Brighter Brains

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BBI purchases Pigs for Nyakiyumbu Widows Association

Posted: Sat, August 19, 2017 | By: Nyakiyumbu


​Brighter Brains Institute has purchased pigs for the Nyakiyumbu Widows Association, a collective of 64 women in a small village in Uganda, near the Congo border.

Piggeries are viewed as a great potential business, because they breed quickly.

In background of the photo below is “Piedmont Classroom” - a building… Continue Reading

Buhanga receives gifts from their friends in Australia

Posted: Thu, August 17, 2017 | By: Mother Givers Humanist School


by Masereka Sebastian

Many items were delivered to Buhanga Yesterday, theee were 13 parcels received from post office delivered by Meredith and Kerry Mills:

children telescope, binocular, magnifying glass, and teaching resources as skeleton, rulers, chenille sticks, min lego sets stickers, ball game, knitting, table tennis, puzzles, solar system model,… Continue Reading

BBI launches “BiZoHa Women’s Empowerment Center”

Posted: Sun, August 13, 2017 | By: Women’s Empowerment


​Brighter Brains Institute has launched its first “Women’s Empowerment Center.” Our intention is to raise the social and economic status of women in Uganda - gender equity is required by our humanist principles.

The director of the Women’s Empowerment Center will be Ngabirwe Phiona, head teacher at BiZoHa Orphanage Humanist… Continue Reading

Nyakiyumbu Widows receive $220 from BBI for Piggery

Posted: Sun, August 13, 2017 | By: Nyakiyumbu


​Brighter Brains Institute has donated $220 to the Nyakiyumbu Widows Association, for the group to purchase pigs.

BBI has been supporting the activities of the Nyakyiyumbu widows for three years. We have sponsored a clinic at the Nyakiyumbu Widows Orphanage School, and we’ve provided funds for food, classroom construction,… Continue Reading

Acculturation Tools for Rwenzori Sub Region, Uganda

Posted: Thu, August 10, 2017 | By: Misc./BBI

by Moses Muhindo Kibalirwandi and Assistant Professor Adrian Rwekaza Mwesigye

The ethnic conflicts in Rwenzori Sub-Region in Uganda have greatly impacted the socio-economic development hence causing backwardness for the Region. Acculturation is a term implying cultural change or transformation. Culture contacts are acculturation tools to enhance prospects for post… Continue Reading

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