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BiZoHa Humanist Center is Equipped with Furniture

Posted: Mon, February 06, 2017 | By: BiZoHa Humanist Centre and Volunteers Hostel



by Bwambale Robert Musubaho

Some progress is going on to put things in shape as i plan to open up the Bizoha Humanist Center which will offer several services like internet services, photocoping, hostel facilities, free access to readable literature on Humanism, science & free thought, Soft drinks etc.

I got an office table,computer table,some reception chairs which adds to the list of items to be inside this room.

Today the carpenters added a fascia board at the front face of the building plus some minor works on ceiling skirting.

The facility will offer free accommodation to volunteers coming to work in BIZOHA Projects.Its some sort of reward of saying Thank you for dedicating your time to participate in national building in our journey of combating poverty, disease, hate and irrational superstitious beliefs.



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