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Progress on Kasese Humanist Secondary School — Opens February 6th

Posted: Wed, January 25, 2017 | By: Kasese Humanist Secondary School



by Bwambale Robert Musubaho

Roofing works on the Halton Peel Humanist Community classroom is in high gear and my roofer is telling me he will be accomplishing his work this Friday.

Special thanks to the Halton Peel Humanist Community based in Canada for the generous support you extended to my project, the funds reached safely in Kasese and now building works is in motion.

After roofing, i will do the plastering, flooring, shuttering and painting works. The classroom will be used by Senior Two pupils when we open up the school soon.

On a related development, painting works on the Musubaho, Pellissier Science Classroom and the Brighter Brains classroom is in progress. Am also steadily working on slabbing these classrooms, so far one of them done.

Attached are the images on the progress so far reached.

With Science, we can progress.



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