Petition Tag - africa

1. Social Media Responsibilities and Romance Scams

The information noted on romance scams are based distinctly on one victim. From the multiple falsified accounts based on this one victim’s photographs and military standing, hundreds of women have been scammed out of tens of thousands of dollars by just “his” account alone. There is a desperate need for social media responsibility when it comes to the building of duplicated accounts and detection of accounts deleted due to falsifying another’s identity. There are options such as facial recognition technology and the ability to recognize IPN addresses used by past fraudulent offenders. Are you aware that Facebook’s facial recognition program, Deep Face, is able to recognize faces accurately 98 percent of the time, where as the FBI’s face recognition program, Next Generation Identification, only has an 85 percent success rate? We are limited judicially to prosecute the scammers since the majority of these immoral beings are located in other countries. Those social media companies located within the United States will need to help protect their clients further by improving their security along with making the scamming process impossible or far more difficult when trying to pursue their prey.


AfricaRastasMovement Letter to the {Africa Religious peoples}
(Islam, Judaism, Christianity and Sabbatarians).

We invite you to come and join us {Spiritual people}, in Worshipping of (JAH,God,Allah) in Truth and Spirit.

We testified that JAH is only One worthy to be Worshipped.
We believe in all Allah prophets.
We accept Jesus son of blessed Mary to be Christ (the Messiah), spoken by all the Prophets.

We believe in God first.
Africa second, and Religion last.
We deposes every political and Religious orders that permits Black against Black DISCRIMINATION.

It will be of good interest for our Community (African) that you accept our invitation.
Allah loves Community that love one another.
Know that we (Rastas) are true believers of Oneness of JAH.

Ras Dominic Chima Ntodonke.
-servant of JAH-apostle of Christ Jesus-Emperor Selassie1 frontline Battle Commander-5*.🇪🇹 ~17/04/2017.
On behalf of AfricaRastasMovement.

3. Stop Xenophobia and Genocide in South Africa


Massive killing of Foreigners in South Africa!
We have seeing increasing barbaric violent attacks against foreign nations, migrants, refugees and asylum-seekers, resulting in horrible massacre and deaths in South Africa.

South African authorities are unable to prevent and address racist and xenophobic attacks and to hold perpetrators accountable.
Here are video proofs of what is happening:

Tuerie massive des étrangers en Afrique du Sud!
Nous assistons à une croissance des attaques violentes barbares contre des étrangers, des migrants, des réfugiés et des demandeurs d'asile, ce qui a provoque d'horribles massacres et des morts en Afrique du Sud.

Les autorités sud-africaines sont incapables de empêcher ces attaques racistes et xénophobes et de tenir les auteurs responsables.

Voici les preuves en video de ce qui se passe:


Habiba Isa is a 14 years old girl from Warkaza com­munity in Kudun Kan­kara Local Government Area of Katsina State, Nigeria. She was allegedly abducted on 16th, August 2016, and reportedly converted to Islam and may have beem forced into marriage.

THE Katsina State Police Command according to Punch newspaper of October 18th, 2016 asked her to be returned to her parents’ house but there are no reports or pictures of her reunion with them.

5. End Unsolved Animal Industry Abuse

I need Your Help to Stop the Animal Cruelty in all Counties and states where Animal Abuse is behind closed doors. Where such Horrid Conditions have never been brought to light because of the circumstances.

We need your signatures to be able to abruptly stop the Abuse.


Nós, os abaixo-assinados, académicos ligados a Moçambique através da cidadania ou devido ao trabalho académico, pretendemos realçar o estado alarmante e o recrudescimento do conflito militar em Moçambique, a rápida militarização da sociedade moçambicana, e a crise económica parcialmente causada pela situação acima mencionada.

Nós clamamos que ambos os partidos do conflito cessem as hostilidades como uma questão urgente, que se engajem em negociações sérias e no processo de reconciliação. Pedimos ainda que outros actores nacionais, regionais e internacionais apoiem a paz em Moçambique.


