Thanks to CFI: Children can dream big again and humanism spread across Africa!
Setting up the Humanist Orphan Center was a response to irrationality, to empower abandoned children, and to educate the community about HIV/AIDS.
Bill Cooke Visits CFI-Kenya
From January 7 to 11, our current Director of International Programs at CFI, Bill Cooke, visited Kenya to have a look at the expansive programs CFI-Kenya has been undertaking.
CFI Kenya Report: The Results of Superstition in Africa and Our Humanist Efforts
Humanists in Africa have put anti-superstition campaigns as one of their top priorities. Not only has superstition caused people to lose property and given the youths a bleak future, but it has also made people lose their lives.
CFI Kenya Report: An Approach Towards a Humanistic Africa
Due to the continued poverty, corruption, and other disasters of the third world, most East Africans and a good number Africans in general have avoided thinking and believing that they came through the gradual process called evolution.
CFI–Kenya Report: Spreading our mission of “science, reason, and free inquiry” beyond borders
Despite the advancement of science and technology in this century, many African republics have incessantly clung to belief systems that are a thwart to human progress in this age of enlightenment.
Charles Darwin Celebrations At Nairobi National Museum
The participants, who were mostly students from different on-campus groups, were very keen to follow the arguments that were made by the different speakers.
Will Africa Still Be Immersed in Deep Superstition by the Year 2030?
It is a fact that superstitious beliefs have still remained a disease in most parts of Africa even up to this century of enlightenment…
Anti-Witchcraft Campaign Continues at CFI Kenya
Witchcraft belief still poses a great threat in Africa.
Anti-Witchcraft Campaign at CFI/Kenya
The Center for Inquiry/Kenya started 2009 on a high note, organizing the celebration of the 200th anniversary of…
Youth and Witchcraft Violence in Africa
The new millennium was accompanied by great expectations in Africa, but the reality is that superstition still reigns supreme.
How Can the Concept of Humanism Solve Witchcraft Belief in Africa?
In the past months there have been shocking reports of witch hunting and burnings of suspected witches in Kenya.