteers Hostel at the Bizoha Humanist Center today visited the Kahendero Fishing village and Kahendero Humanist School.
“Forgiveness” is a subject of contemporary scientific research by psychologists, neurologists, physicians, and international mediators, who are intrigued by the virtue’s multiple benefits. It is increasingly clear that individuals and communities who ‘let go’ of their grievances move forward with healthier lives.
Thanks very much to ohe team of friends from Piedmont for all this effort to put up for us on ground a classroom During construction of this classroom, there were a quite number of challenges which led to its delay. Among others some of them
Brighter Brains Institute has recently established “benchmarks” for humanism in the schools we sponsor in Uganda, to guarantee that the students (and faculty) successfully learn about humanism. The idea was initiated by Anthony Pinn, a new Board member at BBI. Many of the specifics were suggested by Bwambale Robert Musubaho,… Continue Reading
Lily Rice - a scholar from Cambridge University in the United Kingdom - is writing her PhD dissertation on humanism in Uganda. She will be visiting and interviewing several of the humanist schools that Brighter Brains Institute is supporting.
Below are the answers that Masereka Sebastian (Secretary of Buhanga… Continue Reading