We, the undersigned, who are academics connected with Mozambique through citizenship or due to our academic work, aim to highlight the alarming status of escalating military conflict in Mozambique, the rapid militarization of Mozambican society and the economic crisis partially caused by the aforementioned situation.

We demand that both parties to the conflict end hostilities as a matter of urgency and that both parties engage in serious negotiations and in the reconciliation process. And other national, regional and international actors should support Mozambique's peace.

7. 5sos come to Nigeria , Africa

You guys would not believe how unlucky we are, like no-one ever comes here (Nigeria) the only place stars go to in Africa, is South Africa which sucks cause they have fans in Nigeria too. You guys don't know how much I have cried because when they are in South Africa , they are so close yet so far and it is really painful . for 3+ years now , been anticipating to meet them.


Even if its just for a week or 2 days. I just want to experience that feeling of meeting your idols, just to say thank you for everything they've done for me and our amazing fandom. If you sign this petition, you will be giving me the support to meet them.


8. Free Biram and End Slavery in Mauritania

In the history of humanity, the slave trade and slavery were by far the worst atrocities committed by man over man. No moral, economic or religious reasons can justify such a negation of the humanity and dignity of black men. The struggles for the abolition of slavery were harsh, bitter and lengthy. But humanity have made a big step forward in writing it in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights that "All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights." Despite the fact that it was only in 1948 that this principle is contained in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, however, it has always guided the actions of humanity when it came to abolish the black slavery in America, when it came to stop Nazism in Europe, when it came to put an end to the apartheid regime in South Africa, and when it came to end colonization in Africa.

The fight against racial, ethnic and gender discrimination, and those related to sexual orientation, are always struggles of our time. These struggles must be conducted within the framework of equality of all citizens under the rule of law. However, it is totally unacceptable and intolerable in our times that there are still states where slavery is systematic and institutionalized.

This is the case in Mauritania where in front of the state and laws, there are normal citizens and inferior citizens whose fate comes down to servitude. Faced with this insolent reality in Mauritania, courageous isolated actors are peacefully fighting for the abolition of slavery. Among them, there are "Biram Dah Ould Abeid" and his companions who were arrested in November 2014 in Mauritania while they were conducting an awareness campaign for the abolition of slavery. And since Thursday, August 20th 2015, they were sentenced to 2 years in prison for defending humanity and the dignity of the black men in Mauritania. Today, they are in a cell, it is up to us to finish the job.

Their fate and that of all the enslaved communities in Mauritania will depend on our ability to convince the Mauritanian authorities that, not only the dignity of the black men is to be preserve, but also, actually, all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights

9. To create a Northern African and Southern African League Championship Series for League of Legends.

There is League Championship Series in the United States of America, Europe and Asia but no similar competitions in Africa.

Africa is a huge continent that has millions of people playing League of Legends who do not have the privilege of participating in such competitions. If one desired to participate it would be quite demanding as we'd have to travel to either America or Asia or Europe.

Creating a Northern & Southern African LCS would be exciting for Africans who have been playing for fun but would now play for esteem.

If Riot games introduced this, it would serve as a statement to Africa that "We consider you too in the world of LCS". And it will definitely make the World Championship a whole lot more interesting.

10. Nominate & Vote FIFA'S New Chairman & Vice Presidents

FIFA needs extensive reforms, a transparent body corporate to revive the credibility and transparency of the organization. FIFA needs a person to get the organization get rid off corruption and the culture of non-accountability.

A strong capable leader, a successful business minded person, neutral and transparent to restructure the organization.

FIFA needs new blood. It requires a complete reform of its administrative structure, there must be a fundamental overhaul of the culture inside both management of the organisation and the affiliate regional football associations.

FIFA needs a profound overhaul and deep-rooted structural change. Above all FIFA needs to stop corruption and bribery, and to improve the transparency process in the selection criteria of the winning country selected to be the host of a world cup competition.

11. NO to Xenophobia

We Say NO TO xenophobia!

No to all of this! We are all one Africa!

