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Joy Women’s Group Thanks Sponsors for Condoms, Praises Humanism

Posted: Tue, November 07, 2017 | By: Women’s Empowerment



The women members of Joy Women’s Group appreciate Brighter Brains Institute for funding them money to purchase condoms. These condoms will help to control high birth rates among married and single women. They will also help to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases to some of us who like sex.

I have attached 4 photographs about condoms.

Joy Women’s Group is located in Nyamwamba East cell,Nyakasanga ward,Nyamwamba division in Kasese Municipality- Uganda.

What Joy Women’s Group like about Humanism

First of all humanism promotes life saving behaviors like the use of condoms to control the spread of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases. This means humanism intends that a person’s life is very important as opposed to some religions who think that god protects people from contracting HIV/AIDS.

Humanism allows a person to have control over his own behavior. It promotes freedom of choice, self-direction and making one’s own choices leads to a progression of personal growth and a more positive view of oneself. Stressing that anxiety is a motivating force for change, the Humanist believes that the change will result in a more independent and complete life.

A person’s goal is to appreciate life, to assess his purpose in life, and to accept this purpose. Death should not concern the Humanist, since death only is an end to a complete life.

That we can live good lives without religious or superstitious beliefs and that we only have one life.

Humanism promotes environment care, human rights e.g right to good education; it prohibits war in favor of peace etc.

Humanists like to help the needy like vulnerable children, women and the disabled etc. They can also empower them with skills to help them have good life in this world.

Thanks Sincerely,

Mbambu Lavina (Chairperson, Joy Women’s Group)



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