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Can’t be Silent any more-End Sexual Abuse & Violence Against Women.

HTP Violence Against Women

Sexual Abuse as part of Violence against Women, Girls and children both male and females is a global crisis. The victims are suffering with the majority silent due to the unstable situation there subjected too. This is happening at work places, universities/ schools, prisons, homes, sports, some places of worship, government institutions and many more.

Heal The Planet Global Organisation-HTP under its multiple Departments including Women, Children, Human Rights & Legal is undertaking measure to end this violence on individual levels, community, Government and others.

We have developed measures through which advocacy, social protection, counselling, healing and other solutions are given and in some circumstances legal action is taken, media exposure and to some levels negotiations for rehabilitation and compensation as well as justice is pursued.

Contact us today at sexualabuse@healdeplanet.org. It doesn’t matter where you’re, we have developed allies in legal fraternities, police, organisations, government and other institution who we work with to assist you so don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you’re in Asia, Middle East, Australia, Europe, Russia, USA, Canada, Central America, South America/ Latin America, Islands, Africa and beyond.

Violence against women (VAW), also known as gender-based violence and sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) is, collectively, violent acts that are primarily or exclusively committed against women and girls. Sometimes considered a hate crime, this type of violence is gender-based, meaning that the acts of violence are committed against women and girls expressly because they are female. The UN Declaration on the Elimination of Violence Against Women states, “violence against women is a manifestation of historically unequal power relations between men and women” and “violence against women is one of the crucial social mechanisms by which women are forced into a subordinate position compared with men.”

Kofi Annan, former Secretary-General of the United Nations, declared in a 2006 report posted on the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) website:

Violence against women and girls is a problem of pandemic proportions. At least one out of every three women around the world has been beaten, coerced into sex, or otherwise abused in her lifetime with the abuser usually someone known to her.

Violence against women can fit into several broad categories. These include violence carried out by “individuals” as well as “states”. Some of the forms of violence perpetrated by individuals are: rape, domestic violence, sexual harassment, reproductive coercion, female infanticide, prenatal sex selection, obstetric violence, and mob violence; as well as harmful customary or traditional practices such as honor killings, dowry violence, female genital mutilation, marriage by abduction and forced marriage. Some forms of violence are perpetrated or condoned by the state such as war rape; sexual violence and sexual slavery during conflict; forced sterilization; forced abortion; violence by the police and authoritative personnel; stoning and flogging. Many forms of VAW, such as trafficking in women and forced prostitution are often perpetrated by organized criminal networks.

The World Health Organization (WHO), in its research on VAW, has analyzed and categorized the different forms of VAW occurring through all stages of life from before birth to old age.

In recent years, there has been a trend of approaching VAW at an international level, through instruments such as conventions; or, in the European Union, through directives, such as the directive against sexual harassment, and the directive against human trafficking.

Rape, Violence against victims, Marital rape, Domestic violence, Diagnosis planning, Honor killings, Dowry violence, Forced marriage, Force-feeding, Abuse related to son-preference, Acid throwing, Reproductive coercion, Mob violence, Dating abuse, Sexual violence on college campuses, Restrictions on freedom of movement, Denial of medical care, Stalking, Sexual harassment, Human trafficking and forced prostitution, Mistreatment of widows, Accusations of witchcraft, State violence, War rape and sexual slavery during military conflict, Forced sterilization and forced abortion, Violence by the police and other authority figures, Stoning and flogging, Female genital mutilation

Breast ironing, Obstetric violence, Violence against indigenous women, Violence against immigrant and refugee women, Sport-related violence by male college athletes, Cyberbullying


HTP Mourns Tororo Bishop John Lokwango

Our hearts are with the family and the rest of the fraternities morning fallen Tororo Bishop Lokwango John who passed on this week on 10th April 2018.  When we learnt of the news of his demise we were broken in pieces and we have no enough words to express our condolences especially the sweat memorable time we spent with him on 6th August 2016 during HTP 1st Top 100 Pastors Retreat at J& M Hotel Bwebajja. Its a thorn to us especially when we’re still morning  Pastor Nakafeero Zelubabel Sifa who passed on 4 months ago, was equally a delegate of the same summit! This is just too much of us.

