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“Orphans of Ruwenzori: a Humanist Perspective” published by Bwambale Robert Musubaho of Uganda

Posted: Sat, July 16, 2016 | By: Humanism



Bwambale Robert Musubaho is an Ugandan biological science graduate, a humanist and educationist. He’s the founder and director of Kasese United Humanist Association, a community organization in Western Uganda that embraces the humanist ethos, and engages in local developmental activities.

His organization operates a free thought library, two primary schools (Kasese Humanist Primary School and BiZoHa Humanist Orphanage School), a nursery school (BiZoHa Humanist Nursery School - Kahendero), and a botanical garden. His schools can be viewed here, here, and here.

His great passion is to help children and youths attain basic education and vocational skills to help them achieve self reliance.

Brighter Brains Institute (BBI) has published his first book - Orphans of Ruwenzori: A Humanist Perspective.

The book is an autobiography of his life as an orphan, his realization that he was a humanist, and his career setting up schools to help other Ugandan orphans and vulnerable children. The problems caused by religions in Uganda, especially in the Rwenzori area, are scrutinized and critiqued.

The book can be purchased at BBI’s “market” webpage HERE for $5 US.

The book was edited by BBI Board member Karen Zelevinsky, the cover was designed by BBI Board member Alex McGilvery, and Bwambale Robert Musubaho is also a member of the BBI Board.

BBI’s Mission is to promote humanism in Africa by building and supporting humanist schools, clinics, and orphanages.

All profits from the ebook sales go to Bwambale Robert Musubaho.



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