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Check out latest news in photos about what is taking place at Kasese Humanist Botanical Gardens. Remember this project is being done in phases. The fruit trees are already growing. Palm trees are growing gradually while the thorny shrubs to offer the hedge to surround the gardens are still germinating in the nursery bed at the site.
Fellow friend, support me in my cause so that i put in place a nice and attractive botanical gardens to match other botanical gardens we see in other places.
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|Computer lessons in progress at Kasese Humanist Primary School,Uganda|
Monday, March 12, 2012
The theme of the event was HUMANISM FOR A FREE AND PROSPEROUS AFRICA, The conference was attended by individual members of Uganda Humanist Association plus some Local Member Organizations who are affiliated with Uganda Humanist Association. Among the member organizations that attended were HALEA represented by Kato Mukasa, Kasese United Humanist Association based in Kasese,Western Uganda which was represented by Bwambale Robert and The School Head Teacher of Kasese Humanist Primary School Mr.Masereka David, Ugand Humanist Effort to Save Women represented by Betty Nassaka,Aggie Ojera, WOFEWO represented by Annet Nalunga and an Organization based in Entebbe that deals with rehabilitation of HIV/AIDS victims based in Entebbe headed by Mark Baguma.
It was an interesting conference that lasted for two days.
The conference venue was at Platinum Royale Hotel, Busega , Kampala pictured below:
The conference was opened by the outgoing Chairman of Uganda Humanist Association Mr. Peter Sikirinya
who welcomed and thanked all the individual members and member organizations of UHASSO to have come in big numbers and participate in the conference.
The Chairman welcomed on the floor Mr Deo Ssekitoleko who works as the East African Representative of IHEU. In his brief speech, Mr Deo greeted the participants and explained to them the Humanist Philosophy plus highlighting on what the IHEU stands for,why it was created plus the roles it does.
There were a number of Speakers invited to the conference to talk on some subjects and in accordance to the agenda the First Speaker was Mr. Adrian Juuko, a reknowned Lawyer and Human rights Activist who talked about Human rights,Democracy, Corruption and the open society. He presented a good document in which he discussed about the dangers of corruption, human rights abuses and violations, open societies and closed societies and authoritarianism and at the end of the day,we learnt that a free and open society is the best that we embrace if Africa or Uganda is to develop.
Adrian Juuko is seen below discussing his topic
Another presentation was about Women and Humanism where the Speaker talked about Women, Sexism and Prostitution which was presented by Betty Nassaka, Annet Nalunga and Susan Nambeejja where they all talked about the possible causes of prostitution, possible strategies to help out prostitutes and solutions to cub young children from getting lured into this kind of risky business. They noted out that though prostitution has disadvantages, it also has advantages and actually the government should ensure they devise solutions on how they can handle out this issue on fairly terms.
Another interesting Presentation was on Exploitations by Superstition and the Rationalist Alternative presented by James Onen of Free thought Kampala who talked about the various forms of superstitious beliefs. This topic of superstition was also talked on by John Mutumba and Dr. Lastone Bagetenda who are all medical practitioners who presented a well researched document where some times the locals who are superstitionists go on misleading the people about certain curable diseases by science are said to be cured after performing rituals or praying to spirits. at the end of the day they encouraged and motivated us to embrace science for it has got the answers.
At the end of the day there was the UHASSO General Assembly where only the members participated in the Assembly proceedings which involved dissolution of the old executive and putting in place a new line up in positions of Board of Trustees, Ammending certain clauses in the UHASSO articles of Association and finally passing or instituting the new constitution. Below are some more photo highlights taken in the course of the 2 day conference.
|Aidan Sekatawa and Gerald Musoke above|
|A panel of Speakers in the just concluded UHASSO CONFRENCE 2012|
|Bwambale Robert is seen sitted on the extreme left|