For us as HTP we can’t forget Bishop Lokwango’s smiling face, his vote of thanks with phrases “You have organised such a great summit for us to meet as spiritual leaders, I have liked everything including the delicious meal we have had”.

This man of God  drove 220 km from Tororo Eastern Uganda to Bwebbaja on Entebbe road, he glad paid conference fee of 160k UGX for him and his assistant and when we were giving him  some transport allowance he refused and said you have done more than money please use it to clear bills! He moved us and since then once in a while we have been communicating to check up on him.

We have seen hundreds of posts by mourners on his Facebook wall https://www.facebook.com/bishopjohn.lokwango and this shows how much people  loved, learnt and were blessed by him.

We shall forever miss you.

RIP Bishop John Lokwango.

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HTP VP Meets South Sudan President Gen Salvar Kiir Mayadirt

Heal The Planet Global Organization Vice President- Africa Franklin Mondo Mugisha-Ps has held talks with South Sudanese Head of State H.E Salvar Kirr this . The meeting  took place on Wednesday 04th April 2018 at the Presidential Palace in the Khartoum Capital and was aimed at Strengthening Diplomacy between HTP and Promoting Peace in the world’s youngest nation.

Mondo also  joined in prayer Regional  Stability and Love aswell as Unity . “I’m humbled For the Fellowship and Welcome” he thanked his Host in Juba.

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Franklin had earlier met the Vice President Of Republic of South Sudan 🇸🇸 Gen.Prof.James Wani Igga in His Office

Moving Piece from HTP Ambassador in Dar-es-salaam

361e601b3aaab3f873a1a97efe646bbd--tanzania-flag-flag-faceAtleast I have caught a glimpse of the event. It was really unfortunate that I didn’t attend but I was with you in heart and on mind since Iam part of HTP Family.
Allow me to extend my sincere greetings and authentic appreciations to all members who left their personal responsibilities hanging to come and attend the Summit. My God reward you abundantly and all you discussed come out positive for the future benefit of our lovely Nation Uganda, East Africa, Africa and the entire World at large. Oh God bless Uganda, Bless East Africa, Bless Africa, oh our living God bless the Whole World. Amen.
I know there are so many challenges the Organization (HTP) is encountering within its efforts to Change The Dark Continent into a glittering and shinning one. Members, allow me to assure you that Those are (challenges) just stumbling blocks always inevitable in daily life. You all know challenges are books we have to read every day. Let’s not loosen the grip, we should always stay focused since Success belongs to those who can see light at the end of the tunnel.
Let me also take this opportunity to thank you all dear members of HTP for the work you’ve done , still doing and that I assign you to continue doing…. this of linking people from different areas,countries and Globally in general hence extending the boarders purposely for expansion of HTP organization. Please, please keep that spirit high. let people know about this, let them know our Mission.Did you know that there’re so many actions that people frequently, profusingly do degrading the World such as poor hygiene, waste disposal, unnecessary conflicts that result into bloodshed, political, instability??!! … to mention but a few.
All the above mentioned grievances can’t be got rid of unless the society is aware of their sources and consequences. Currently, planet Earth is experiencing global warming . “A deadly MONSTER” silently,,, smoothly,,,, causing deaths and extinction among Fauna and Flora but the World( the causative agents) is just overlooking it simply because they’re are focusing on the Brightest side of the moon. .. just their personal benefits?!
There are so many undealt questions that need answers. A lot of problems are hanging without solutions, Severe diseases are left untackled yet vaccines and remedies are with us. With those few words let me one-off and wish you nice stay where you’re as we tirelessly,,courageously ,,tackle the basic and crucial issues for betterment of the World.
I remain.
Yours at work,
Ambassador, HTP
Bumaali. Ssegirinya.
From Dares salaam, Tanzania’ Thanks

HTP Receives Donation for Refugee Program in West Nile Uganda.

HTP Recieves Donation for Yumbe Refugee Camp (4)
Claire Wandera & Hon Kivumbi Earnest Benjamin President General HTP

Today Heal The Planet Global Organisation- HTP has received 20 Cartons of Rwenzori Mineral Water worth 348,000/=UGX from a Lake Victoria based Company as donation for HTP Program on Refugees. The items alongside others will go to Refugees at BidiBidi Refugee Camp in Yumbe District on the Border of South Sudan-DRC & Uganda West Nile Sub region. On behalf of Heal The Planet Global Organisation-HTP we’re grateful for this aid which we shall deliver.
Kivumbi Earnest Benjamin
President General

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Register for 2017 HTP Top 500 East Africa Pastors’ Retreat & Business Summit; Also Invitation Letter

Click here to Download Invitation Letter for HTP Top 500 East Africa Pastors’ & Business Summit.  

