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Anti Superstition/Witchcraft Campaign Project 2016

Posted: Fri, October 07, 2016 | By: Kasese Humanist Primary School



by Bwambale Robert Musubaho

Project start date: Begins 12th October – 12 December

Project outline:

Definition of Superstition

Definition of Witchcraft

Identifying different superstitious practices in our communities

Identifying atrocities committed in the name of witchcraft: child sacrifice, witch hunt accusations, ritual murders of human or animals.

Dangers of superstition.

What can be done to combat these practices?

A mention about Humanism & Humanist principles

Using Humanism to enlighten people about dangers of witchcraft & superstitious practices.

Other activities in relation to the project:
Printing my Book: Orphans of Rwenzori, A Humanist perspective to be distributed to the humanist schools in Kasese.

Printing of Leo Iggwe’s Book, No God, No savior to be distributed to the humanist schools in Kasese.

Printing of banners, posters warning people against superstitious practices

Sponsoring programs or talk shows on some local radio stations.

Holding several debates at the Kasese Humanist Schools on topics of Witchcraft & Superstition.

Project Designed by: The Management of Kasese Humanist Primary School.

Funded by: All people worldwide who say no to witchcraft & Superstition

To donate to the success of this project: chip in some donation so that we achieve our goal and we unleash the misconceptions and ignorant thinking deep rooted in our people.

Here is the link https://www.gofundme.com/NoWitchcraft

With Science, we can progress.



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