Atheists and Agnostics Making a Difference in the World I: Bwambale Robert and The Kasese Humanist Primary School in Uganda

This is the first post in a new series of personal profiles of Atheists, Agnostics and Humanists who are helping to make the world a better place.

Over the next few weeks I will focus on people who are making a difference for others. They are examples of Humanism in Action.

For the first part of this series, I've been lucky enough to get in contact with Bwambale Robert, who has achieved a great deal in his first 36 years of life. Here is his own introduction. I have edited his responses for brevity and clarity for my readership. 

Bwambale Robert is the founder of the Kasese United Humanist Association. He recently founded the Kasese Humanist Primary School in Western Uganda.


I am Bwambale Robert, aged 36, Ugandan by nationality. I was born in a village called Bikunya in Karambi sub-county which is located in Kasese District, Western Uganda. I am the second-born from a family of four with two boys and two girls. I am an orphan, having lost my parents at the early age of 8 and was brought up by my grandmother, who passed away some 6 years ago.

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