Xenophobia is the unreasoned fear of that which is perceived to be foreign or strange. Xenophobia can manifest itself in many ways involving the relations and perceptions of an ingroup towards an outgroup, including a fear of losing identity, suspicion of its activities, aggression, and desire to eliminate its presence to secure a presumed purity.

Xenophobia can also be exhibited in the form of an "uncritical exaltation of another culture" in which a culture is ascribed "an unreal, stereotyped and exotic quality".Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action urges all governments to take immediate measures and to develop strong policies to prevent and combat all forms and manifestations of racism, xenophobia or related intolerance, where necessary by enactment of appropriate legislation including penal measures.

Source: Wiki

12. Stop Female Genital Mutilation; Promote women reproductive rights

Today, more than 20 million people die each year due to inequalities in global health. More tan 150 million people face unaffordable health care costs each year. And more than 100 million people each year are plunged into poverty.

About 140 million girls and women worldwide are currently living with the consequences of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). More than 125 million girls and women alive today have been cut in the 29 countries in Africa and the Middle East where FGM is concentrated.

If current trends continue, as many as 30 million girls are at risk of being cut before their 15th birthday. It’s no longer enough for any one group or country to take action. What we face is a global crisis that needs a global movement to end Female Genital Mutilation and promote women reproductive health.

The Barefoot Grannies are leading efforts to promote reproductive health, promote girl-child education, end Female Genital Mutilation and fistula. More information and videos here

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is recognized internationally as a violation of the human rights of girls and women. In some cases, girls bleed to death or die from infections. Later in life, FGM can lead to complications in childbirth and increase the risk of the mother and/or baby dying. The practice also violates women's rights to health, security and physical integrity, the right to be free from torture and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment, and the right to life when the procedure results in death. Its our duty to protect and observe women rights, end the social, cultural and political causes of Female Genital Mutilation and promote women’s reproductive rights.

Join us. #InspireChange.
Tell East Africa Governments to promote health equity for all, make firm commitments to end Female Genital Mutilation and hold promoters of this practice accountable.
The Barefoot Grannies works on a completely volunteer basis in order to change their communities. These are the women and grannies on the frontlines of change working to strengthen women’s rights, improve girls education, increase economic opportunity for women, and promote human rights in their communities. Join the by signing the petition and supporting their work and campaign. Copy and paste the following link is your browser

After signing the petition, support the Barefoot Grannies through this link ( ) and share the petition of facebook, twitter and blogs.

Join us on October 25 for the Day of Action: We are running one mile, JUST one Mile to remind our selves, our communities, our governments of their obligations to promote health equity and to make firm commitments to end Female Genital Mutilation. Invite a a couple of friends and Run One Mile for Health Equity , share the campaign on facebook

Please send us feedback, contact us:


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14. Stop Ebola Now - Wake Up Australia


The worlds' most volatile disease is a global emergency and is not confined to African nations. This is no joke.

•The Spanish Flu killed 100 million people and had a fatality rate of 2.5%
•This nasty virus kills 25-90% infected and killed 52 humans in 2 days
•Ebola has a 2-21 day incubation period so people are like bombs; unaware they're contagious until it's too late so checking people's temperature at airports is useless
•Every Ebola patient passes the virus onto 2.5 others
•Many affected countries have run out of living doctors to fight the outbreak
•Hospitals and pharmacies closed on Tuesday 12th August as Sierra Leoneans panic
•If this epidemic remains "OUT OF CONTROL" in 2-3 months time 50,000 people will have the worlds' most gruesome virus and in 6 months,


We need to get our government to help those who can't help themselves.
This is an emergency. Liberia and Sierra Leone are some of the world's poorest countries due to war, normally without a crisis people fight for survival. Now their governments have stopped people from leaving their homes for 3-4 weeks WITHOUT GIVING THEM FOOD!! WHERE ARE YOU, MR. ABBOTT? We pay our taxes and are Australian citizens and you're allowing our family to suffer like this during an International Emergency. Keep in mind that there's hundreds of thousands of Africans here.

