Many teenagers, still in high school, are homeless in the Appalachian hills of eastern Kentucky.
Why? When they turn 18 years old, many parents kick them out of the house (or trailer). Parents don’t receive government benefits for children 18 or older, so the kids are frequently booted… Continue Reading
The entire school community forwards their great thanks to Brighter Brains Institute and its partners through your office sir as far as the input done in education and health/medical support for service delivery in uplifting the widows’ aided school… Continue Reading
Solar Cookers offer great advantages to rural Uganda. Here’s a list of benefits:
1. Solar cookers can prevent the rapid deforestation that is presently taking place - Uganda is on pace now to be completely deforested by mid-century. Traditional stoves require burning firewood or charcoal, obtained in rural areas… Continue Reading
Kanungu Humanist School recently joined Brighter Brains Institute’s consortium of humanist schools in western Uganda. Kanungu is the 9th humanist school we’e supporting, and the 6th we have “converted” in the last year.
Robert Magara - director of the school - approached BBI with his wish to transform the… Continue Reading