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BiZoHa Orphans Receive Clothes from Sponsors

Posted: Fri, October 07, 2016 | By: BiZoHa Orphanage, School, Humanist Centre, Volunteer Hostel



b​y Bwambale Robert Musubaho

I today dished out clothes to some girl orphans who are part of the hostellers at the Bizoha Campus. The cloths are part of the routine works In our commitment to ensure the children under our care access basic needs which is a great requirement to all humanity.

Special thanks goes to Greg Burnett who donates monthly US$25 which normally helps in purchasing of scholastic items like toothbrushes, toothpaste, exercise books, Soap, Skin Smearing jelly, breakfast escorts, sandals and clothes.

In a related development Hank Pellissier donated funds to the children he sponsors at both the Bizoha Campus and Rukoki and were utilized in buying a school bag, some clothes, a pair of shoes to mention but a few.

At Kasese Humanist Primary school, we ensure each donation goes to its intended use and we remain committed to our core values of promoting evidence based learning, free inquiry and a balanced quality education free from dogma or indoctrination of any kind.

Special thanks to Hank Pellissier and Greg Burnett for the generosity you extend to helping out Uganda children access education and be happy always.

I will be shopping for boys soon since we live in a world of Equality and Gender Balance.

More about our school project is available online at http://kasesehumanistschool.webs.com

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