Search This Blog

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

to support our education video

welcome our dear visitors 2

Monday, October 26, 2015

A quick look at Kasese Humanist Primary School - Uganda

Kasese Humanist Primary School stands out from the crowd being the only nursery & primary School that is set up on the foundation of Science embracing Humanist values.
The school is an innovation of Kasese United Humanist Association which was founded by Bwambale Robert Musubaho who has dedicated all his efforts to ensure the school grows to greater heights. His picture is shown below:
The school success has been attributed to the immense support generated from free thinkers, humanists/atheists and science minded individuals distributed in all corners of the planet. Currently the school has a permanent home in Rukoki, Bizoha Campus and the rented structures at the Kasese Railway Station.
The school has very many sections or programs as listed below: Eric Oliver Creativity Club Free thinkers Club The Computer Club Poultry Section Netball & Foot ball Club Science Club Other bigger project initiated recently is the Bizoha Farmland. More information about the school is available online: We are available on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr and the Worldwide web. Below are some of the random pictures about the School Project.
All in all, we thank all the international community for having supported continuously our cause in ensuring Science and Reason prevail in this part of the world. We remain committed to our core aims and objectives in our long journey for a fair, secure and a just world. With Science, we can progress.

Thursday, October 15, 2015

Dispelling misconceptions about Kasese Humanist Primary School

On 9th-11th October this year, I hosted again a crew of Journalists from Kenya who are currently working on a documentary about about Kasese Humanist Primary School in its journey of enlightening the Ugandan people the goodness of free thought and their right to confront world challenges with an approach of Humanism, Science and Reason.
I was chosen by the guys in the media because my projects sound so unique in their set up and I do look to have attracted so much attention from both with local and international circles. All my works are documented online giving any person doubting my works to gather my works and get a platform to assess me, what I stand for and make conclusion whether am on the wrong part or the winning side. The journalist earlier on were hosted to our school and had toured my projects and interviewed me, met with the pupils at both schools and two weeks after they showed interest to come again and finalize gathering of more contents to feature in the documentary showcasing my works.
The journalists spent two complete days with us, on their first day, they spent almost the half day at my home covering all the activities done at the home, knowing more about me, my family, house chores, cooking works and were thrilled to seeing the Happy Human logo on the roof ceiling of each room.
I was interviewed on what it meant and lots of information was gathered and recorded in print, photo and video format. At Lunch time, we visited a local pastor who runs a church linked to the American Evangelicals who happens to have his children studying at our school, he was interviewed about our activities and what he thinks, he gave in his opinions.
There after we moved to Kahendero Fishing village to visit the lake and while at the lake, I did the media Crew visit official and took the bother to notify the Area local chairman about our presence, The chairman was so excited hosting us there, we made simple introductions about ourselves and in a matter of minutes, a crowd of people had gathered around us and what seemed to be a tour turned out to be a meeting.
The Media crew wanted to know what the locals think about Kasese Humanist Primary School since it was identified as a rather successful project standing out from the crowd among secular groups operating on the African soil. The Area Chairman welcomed the project to Muhokya and possibly to his area in more years to come and thanked me (Bwambale Robert) for taking that initiative to bring development to their area.
The locals had some concerns from the rumors that has been circulating within Muhokya and Kahendero areas that the KHPS and BIZOHA are expanding fast because they have funds got from the waters. In other wards in Uganda presently people still think and believe that wealth can be got from performing rituals and sacrifices, we currently have news each other day on radios , newspapers about how people belonging to devil worshippers, illuminati’s have enormous wealth got from the lakes.
I guided the locals that material wealth can be realized only through hard work, getting money has no connection with lakes, waters or blood as speculated by people who are deep rooted in the bondage of religious bigotry who have a feeling that offering sacrifices accompanied by performing rituals can earn someone fortunes.
Humanism is against all forms of magic and superstitious beliefs and there is no reason I may make a UTurn and join again the bandwagon of irrational beliefs including even my former Anglican religion which has elements of spirits, miracles, after lives and rituals in it. Every time one links my works to magic’s or superstitious beliefs is a matter of ignorance. My minds are free from mythical, imaginary sky daddies and any sort of fairies and wouldn’t at any one time embrace them.
I was quizzed by locals why Kasese Humanist Primary School is growing fast each other day and whether the source of wealth is realized the hard way by visiting a lake. I answered back to the locals what my school is, what it cherishes and what it doesn’t. I taught them information about free thought, Science and some basics on human rights freedoms. Through my answers, almost all of them felt satisfied with how I answered their questions, I explained at how I get support from sympathizers and well wishers worldwide who cherish what I do. I however made a thorough explanation about how Science and Religion are incompatible but my issue here was to have mutual interdependence and co existence if we are to develop.
I wished the locals to broaden their knowledge and know more about religions, not their biological ones but even those for others both local and foreign religions.
I explained to them that KHPS is not trying to ban or stop people from practicing their religions as what the school cherishes is not religion itself but a tool that can empower humanity better understand nature and the way it operates. I also send a note to the locals that religious zealots and private school owners in Kasese areas might be the ones behind this smear campaigns about my projects.
On one incident, one influential man of god heading a certain religious sect whom I won’t disclose made a sermon in church and mentioned about how Kasese Humanist Primary School is anti Christ and deserves to be closed. The same person was called by the Media crew to make comments and share views on what the thought are about the school but instead gave a deaf ear and only answered back violently to the Journalists. Any clean and well informed citizen can’t block the people from the media to interview him or her.
All in all, Kasese Humanist Primary School remain committed to its core principles of offering a balanced Education system free from dogma and indoctrination, we shall continue in enlightening the people about the importance of science and free thought, allow people to get exposed to modern technologies and vocational skills in our efforts to make this world a better place. On the second day, the Journalist shot the better Sunday activities done by Kasese Free thinkers Club and met also with some children of KHPS in their family homes.
All in all, I hope to share the links to the documentary once it’s released. I do thank the Journalists for their time, resource and efforts in compiling up data about my works and I do think, once released, it will send some signal and dispel the rumors and misconceptions people have about Kasese Humanist Primary School. All my works are in black and white and any person willing to know more about my projects can easily access them online. The Kahendero Chairman thanked Kasese Humanist Primary School for having thought about extending services to the community of Muhokya and Kahendero and pledged full support now that the rumors turns out to be fabricated and baseless. Attached below are some of the pictures of the BiZoHa Campus
With Science, we can progress

