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Sponsoring a child at our school made easy

Posted by Bwambale Robert Musubaho on April 7, 2019 at 3:35 AM Comments comments (0)

SPONSORING A CHILD MADE EASY, 15$ Each month keeps a child in school.

Our new item of paying termly or choosing to help a student for a term is at 44$ , $44 pays for Tuition, Books, Supplies, Uniform, Lunch, and Clinic.

Its now easy to sponsor a child for one term at 44$ which actually means for 15$ monthly payment can keep a needy or orphaned child in school.

To learn more, copy and paste this link in your browser 


The school currently have 3 campuses :

- Rukoki Campus which has Nursery, Primary & secondary section with an enrollment of 241

- Bizoha Campus Muhokya offering Nursery & Primary education with an enrollment of 325

- Kahendero Campus offering Nusery & Primary education with an enrollment of 182

To Sponsor a child at our Rukoki campus, copy and paste this link in your browser 

To Sponsor a child at the Bizoha campus and Kahendero campus, visit the Brighter Brains website.


Address: Kasese Humanist School

P.O.Box 58 Kasese - Uganda

Telephone: +256785195561

Official email: [email protected]

Happy New Year Greetings from Kasese Humanist School

Posted by Bwambale Robert Musubaho on January 14, 2018 at 12:25 AM Comments comments (2)

Its yet a new year 2018 which actually is our eighth year as we serve in teaching Ugandan children.

We have been waiting for results of Primary seven candidates who sat their final exams in November last year. We had a total of 25 pupils in the class and i am happy to report that all of them have qualified to join secondary school education. The outcomes were as below:

  • 2 passed in Division One, 17 in Division Two and 6 in Division 3

On a special note, i thank all the generous supporters and well wishers plus the parents for supporting the school. I also salute my teaching staff for the dedicated work they have rendered inspite of the challenges we continue to face.

The generous supporters who help sponsor some of our children also deserves some thanks. The financial resources which come into the school has helped me immensely to aid me in proper running of the school projects.

A point should be noted that our schools is strategically placed in areas with people with low income, highly impoverished and with record traces of orphans where most of their parents could have succumbed to the deadly HIV/AIDS, poaching and diseased because of poor nutrition and living conditions. 

I encourage those sponsoring to continue doing so such that these children continue to benefiting from our service. We also have several children on our sponsorship scheme and most of them right now are in Kahendero and the Rukoki school.

Sponsoring a child transforms lives, it creates a balanced world where the less fortunate can also get chance to be in school and compete with the priviledged. For DAY SCHOOLING annual fee is at 130$ US  while FULL BOARD is at 260$ US.

Donations can be redirected to our school through:

  • Atheist Alliance International
  • Brighter Brains Humanist Action Coalition
  • Humanist Canada
  • Alternatively, donations can be sent to me direct via User Remit and world remit which is instant.

This year, we hope to strengthen on what we already have as in boosting up income generating activities for the school.

  • Mobilising for more pupils to enrol in our schools.
  • Fence up all our schools
  • Add more furniture and equip our computer rooms , vocational classes, work on dusty class rooms by cementing them.

With Science, we can progress.

Yours in free thought,

Bwambale Robert Musubaho


Kasese Humanist School gets a donations page on AAI website

Posted by Bwambale Robert Musubaho on December 27, 2017 at 1:15 AM Comments comments (0)

Kasese Humanist School is a long time partner and friend to Atheist Alliance International, a friendship that has lasted a life time since the conceiption of the school project courtesy of Kasese United Humanist Association.

The school has grown over the years now to 3 different campuses at separate locations on our own properties. The schools are:

  • Kasese Humanist School Rukoki - Nursery/primary/secondary education.
  • Kasese Humanist School - Bizoha Muhokya - Nursery/primary
  • Kasese Humanist School - Kahendero - Nursery/primary

Donation Page: 

Go to the AAI website and click on the Campaigns page, select Kasese Humanist School and donate to our initiative.

Your support is highly valued and will be put to good use. Thank you,

Bwambale Robert Musubaho


Kasese Humanist Schools

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Child Sponsorship Rates for 2018 at our schools

Posted by Bwambale Robert Musubaho on December 18, 2017 at 12:35 PM Comments comments (0)


The child sponsorship scheme is a project initiated in the early years when we opened our school and over the years scores of children have attained assistance as in fees payment by generous child sponsors worldwide.