Sierra Leoneans from Sydney told me this catastrophy is worse than the 10 year "Blood Diamond" war because they said "You could tell where the rebels were and avoided them. With Ebola, a family member or local GP could kill them." That's if they have any relatives left after the brutal war or can afford a GP at all due to the aftermath. Many West African Australians have lost several family members due to Ebola and are worried about their families back home, suffering from stress, fear and high blood pressure. Now family members are going hungry adding to the pressure.

WE MUST STAND UP AND TAKE ACTION and be the voice for those in West Africa.
Our government is silent, sitting idle while Australian citizens' family members are dying. Let's be honest, if their relatives were English, our government would support them fully. I am disappointed in our government for displaying racism in this manner. Instead, we're searching for dead body parts of Australians from plane crashes and diverting attention away from the fact that this plague like virus is killing innocent people and it's an insult to remain silent. How dare we make other Australians feel like second class citizens- shame on us! How dare we discriminate. Inaction speaks louder than words. These people have gone through unfathomable situations and what, because they have African roots we brush our hands? Ebola is in Australia- scientists are studying it here but where are we helping the innocent people isolated in West Africa in the midst of this!!!!

We seem to be very focused on ourselves. The Chinese government gave medical supplies, the US and UK did too. WAKE UP AUSTRALIA!! Please send emergency food drops to Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia. These are INNOCENT PEOPLE and IF OUR AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT DOES NOTHING, BLOOD IS OR THEIR HANDS!

With your signature, we will save the lives of MANY WITHOUT A VOICE.

15. Bring Mehert Tzegai home safely

My mother who is an American Citizen went on vacation to Eritrea, Africa nearly three years ago and has not returned. I don't know where she is or if she is even alive.

My family and I desperately want to speak to her and get her home safely as soon as possible. I will continue to do all I can and pray for my mother's safe return.

Here is a link with KTVU TO GIVE YOU MORE BACKGROUND information :

16. Stop Jungle Justice

Jungle justice has been an ongoing trend in Nigeria. The Government is doing little or nothing about it and so it seems ok to carry out such barbaric, heinous and dastardly acts.

This Petition is to serve as a medium to get to the Nigerian Government to establish a penalty for such acts. Jungle justice is wrong and there is no justification for it.

17. Free Our Daughters

SPMUDA Africa believes that we are all mothers to every child in Africa and it is their right to have free education.

We have watched the mothers of Nigeria crying for thier daughters and we have chosen to join them in their fight to get their daughters back. Their daughters are our daughters.

Join us in signing this petition to get them back.

18. Barclays EPL Should Take Down Racist #YouAreFootball Advert About Transportation in Africa

Barclays and the Barclays English Premier League (EPL), in pursuance of its #YouAreFootball global campaign, put up a television advert meant to thank loyal followers around the world.

The advert showed an African boy (with his father/guardian) wade through dusty roads, stressfully searching for a bus to the city to catch an EPL football game.

The experience on the dusty, non-tarred road, added to the torture of standing in a bus whose seats were already filled, portrayed Africans' suffering and poverty, and the decreased productivities and efficiencies that poor transportation bring. This is racist, considering that other races, in this same advert, were not portrayed as such, and given that a lot of Africa is on the rise, and the continent's economy is booming.

19. We will help abandoned and orphaned babies in Tanzania!

We really need to help the helpless babies in Africa, or they will not survive! They are the most vulnerable in Africa. In Africa, babies are often left in forests, at roadsides, in latrines, outside churches, hospitals and police stations. Without help, their chances of survival are tiny.

Many of the mothers of the babies have died. The fact is that maternal mortality is 1 in 39 in sub-Saharan Africa. In industrialized countries, the maternal mortality is 1 in 4700! So there are lots of babies in Africa that do not have a mother, and in despair, and because of poverty, they leave the babies to their fate. But there is a great organization in the city of Arusha in Tanzania that takes care of these babies: Neema House Arusha! Currently they take care of 23 babies aged between two weeks and two years. The babies have been abandoned or the mother has died.

