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Atheist Community of San Jose Clinic sign - delivered to Kanyenze Humanist Primary School

Posted: Mon, December 12, 2016 | By: Kanyenze Humanist Primary School



by Bwambale Robert Musubaho

I today had a brief visit to Kanyenze School, one of the schools in western Uganda showing interest in adopting humanism and its associated ethos and values in their day to day running of their school.

I moved in my usual Toyota Corolla 88, escorted by my friend who is a native of Kisinga. At 10:40 AM i was already in Kaberere trading centre in Kyondo Subcounty where i left my car.

Was received by Jinani Bwambale, The School Director of this school who took us to the school.Upon reaching the school, i was welcomed by the School Treasurer who received me very warmly. I had a brief chat with him in regard to why i had visited and some few inquiries about the school.

The reason of the visit was to deliver the Sign for the Clinic courtesy of Atheist Community of San Jose who are currently helping out in buying medicines for pupils at this school next term.

There were no children at the school as the children right now are in holidays.

All in all, i salute the Atheist Community of San Jose for supporting the clinic at this school. the medicines are very vital in ensuring the health of children and the teachers at this school is in order.

Attached are some of the images of my visit.

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