Kasese United Humanist Association

working for the betterment of humanity

Legal status

Kasese United Humanist Association certificate

Our projects

Kasese Humanist Primary School

This is a project initiated in the year 2011. The school began in the rented building properties of the defunct Uganda Railways Corporation. In the year 2013 the school bought its permanent land in Rukoki in Kasese Municipality and the school relocated there fully in 2015.


A new campus was opened in Muhokya code named BIZOHA CAMPUS also opened later this year 2016. At this school we have got an orphanage hostel which accommodates some few orphans who are always with their families during holidays and at school during the course of the school terms.


The school is set up on the Foundation of Science and encourages evidence based learning. The school tolerates all religions but does not allow dogmas and indoctrination of any kind in education it offers to the children. We serve children from Nursery (Kindergarten) - Primary Seven.


Kasese Humanist Primary School is so unique in that its secular in set up, promotes critical thinking, cherishes innovation, creativity and is inclined on promoting the science philosophy. 


We so far have three school campuses namely:


Kasese Humanist Primary School - Rukoki 


Kasese Humanist Primary School - Bizoha/Muhokya


Kasese Humanist Primary School - Kahendero


Kasese Humanist Secondary School - Rukoki



Humanist Principles for a Global rational world

Child Sponsorship Program

To Sponsor a child at any of our schools, you can link up with the school on email kasesehumanistschool@hotmail.com and the child to be sponsored will be availed to you. Alternatively one can be chosen direct from our school website.


Sponsoring a child in Nursery - P.7 (Annual)   130$US 


Full board for Primary pupils costs (Annual)    260 $US


Full board for secondary school (Annual)         300$US


Day scholar for secondary (Annual)                   130$US


Payments can be made through:


Atheist Alliance International:




The Brighter Brains:


https://brighterbrains.institute/new-products-2/ choose an item and proceed to make a donation.



Bizoha Farmland

This is an expanse farmland property that measures close to 8 acres of irrigatable land supporting cultivation of several crops ranging from maize, beans, bananas, tomatoes, dodo, yams, cassava, onions to mention but a few.


The crops grown aids in feeding the different schools owned under Kasese Humanist schools.


The presence of the Bizoha Tractor helps in working on the land prior to planting of crops.


The farmland oftenly allow teachers at the schools also to own and plant individual gardens to boost staff welfare.

Matooke and cabbages section at the farmland

Bizoha Humanist Center

Services at the Bizoha Humanist Center

We are a community outreach center affiliated to Kasese United Humanist Association , a registered community based organization engaged in a number of developmental projects in the area of Kasese Municipality and Kasese District as a whole.


At the Bizoha Humanist Center we offer the following services:


We have permanent offices of Kasese United Humanist Association.


Sensitization on humanism,science and reason.


A selection of Educational Dvds, Documentary films on humanism, nature, science etc.


Free books to read on science,humanism,religions, people, businesses, agriculture


Budget accommodation at the Bizoha Hostel with a free breakfast


Soft and hard drinks for sale


Internet services


Music and welding lessons


Auto Hire services which include Boat rides on Lake George, Tractor hire service to farmers.


Women Empowerment initiatives in tailoring, gardening and craft making



Facts about Humanism

HUMANISM is a philosophy of reason and science in the pursuit of knowledge. Its a philosophy for people who think for themselves. Some one who embraces Humanism is called a Humanist. He is guided by Humanist Principles, Values & Ethics in performing his or her day to day activities. 


A Humanist is some one who believes that Human beings have the potential to solve world problems themselves guided by reasoning and believe in things backed by evidence. Humanists believe in facts and reality rather than fiction, myths and allegories.


There exist different types of people with rational views and ideas who themselves don't subscribe to religious people but who are living good lives and contributing to the betterment of humanity, nature and well being and these are Humanists, Free thinkers, Atheists, Agnostics, Rationalists, Brights.


Humanists are identified by the Happy Human Symbol which means a Happy Huma.


Some key Humanist Moral Principles:


We should try to live by those values such as compassion, fairness and respect that have developed because human societies and groups cannot flourish without them.


Most of us can reason out right and wrong from the consequences of our actions,especially if we have sufficient information: we don't need god(s) to tell us how to lead good lives.


We should recognize that each society has evolved its own code of morality and laws,and that in most societies these will change as circumstances change.


In Uganda that is why our country has a legislative and judiciary organ to ensure laws are set to guide society.


Our actions and laws should aim to promote well-being and happiness, and to prevent, avoid or decrease suffering and misery.


Everyone should be free to act as they wish so long as their actions do not harm others.


We should be sensitive to the living environment and to people different from ourselves.


We should in general follow the two-part Golden Rule and treat others as we would want them to treat us in their position;do not treat others in ways we would not want to be treated ourselves in their position.


What Humanists embrace:


 Thinking for ourselves


 Using evidence, experience and our reason to understand the world


 Living this one life well, working out meaning and purpose in life for ourselves


Making ourselves and others as happy as possible


Reducing unhappiness as far as possible


Promoting human rights and freedoms


Living cooperatively with people of other beliefs


What Humanists oppose:


The idea that you cannot have a meaningful life without belief in god(s)


 The idea that morality derives from religion or god(s) 


Doctrines of belief (religious or not) and indoctrination into them

Privileges or special laws for religions or religious people


 Discrimination, human rights violations, and oppression


 A god or gods: supernatural beings intervening in the world and taking an interest in human affairs


Other supernatural beings: ghosts, angels, fairies, goblins etc; and other

supernatural forces or events: karma, divine miracles etc.


An immortal soul and a life after death (in heaven, hell or in a reincarnated form)