Click here to Down Registration Form for HTP Top 500 East Africa Pastors’ & Business Summit.  Print and fill it then email scanned copy to healdeplanet@gmail.com or Whatsapp it on +256773137566

Click here to Download Agenda for HTP Top 500 East Africa Pastors’ & Business Summit. 

United Nations Grunts Special Consultative Status to Heal The Planet.

United Nations Grunts Special Consultative Status to Heal The Planet Global Organisation-HTP. The Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) at its Coordination and management meeting of April 2017 adopted the recommendation of the Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) to grant special consultative status to HTP.  UN congratulated us On behalf of all staff of the Non-Governmental Organizations Branch/OESC/DESA…

This Consultative status enables us to actively engage with

ECOSOC and its subsidiary bodies, as well as with the United Nations Secretariat, programmes, funds and agencies in a number of ways.

Consultative relationship with NGOs also enables the Council or one of its bodies to seek expert information or advice from organizations with special competence in a subject matter;

Consultative status allows you to be informed about the provisional agenda of the Economic and Social Council;

  • Organizations in general consultative status may request the Secretary- General, through the Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations, to place items of special interest in the provisional agenda of the Council.
  • Our status now entitles us to designate official representatives to the United Nations Headquarters in New York and the United Nations offices in Geneva and Vienna. Our representatives will be able to register for and participate in events, conferences and activities of the United Nations, representatives to sit as observers at public meetings of ECOSOC and its subsidiary bodies, General Assembly, Human Rights Council and other United Nations intergovernmental decision-making bodies.

HTP Tribute to Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr “Mohammad Ali” (17/01/1942 to 03/06/2016)

HTP Tribute to Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr “Mohammad Ali”


Heal The Planet Global Organisation –HTP pays tribute World fallen historical Boxing Heavy Weight Champion Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr also known as Mohammad Ali born January 17, 1942 in Louisville, Kentucky, United States of America. The news of the death of ever striking Mohammad Ali on June 3, 2016 (aged 74) in Scottsdale, Arizona, U.S deeply struck us and left us smitten.

With his Boxing record of 61 Total fights with 56 Wins by KO 37 and 5 Losses, Cassius Clay remains an icon and inspiration to many worldwide a controversial and polarizing figure both inside and outside the ring.

As a Profession Boxer Ali also remained and widely regarded as one of the most significant and celebrated sports figures of the 20th century.

From early in his career; at a time when most fighters let their managers do the talking, Ali, inspired by professional wrestler “Gorgeous George” Wagner, thrived in—and indeed craved—the spotlight, where he was often provocative and outlandish

HTP recalls sometime in March 1966, Ali refused to be inducted into the armed forces. He was systematically denied a boxing license in every state and stripped of his passport. As a result, he did not fight from March 1967 to October 1970—from ages 25 to almost 29—as his case worked its way through the appeals process before his conviction was overturned in 1971. During this time of inactivity, as opposition to the Vietnam War began to grow and Ali’s stance gained sympathy, he spoke at colleges across the nation, criticizing the Vietnam War and advocating African American pride and racial justice, we hail Ali on this for the American Vietnamese War was unnecessary and caused much pain with very many American sons dying, leaving behind widows and equally loses on the other side- we strongly condemn this.

Ali has left a strong legacy; he has met with US Presidents, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, presented with the Presidential Citizens Medal by President Bill Clinton. In November 2005, he received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President George W. Bush Jr followed by the Otto Hahn Peace Medal in Gold of the UN Association of Germany (DGVN) in Berlin for his work with the U.S. civil rights movement and the United Nations (December 17, 2005).  We also see The Muhammad Ali Center, alongside Interstate 64 on Louisville, Kentucky’s riverfront and we want to agree with a spokesperson of his family that “certainly Muhammad was a citizen of the world” and that we grieve for him with the rest of the world.

Rest in Peace Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr

Ssalongo Najjib Ssempereza Buyondo


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