Michael, who seems to be five months old, was left on someone's veranda in the middle of the night. When the family found him, they called the police, but got no help . Then they called Neema House instead, and got immediate help. Usually it is the police who calls Neema House because someone has found a baby somewhere. The babies are usually at risk and need care to survive. I'm impressed by Neema Houses effort - they do a fantastic job. But they need help from us, to keep their rescue center running. I myself would very much like to go and volunteer with them for a few months. Information about this and other things about Neema House is found on their website :

You can help them financially, for example by sponsoring one or more babies. Tell people about Neema House or other orphanages, then you make a big difference.

The babies need your help!

20. Help Raise Our Children Liberia

In May 2013, the Liberian Health Initiative donated over 300 modern nursing and healthcare textbooks to a rural community college. During the visit, we also visited 4 elementary schools where we observed students sitting on dirt floors or stools brought from home.

This image was so powerful that we at LHI vowed to seek every means to help lift these children off the dirt floor and onto a solid desk that will be comfortable to support their education ambition. Take a moment and picture your child sitting on bare floor covered in dust and dirt. All they want is to learn regardless of the condition of the classroom. In this 21st century, we can do better. Help raise a child from the dirt floor and help change a life.

Having watch Lawrence O'Donnell on MSNBC's Last Word and seen his effort to bring desk to the kids of Malawi through the KIND Campaign, we need your help to petition Mr. O'Donnell to extend the KIND Campaign to Liberia.

We believe, like in Malawi, this campaign can help provide jobs for the local people while changing the lives of young children seeking education to better their future and our world.

21. Marvel's The Black Panther Movie

The Black Panther is the ceremonial title given to the chief of the Panther Tribe of the advanced African nation of Wakanda. In addition to ruling the country, he is also chief of its various tribes (collectively referred to as the Wakandas). The Panther habit is a symbol of office (head of state) and is used even during diplomatic missions. The Panther is a hereditary title, but one still must earn it.

In the distant past, a meteorite made of the (fictional) vibration-absorbing mineral vibranium crashed in Wakanda, and was unearthed. Reasoning that outsiders would exploit Wakanda for this valuable resource, the ruler at the time, King T'Chaka, like his father and other Panthers before him, concealed his country from the outside world. T'Chaka's first wife, T'Challa's birth mother N'Yami, died while in labor with T'Challa, so T'Challa would be raised by his father and his father's second wife Ramonda, at least until T'Chaka was murdered by the adventurer Ulysses Klaw. With his people still in danger, a young T'Challa used Klaw's sound weapon on him, gravely injuring him and forcing him to flee. Around the same time, his stepmother Ramonda visited her old home in South Africa. While on this trip she was kidnapped and taken prisoner by Anton Pretorius (T'Challa would not learn of this until years later).

T'Challa was next in line to be the king of Wakanda and Black Panther, but until he was ready to become the leader of the nation, his uncle S'yan, T'Chaka's younger brother, successfully passed the trials to become the Black Panther. While on his Wakandan walkabout rite of passage, T'Challa met and fell in love with apparent orphaned teen Ororo Munroe, who would grow up to become the X-Men member Storm.[26] The two broke off their relationship due to his desire to avenge his father's death and to become the type of man who could suitably lead Wakanda, but they would see each other over the years when they could.

The Black panther is the first African Superhero in American Mainstream Comics and plays a signifcant role in Pop Culture.

22. Say NO to Ivory Trade and the killing of Elephants and Rhinocerousses in Africa & Asia

The governments of some African & some Asian countries like China condone the use of Ivory as an healing item & allow trading which is cruel to the elephants & Rhinoceroses which are killed for their meat & ivory!

23. Hunger Free Djilor

Nous communauté de Djilor; nous adhérons a la campagne Kaa konko kele « Hunger Free Djilor » et interpelons a travers ces messages;
«L’accès des femmes à la terre n’est plus à négocier, c’est un droit »

Ma terre n’y touche pas ; c’est l’aire de ma vie.