Most of the sponsors are individuals who have a strong love and passion for helping out our children from needy or vulnerable homes, others are orphans while some are just from polygamous homes.

Some of the beneficiaries have not only got tution paid but also getting new uniforms, pens and pencils, shoes or even clothes. Some lucky ones have got assorted gift items while some families of children have received start up loans, gifts or even food from generous donors.

This coming year 2018, we made a slight change on the tuition fees for day scholars and those on full board. The rates are as below:


  • Nursery/Primary School Day scholar         Annual tuition 130 $US
  • Nursery/Primary School  Full Board          Annual tuition  260 $US
  • Secondary School Day Scholar                Annual Tuition  130$US
  • Secondary School Full Board                   Annual Tuition  300$US


These can be made via the Brighter Brains website on their Donation page, then choose an item worthy your preferred sponsorship.

  • Direct through our bank account in Kasese, ask for details from us, they are available on request.
  • Through Atheist Alliance international website, on their donate page, then choose our school project.
  • Through Humanist Canada


Contact us on our school website and we shall get back to you in the shortest possible time.

Wishing you Happy Holidays and a Prosperous New Year 2018

With Science, we can progress

BiZoHa Orphanage project

Posted by Bwambale Robert Musubaho on May 27, 2015 at 11:20 AM Comments comments (0)

BiZoHa Orphanage Project is a new project courtesy of Kasese Humanist Primary School together with 3 active fellows at the Brighter Brains Institute based in the United States.

The project is located on a 7 acre stretch of land belonging to Kasese Humanist Primary School, in earlier years this land has been used for crop farming.

"Bi" is for Biba Kavass, an award-winning Memphis high school teacher in economics. Biba started the first high school KIVA group in Tennessee, and her students are soon publishing a book titled "Microfinance in Action."


"Zo" is Zoltan Istvan, a journalist who writes regularly for Motherboard VICE, Huffington Post, and other publications.

"Ha" is Hank Pellissier, director the the Brighter Brains Institute.

The Orphanage Director is Bwambale Robert Musubaho, The Proprietor of Kasese Humanist Primary School.

The project is an initiative of the Kasese Humanist Orphans in conjunction with the 3 active fellows at the Brighter Brains Institute.

                                                                        BiZoHa Hostel to shelter some few orphans

Orphans will soon be moved to BiZoHa - from Muhokya, Kahendero (fishing village on Lake George), and Kasese (provincial capital), however the just completed hostel will shelter a maximum of 16 orphans but plans are underway to put in place a school to offer a balanced education to young people from nursery to Primary classes, this dream will come to reality upon construction of classrooms on this property so that children of Muhokya, Kahendero and the entire region gets served.

                                                             Dr.Bruce Chou classroom ( one of the many classrooms to shelter the children while learning)

The director of BiZoHa - Bwambale M Robert - was orphaned himself at the age of five. He worked his way through high school as a barber, and subsequently received a university scholarship, where he matriculated in Biology. He is the author of the book, “Orphans of Rwenzori - a Humanist Perspective. ”


BiZoHa Orphanage will be economically self-sufficient in 1 year. This goal will be achieved by selling corn, beans, cassava, peanuts, and lettuce grown on its farm, and by selling drinks at a roadside stand, on the adjacent well-traveled road.

To follow updates on BiZoHa, follow updates on the Facebook page of Kasese Humanist Orphans at https://www.facebook.com/kasesehumanistorphans


Or at the Brighter Brains Institute website http://brighterbrains.org/

Kikoy Dress for Uganda Orphans

Posted by Bwambale Robert Musubaho on November 11, 2014 at 9:05 AM Comments comments (0)

The School Director, Kasese Humanist Primary School (Uganda)  in conjunction with the Director of the Brighter Brains Institute (USA) is conducting a charity drive aimed at getting to the Orphans within Rwenzori region Kikoy dresses.

The dresses are being made locally from locally available Kikoy cloth Material and are sewed by Mr Safari & Nyasubiri who are both widower and widow respectively.

A sample of the cloth made is shown below:

The cloth costs US$ 12, proceeds from this are distributed as below:

The kikoy dresses cost us $6.50 in materials and labor.

Another $1.50 is spent on transferring/ wiring fees.

Delivering dresses to orphans costs about $1 per dress.

The remaining $3.00 per dress cost will be donated to the 34 orphans of Kasese Humanist Primary School, to help pay for their tuition, meals and rooming.

