Superstions discarded and doubted in BBI’s Cameroon partner - due to Critical Thinking workshop

Posted: Sat, February 24, 2018 | By: Critical Thinking

Screen_Shot_2018-02-24_at_6.56.58_AM.png by Samuel ESARDEF is community based not-for-profit organization in Buea, Cameroon in Sub Saharan Africa. We all hail from vulnerable forest communities where living conditions remains deplorable, but we all hope for better improvement in living conditions thru developmental initiatives that will lead to vibrant and sustainable livelihoods for all… Continue Reading






BBI seeks to help refugees created by Boko Haram terrorism

Posted: Mon, February 19, 2018 | By: Nigeria

Screen_Shot_2018-02-19_at_11.47.15_AM.png Brighter Brains Institute is seeking to help Nigerians in the northeast of that nation who have been displaced by Boko Haram attacks. Our partner in this is Mustapha Bello, who works with ENDS (“Every Nigerian Do Something”). He sent us the following information: “Internally Displaced Persons have fled their homes… Continue Reading


BBI partners in Nigeria post “End the Almajiri System” posters

Posted: Mon, February 19, 2018 | By: Nigeria

Screen_Shot_2018-02-19_at_10.36.20_AM.png ​Brighter Brains Institute is presently working with partners in Nigeria to send the Almajiri system. Mubarak Bala, one of our partners, printed hundreds of posters calling on Nigeria’s president to make a campaign promise to send the Almajiri system. The posters are being displayed in numerous cities throughout Nigeria especially… Continue Reading



BBI partner in Cameroon combats superstition with knowledge gained via Critical Thinking workshop

Posted: Sun, February 18, 2018 | By: Cameroon

Screen_Shot_2018-02-24_at_6.56.58_AM.png ​by Samuel ESARDEF is community based not-for-profit organization in Buea, Cameroon in Sub Saharan Africa. We all hail from vulnerable forest communities where living conditions remains deplorable, but we all hope for better improvement in living conditions thru developmental initiatives that will lead to vibrant and sustainable livelihoods for all… Continue Reading


Another Report from Kanyenze Humanists on what they learned from the Critical Thinking Workshop

Posted: Fri, February 16, 2018 | By: Critical Thinking

Kanyenzi_Womens_Group.JPG KANYENZE CRITICAL THINKING WORKSHOP AT KANYENZE HUMANIST PRIMARY SCHOOL The workshop started at 10:30am and ended in the evening at 5:15pm. It was facilliated by Loice Ngunguro (director of Kanyenze Women’s Group) and the Headteacher Mr. Julius. 33 participants were trained inclding primay six and seven pupils. During the training,… Continue Reading



Piedmont High School artists send Portrait Paintings to Orphans in Uganda, plus Money

Posted: Wed, February 14, 2018 | By: Uganda

Screen_Shot_2018-02-14_at_7.55.37_AM.png ​Piedmont High School art students painted portraits of orphans living in Buhanga, Uganda—and had them delivered directly. The process went like this: Brighter Brains Institute (BBI) - which is located in Piedmont - offers orphan sponsorships on its webpage https://www.brighterbrains.biz/orphans/. Photos are posted of the orphans that need tuition sponsorship… Continue Reading



Critical Thinking and the African Identity

Posted: Sun, February 11, 2018 | By: Critical Thinking

Screen_Shot_2018-02-11_at_7.10.26_AM.png By Leo Igwe I start this piece by stating emphatically that if lack of critical thinking or inability to apply one’s common sense to issues is what makes one an African, then I am not an African. I say this – and I really mean it. That I hereby renounce… Continue Reading



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