There’s lots going on at the Kasese Humanist Primary School in Uganda! The new semester has begun and children are finally getting the first eggs from our Poultry Project that successfully built a chicken coop to provide eggs for the school. Here’s an update from Bwambale Robert, the school director, and some news on the latest major project the school is undertaking:
“The KHPS poultry project is going on very well. The eggs are flowing in gradually with at least 10 eggs per day and we have so far harvested 5 crates. A full crate holds 30 eggs. We have started the execise of giving out the eggs to the KHPS children and since the total number of eggs coming out are inadequate the criteria we are using is to distribute the eggs to the children per class and the exercise will be rotating.”
As usual, P Z Myers posted “Today an egg, tomorrow the world!” before I let my fingers do the talking. While we’re celebrating the news that Uganda KHPS children got their first eggs, we should also be celebrating the fact that we can help Bwambale Robert and the Kasese Humanist Primary School get a permanent home.
“On another note I am informing the friends and well wishers of Kasese Humanist Primary School that the school has of recent identified and purchased land that will be a permanent home for KHPS and there is a fundraising going on where we welcome donations to aid us finalize payment of this land. ”
Get cracking, Canada! Help out by donating to this cause through the Atheist Alliance International donation page!
Be sure to specify you are donating to KHPS on the AAI landing page.