To get a glimpse at some of the orphans at Kasese Humanist Primary school, visit us on our Orphans page at the Link below:


When you buy this cloth, it is given to an Orphan of your choice among the orphans within Kasese .

As a token to appreciate your help towards an Orphan

You will get:

  • Photograph of an orphan girl wearing the dress.
  • HTML copy of the upcoming book “Orphans of Rwenzori - a humanist perspective” - authored by the directors of this campaign.



http://www.gofundme.com/gxqec4      and DONATE.

Many thanks in advance for supporting us.

Classroom constructions on the Khps Land in progress

Posted by Bwambale Robert Musubaho on December 19, 2013 at 11:50 AM Comments comments (0)

 The Photograph below shows the building at Window level

Construction work has kicked off on the Kasese Humanist Primary School land situated in Rukoki in Kasese Municipality. As per the building plans, the 3 roomed structure to house the nursery section is already in the construction phase. You can check out an update from the School Director to the main fundraiser page at :


The construction work will continue throught the end of this year and the whole of 2014. If we finalise the nursery classroom block before the school academic year begins in February 2014, then people of Rukoki and its suburbs will enjoy our services.

A BIG THANK YOU to the international community for supporting our school.

Artistic impression of KHPS classrooms to be constructed

Posted by Bwambale Robert Musubaho on November 21, 2013 at 10:20 AM Comments comments (0)

Kasese Humanist Primary School is soon constructing classrooms on its own land it bought some a year ago.

The buildings will be constructed in phases depending on financial and material resources at our disposal. The buildings will comprise:

  • 3 classroom block to house the Kindergarten/nursery class, 3 separate latrines with shower rooms and urinals.
  • Primary section classroom block to house 7 classrooms, a Design Lab, Computer Room, Library and a Main Hall.
  • Administration Block to house the office of the Head Teacher, School Director, School Bursar, Store room, Staffroom, Deputy HeadMaster and a Sick Bay.

An artistic impression of the building structures is

at http://www.mysecretatheistblog.com/2013/11/architectural-drawings-of-new-humanist.html

A fundraiser is on to raise funds to able us accomplish our goals and your donation is very important and welcome. Check out this link for supporting our project. Many thanks in advance.


The Pathfinders Project team arrives at Kasese Humanist Primary School

Posted by Bwambale Robert Musubaho on September 15, 2013 at 8:45 AM Comments comments (0)

The Pathfinders project team numbering 4 have reached at Kasese Humanist Primary School in Kasese Western Uganda where they are going to perform a number of tasks teaching children at the school.

More information about the group is available on their website at http://pathfindersproject.com/

In the first three days of their visit you can read about their works here http://kaseseunitedhumanistassociation.blogspot.com/2013/09/the-pathfinders-project-volunteers.html

The Pathfinders Project team arrives at Kasese Humanist Primary School

Posted by Bwambale Robert Musubaho on September 15, 2013 at 8:45 AM Comments comments (0)

The Pathfinders project team numbering 4 have reached at Kasese Humanist Primary School in Kasese Western Uganda where they are going to perform a number of tasks teaching children at the school.

More information about the group is available on their website at http://pathfindersproject.com/

In the first three days of their visit you can read about their works here http://kaseseunitedhumanistassociation.blogspot.com/2013/09/the-pathfinders-project-volunteers.html

Pencils from Pinchbeck Elementary School received

Posted by Bwambale Robert Musubaho on June 6, 2013 at 1:35 PM Comments comments (0)


       Picture above shows Rays Reaching Out Club members who donated the pencils

Kasese Humanist Primary School has today 6th June 2013 received a consignment of pencils which is a donation coming from children studying at Pinchbeck Elementary School based in USA. 

Kasese Humanist School students are friendly to the Rays Reaching Out Club at Pinchbeck Elementary School who have a mutual friendship existing between the two schools. This is the second time for KHPS to receive a similar donation of pencils where the first one was last year.

The donation consisted of 1000 pencils, 160 colored pencils and 6 pencil sharpeners and the pencils are distributed to the children at the school freely.

The school now has an enrollment that is above 250 at the moment and we expect more students to turn up in more weeks to come.

A big thank you to Jennifer at Pinckbeck who is coordinating the club to Kasese Humanist School and many thanks for meeting the expenses as in taxes that was charged by the Uganda Revenue Authority.

The pencils were received by Bwambale Robert Musubaho, the School Director at Kasese Humanist Primary School.