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Thursday, July 21, 2011

Kasese Humanist Primary School has received a donation of a Printer, Mats & some scholastic supplies from Ms Jenny Julien based in Miami Forida in the United States of America.
The donation was delivered to the school through the School Director  Bwambale Robert who displayed the computer printer plus all the donated gifts to the pupils. The school Director thanked Jenny Julien for the donation and also told the gathering that the school is going to be having electricity soon as wiring of the class room blocks, the Laboratory plus the school office is now complete.
What is limiting right now is the funds amounting to $200 US needed by the Uganda Electricity Board (UMEME) for a fresh connection. The school director is encouraging friends of Kasese Humanist Primary School to continue supporting the school materially and financially as the school still needs computers for learning on, more text books and improving on the meals offered to the teachers and the children plus improving on the salaries we give to our teachers.
Below are photos of the event when the Printer plus the donated gifts being shown to the children at the school campus.


Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Lets preserve, conserve & protect the environment

Kasese Humanist Primary School is going to erect a  fresh Tree on the roof top of its Administrative Office, plans are in progress putting in place a shelter on the roof top and this time its not going to be an iron roof but a tree shade. The tree is going to be planted in the already constructed tree enclosure which has been fixed on top of the School Administration Office courtesy of  The School Founder Bwambale Robert. He  donated  a bag of cement plus all the bricks to this cause and in addition he has provided a tree plus a number of flowers to put in the tins which are being placed at the extreme corners on the roof top.
The tree symbolizes our strong commitment to preserving nature and protecting the Environment. Upon completion the Tree Enclosure plus the strategically placed tins will accommodate the soil and a fresh tree plus  flowers will be planted in there. Both the tin and the Tree enclosure  will be painted and messages will be added on to them.
Below are some picture shots showing the progress of the work.


Below is a Photo showing the Plastered Tree Enclosure with some vents at either sides all over to facilitate aeration of the soil micro organisms as we shall be adding soil rich in manure to facilitate the tree to survive.

The picture below shows the front view of the added structure as it appears  above on the Administration Office. To get to know more about the school, visit the school website at http://www.kasesehumanistschool.webs.com