24. I Support Education 4 Orphans In Kenya

"Education Is The Most Powerful Weapon Which You Can Use To Change The World"-Nelson Mandela: Back-to-School Scholarship Appeal For Mission of Hope Children's Center, Malindi-Kenya:

BACK-TO-SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP APPEAL: Universal Education For All is the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The orphaned and vulnerable children's of Milalani Village, Malindi and around the Republic of Kenya have every right to education regardless of social status.

Most orphans in Kenya are denied education rights by family or the state, and as such, Aid Kenya Foundation has taken up the responsibility to offer education scholarship to all orphans and to build them Mission of Hope Children's Center/Milalani Community School.

Foster-A-Child: Education For Orphans Sponsorship Program is a scholarship program hosted by the Aid Kenya Foundation (AKF), a humanitarian aid and development assistance foundation in Kenya, to promote education in Milalani Community, Malindi, Kenya; as well as support children and students from poor backgrounds in from rural-urban Kenya.

The program’s mission is to offer scholarships to orphaned and vulnerable children; providing post secondary education and vocational training to teenage mothers and the youth; promoting educational institutions; and building schools, vocational training centers, and orphanages in Kenya to improve education standards of orphans and secure their future and attack poverty.

We seek to link most serving children to foster families, companies, foundations, and individuals who commit to educate a child in Kenya. Foster Guardians will get files and detailed information and updates about the children they are sponsoring.

A one off or monthly sponsorship program is available for individuals, tourist, companies, organizations and corporations who can Foster Children by paying school fees of the deserving beneficiaries selected by the Foundation’s Board of Trustees.

Sponsors can donate school tuition fees or upkeep fees in cash or in kind in the form of books, school uniforms, stationery, computers, sanitary towels, food, water, sporting gears, shoes, paint, water tanks, chairs, cabinets, tables and equipment.

The sponsors or volunteers on experiential learning can help Mission of Hope Children’s Center/Milalani Community School to renovate or build a School Library, Classroom, Dormitory, Kitchen, Dining Hall, Administration Block, Borehole, or buy a school van, motor cycle or bicycle (to improve access or transportation).


Early Childhood Education (ECD) - USD. 30
Primary - USD. 50
Secondary - USD. 78
Post-Secondary(Polytechnic/College) - USD. 105
University - USD. 187
STIC Talent Incubation(Academy) - USD. 105
AKF-PED Feeding & Nutrition Program - USD. 60
Transportation - USD.55
Books & Stationery( A School Back Pack) - USD. 40
Computer - USD. 30
Educational Trips(ElimuTours) - USD. 25

How To Make A Donation:

1. Direct Deposit or Transfers Or Standing Order Send to:
Bank Account Information:-
A/C No. : 082-1430151
Swift Code: BARCKENX
Branch: Haile Selassie Avenue, Nairobi, Kenya

2. Western Union/MoneyGram:
Payee: Armstrong O’Brian Ongera, Jr.

We request for modest donations from individuals, diaspora, companies, ministries, volunteers, development partners (agencies) and well wishers to help achieve the Universal Education For All as a Millennium Development Goal. Donations from as little as USD 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 1000 or more are accepted.

For Donations or further inquiries reach us on E-mail: or Contact, Dr. Lady Sheila Sherwood on E-mail: or Tel. +447779617328

P. O. BOX 98283-80100,
Tel. +254 715 812 355

25. Sir Ian Wood: Send your £50 Million to Africa As Promised!

Billionaire Sir Ian Wood wanted to build a giant granite web over Aberdeen's only green city centre, free access park. This was meant to magically enhance the city centre - but the City had to borrow £92,000,000 - money it can ill afford to gamble on a speculative real estate deal. Such schemes are causing economic havoc in Spain and in the US. The city's new administration is Labour-led. Labour's election pledge was to stop this scheme, which it did. Labour pointed out that a recent referendum was a non-binding consultation exercise - one in which a handful of business people (who are keeping their identities secret) spent far more on an advertising blitz than official campaigners were allowed to. Material produced by this group contained claims which have little sound basis, yet no regulatory body was able to intervene in this referendum's advertising.

