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Kanyenze Women’s Group (list of members)

Posted: Wed, July 19, 2017 | By: Kanyenze Humanist School

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Kanyenze Women’s Group has 16 women in their group.

They are seeking funds to open up a hardware store - profits will enable help them pay teacher’s salaries at Kanyenze Humanist Primary School.

Brighter Brains Institute is presently writing grants to provide funding to the numerous women’s… Continue Reading


The Nyakiyumbu Widows Association (list of members)

Posted: Wed, July 19, 2017 | By: Nyakiyumbu

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​Brighter Brains Institute is presently writing grants to seek funding to help the women’s groups that we’re associated with.

Below is a list of all the members of the Nyakiyumbu Widows Association. They need funds for food, farming, pigs, school tuition, clean water, and classroom construction.

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Pumpkins are Growing in Buhanga!

Posted: Wed, July 19, 2017 | By: Mother Givers Humanist School

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​by Masereka Sebastian

Our pumpkin project has shown fruits, i can say within 3 weeks we shall start harvesting and feeding children with some pumpkins..

We extend sincere thanks from Buhanga women and children to those who donated towards this pumpkin farm.

This farm has survived drought… Continue Reading


BiZoHa Humanist Center - sign is finished

Posted: Mon, July 17, 2017 | By: BiZoHa

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​The sign for the BiZoHa Humanist Center has been installed and painted.

The project, entirely funded by the Brighter Brains Institute, will elevate humanism in the awareness of everyone in western Uganda. The BHC is located on a main highway connecting Kasese to Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Funds from… Continue Reading


ALCOR-CLINIC REPORT PREPARED ON THE 11th/JULY/2017

Posted: Sat, July 15, 2017 | By: Past Projects

This is a concise report showing cases of patients experienced from the 21st March to 9th June 2017 in the Nyakiyumbu Orphanage Primary School Clinic. My records indicate that the rate of patients gradually reduced as compared to previous terms. We hope that it’s because of the sensitization carried out… Continue Reading






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