Thursday, September 10, 2015

KHPS acquires a farmland

Kasese Humanist Primary School has acquired a farmland in the irrigation zone of Muhokya commonly known by locals as Rutoke. The land is spacious, with fertile alluvial soils, well connected by a road and located on the banks of River Muhokya. Planting crops in this area does not need one to time the season and changing weather pattern.
The land was purchased some months ago in installments from the former owner and was finally cleared off with funds realized from the sale of one of my cars a Toyota Ipsum which finally helped me clear up this property to nil balance.
I have dedicated to name this property as BIZOHA Farmland in memory of our recent project that has seen the arrival of the orphans at the site. It’s located some few meters from the current BIZOHA site and according to my planning, I intend to intensify on making this land cultivable all year round as it has the potential to provide food crops throughout the year as its well connected to the Muhokya Irrigation Project. I am already a subscriber to the irrigation group where we are supposed to pay one time membership fees which I paid. Farmers in this area normally have water channels connected to their gardens which gardens must have ridges. The water is channeled through these channels and spread through the farmland three times in a week.
The location of our farm puts it at a better advantage to access water at any time we want it since we are located next to Muhokya River. As per my plans, I feel much interested in putting houses on this farmland so that intensive farming is practiced. Presently I have got 3 farm workers who manage it namely Mutwaro, Rogers and a semi skilled farm manager called Bagambe. The land right now has beans which we have started to harvest, bananas some about 2 – 3months to start harvesting, some tomatoes, cabbages, plantains and an array of sweet potatoes.
In our efforts to ensure Kasese Humanist Primary School becomes self reliant at some point, am optimistic that this farmland will supply crops to feed our schools at Rukoki and BIZOHA Campus. It will also spice up our plan to make the Andrea Vogt Roadside Stand a venue where locals and road Passersby can make stop over and purchase foodstuffs that can in turn sustain the entire projects.
If we intensify the farming we can sell off to the ready market for food crop to feed Kasese Town and some nearby towns like Muhokya, Kahendero, Kikorongo and Bwera. On this note, I call upon the international community especially Agronomists, horticulturists or Volunteers with skills in modern farming to join us in our new innovation of ensuring we make the farmland productive.
On the other hand, the existence of this farmland means that the whole property at BIZOHA will only have the orphanage, School, Roadside stand, Clinic, Museum, Coffee shop, Recreation gardens, hostels, a playing field plus some guest houses.
Currently the Orphans housed at BIZOHA are among the beneficiaries of the crops grown on this farmland, they are now eating the fresh beans, tomatoes and plantains present at this farm.
With Science, we can progress.