The scheme to build a granite web for £140 million has already eaten through a large quantity of taxpayer money committed by a quango (ACSEF), billed to the taxpayer by the Chamber of Commerce. Audit Scotland and other regulatory bodies have been asked to investigate the scheme's genesis and operation. (details can be found on

Sir Ian claimed in February he would instead spend his money on charitable works in Africa if we turned him down. This idea is now subject of a U-turn. Please ask him nicely to help Africa and not give Aberdeen any ultimatums.

26. Stop recruitment of Child Soldiers

Families all over Africa in areas of conflict are being killed by their own children, or begging for their children to return.

They are likely to carry on their hatred to adulthood and then pass it on to their kids and future generations.

27. No Asylum for London 2012 Cameroon Athletes

Seven Cameroonian athletes have disappeared while in Britain for the Olympics, officials said.

This is extremely embarrassing for Cameroon and Africa as they were here to represent their country at an International Capacity. Their Entire country counted on them.

David Ojong, the head of the Cameroon delegation, said five boxers, a swimmer and a female football player had been missing since the weekend.

"Seven Cameroonian athletes who participated at the 2012 London Olympic Games have disappeared from the Olympic Village."

Their Names are: Thomas Essomba, Christian Donfack Adjoufack, Abdon Mewoli, Blaise Yepmou Mendouo and Serge Ambomo.

Cameroon is the economic powerhouse of Francophone Central Africa. It has a Robust and Mature Economy. In 2012 it has shown a steady growth of 4.5%. Cameroon has well-educated and bilingual young people and had a great vision of Development Strategy. Organisation are investing in Services, Industry and Mining and Agriculture at present. The Country has more than 90.000 Companies, including fifty larges groups whose turnover ranges from 20 million to over a billion dollars, and 86% of SME'S.

Some Facts here:
If you want to know more about the State of the Cameroon economy and why Britain should not accept their Asylum request, email me or find me on twitter @mjamme.

28. We support and defend all Christians in Nigeria

In Nigeria since the beginning of the year, there have been nearly 600 deaths caused by the Islamic group Boko Haram; the majority of these victims were murdered while they were at Mass.

Yet millions of people continue to go to church, choosing to exercise their freedom of religion and to practice their faith.

We cannot watch in silence the substantial indifference that has accompanied these massacres and denials of religious freedom, a principle which is relevant to every religion.

29. African Commission: To Fully Implement ACmPHR Decision on Mauritania


African Commission: To Fully Implement ACmHPR Decision on Mauritania

We are writing to invite Mauritanian Diaspora and allies to sign the petition below, supporting the work of the African Commission on Mauritania and requesting effective follow-up on the decision in Malawi Africa Association, et al. v. Mauritania (Communications 54/91-61/91, 96/93-98/93, 164/97, 196/97-210/98), issued in 2000. The petition seeks the full implementation of the six recommendations by the African Commission in the decision, designed to address gross human rights violations. This is a critical moment as the Commission is preparing to hold a hearing on implementation of the decision during its 51st Ordinary Session in Banjul.

In 2000, the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights (ACHPR) issued a landmark omnibus decision, addressing dozens of communications filed against Mauritania concerning severe human rights violations perpetrated by the government between 1986 and 1992. The Commission examined, inter alia, alleged Charter violations based on an array of atrocities, perpetrated or incited by the government of Mauritania against its citizens and in particular against members of various black ethnic groups. In its decision, the Commission found the government was responsible for grave or massive violations of human rights, including ethnic discrimination, torture, illegal detention, extrajudicial killings and mass expulsions of Black Mauritanians (Articles 4 (right to life), 5 (torture, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment or treatment), 6 (“massive violations,” right to liberty and security of person), as well as perpetuation of slavery and related degrading practices (Article 5)).

The decision included six recommendations designed to remedy the violations and to compensate the thousands of victims involved: (1) the need for an independent inquiry and prosecutions; (2) rehabilitation and reintegration of expellees; (3) compensation of widows and beneficiaries; (4) reinstatement of workers; (5) the eradication of slavery; and (6) effective enforcement of an anti-slavery statute.

Your participation in this collective effort to fully implement the decisions of African Commission on Human and People’s Rights will be greatly appreciated.

