• HLI Brought 100 Seminarians together and educated them on what the Maputo Protocole is and what dangers it presents to the African people in particular. The communiqué published and signed by seminarians from ten countries is proof of this.
  • We reinforced this by missionary journeys into the African countries to investigate the state of things regarding Maputo and to offer support to the local Church to resist Maputo. Gabon, Mali, Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire, Togo, Benin, D. R. Congo, the Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Burundi and Cameroon.
  • We plan return journeys to these countries as well as ground breaking rips to African Republic, Senegal, Ghana and Chad in the course of 2008. The Maputo Protocol shall feature prominently in our advocacy in 2008.
  • Bringing law makers into the picture on the real nature of Maputo. We are convinced that where key personalities come to know what Maputo is all about, support for the protocol’s agenda will be weakened. Our affiliates are getting non-religious groups based support by involving members of the civil society in education, awareness and engagement.
  • Working through our affiliates and friends, we are trying to educate.
  • We plan to host another Seminarian Institute in the first half of 2008 to reinforce our work in other areas and review knowledge and action on the Maputo Agenda.




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