To learn more about the dossier, please click on this link:
Sponsoring Organizations:
Open Society Justice Initiative
400 West 59th St.
New York, NY 10019
(212) 547-6999

Institute for Human Rights and Development in Africa
949 Brusubi Layout, AU Summit Highway
P.O. 1896 Banjul, The Gambia
(220) 4410413/4

For more information, please contact Mr. Humphrey Sipalla, Publications and Communications Officer at:



Commission Africaine: Pour l’Application Pleine de la Décision du ACmHPR sur la Mauritanie

Nous écrivons pour inviter les Mauritaniens de la Diaspora et leurs alliés à signer la pétition ci-dessous pour soutenir le travail de la Commission Africaine sur la Mauritanie et demander un suivi efficace de la décision de Malawi Africa Association, et al. v. Mauritanie (Communications 54/91-61/91, 96/93-98/93, 164/97, 196/97-210/98), publiée en 2000. La pétition vise l’application pleine des six recommandations de la Commission Africaine contenues dans la décision en reponse aux graves violations des droits de l'homme. Ce moment est crucial pendant que la Commission se prépare à tenir une audience sur la mise en œuvre de la décision durant sa 51eme session ordinaire a Banjul.

En 2000, la Commission Africaine des Droits Humains et des Peuples (CADHP) a rendu une décision historique de portee generale, relative aux dizaines de communications déposées contre la Mauritanie concernant les graves violations des droits humains perpétrées par le gouvernement entre 1986 et 1992. La Commission a examiné, entre autres, des violations de la Charte basees sur une panoplie d’atrocités, perpétrées ou incitees par le gouvernement de la Mauritanie contre ses citoyens et en particulier contre des membres de divers groupes ethniques noirs. Dans sa décision, la Commission a constaté que le gouvernement était responsable de violations graves ou massives des droits de l'homme, y compris la discrimination ethnique, la torture, la détention illégale, les exécutions extrajudiciaires et des expulsions massives de Mauritaniens noirs (articles 4 (droit à la vie), 5 (torture, traitements inhumains ou dégradants), 6 (violations massives, le droit à la liberté et la sécurité de la personne), ainsi que la perpétuation de l'esclavage et les pratiques dégradantes qui en sont relatives (article 5)).

La décision comprenait six recommandations visant à remédier aux violations et d'indemniser les milliers de victimes concernees: (1) la nécessité d'une enquête indépendante et des poursuites judiciaires; (2) la réhabilitation et la réinsertion des expulsés; (3) l'indemnisation des veuves et des ayant droit; (4) la réintégration des travailleurs; (5) l'éradication de l'esclavage, et (6) l'application effective d'une loi anti-esclavagiste.

Votre participation à cet effort collectif pour mettre pleinement en œuvre les décisions de la Commission africaine des Droits Humains et des Peuples sera grandement appréciée.

Pour en savoir plus sur le dossier, s'il vous plaît cliquer sur ce lien:
Les organisations sponsors :
Open Society Justice Initiative
400 West 59th St.
New York, NY 10019
(212) 547-6999

L’ Institut pour les Droits Humains et le Développement en Afrique
949 Brusubi Layout, AU Summit Highway
P.O. 1896 Banjul, The Gambia
(220) 4410413/4

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30. Complete ban on trophy hunting in South Africa & full census carried out

Trophy hunting is out of control in South Africa. 99% of the South African people want it banned now. Trophy hunting is being explotated by Asian gangs that see a lucrative market in the Rhino horn.

The main concern is the Rhinoceros (pronounced /raɪˈnɒsərəs/), often abbreviated as rhino. Organised gangs mainly from Asia are hunting down the Rhinoceros for a horn that has been proven not to be of any medicinal use.

Only 3 out of the remaining 5 Rhinos are now left in the wild mainly in Africa.

A full census must be carried out on the Rhino to determine it's population so conservation teams can plan its future too.

Should the census not be carried out then one can not plan out an emergency conservation plan should we later find that the population is lower than has been over estimated by government.