Marie Stopes International is No Friend of Africa

For Immediate Release: November 30, 2018 Contact: Deborah M. Piroch, HLI PR Director Email: dpiroch@hli.org FRONT ROYAL, Virginia [November 30, 2018] HLI is delighted that the government of Kenya has banned Marie Stopes International (MSI) from advertising or doing abortions within its borders but stresses that the government must monitor compliance. Abortion is already illegal . . . Read more

Tanzanian President Pushing for True Economic Development

Rejecting the Inundation of Contraception Money In the past year I have travelled to Zimbabwe and Uganda. In both African countries, I was stunned by the pervasiveness of pro-contraception propaganda. I traveled over 1200 miles across Uganda. Everywhere I went I encountered huge billboards stoking fear about the consequences of unintended pregnancy and pushing all . . . Read more

The Ultimate Gift – HLI and the Birth of “Happiness”

Tanzanian teen Neema Kavishe (19), a resident of Arusha, was devastated when she found she was pregnant and the father abdicated all parental responsibility. She had been desperately in need of school funds to continue her secondary education, but her poor parents were not able to help. Then in June, 2016, Neema was approached by . . . Read more

President of Tanzania Expresses Openness to Life

“Not too early, not too late; not too many and not too close.” This is the guideline that population control groups give to many women starting their families in Tanzania. The new president, however, has signaled that his administration will push instead for policies that demonstrate openness to life. According to some reports, he has . . . Read more

Where the Faith is Alive…

Praise God! Our pro-life training conference here in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania has been a great success. Dr. Brian Clowes, Emil Hagamu and I have been sharing with regional pro-life leaders what we’ve learned in our travels about the tactics and well-known strategies of the population control industry and what has worked in stopping them. . . . Read more

Eliminating the Poor is not a Solution to Poverty

Population control groups are taking advantage of a leadership transition period in Tanzania, and are intensifying their activities in the country. Their mission is a frightening one: reducing the number of poor people in order to reduce poverty. This outrageous and backwards strategy is awkwardly promoted under the false name of women’s empowerment and choice, . . . Read more

Reproductive Health Campaign Aimed at African University Students

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania – Population control-inspired “reproductive health” training programs are underway at Tanzanian universities this month, warned Emil Hagamu, director of English-speaking Africa for Human Life International. The pro-life advocate is warning students enrolled in colleges and universities to beware the ideology that underlies the programs targeting students from ages 19 to 24. . . . Read more

What Can We Do?

Only an hour ago we had been lamenting yet another incredibly bad road. Here in the Ugandan outback, it is as pointless to complain about the roads as it is to complain about politicians in America, but railing against the unchangeable can lighten the mood. But on the way out of a small village in . . . Read more

HLI Tanzania: Model for Pro-Life Action

Once you attack children, you attack the nation… We don’t need condoms. We don’t need contraception. We don’t need abortion. – Emil Hagamu, director of English-speaking Africa for Human Life International   Emil Hagamu is one of millions of Africans who increasingly wonder what wealthy Western nations want from Africa. All over the continent, the . . . Read more

Discussing Population Control with the Media in Tanzania

This past week our office received visitors from the media who wanted to talk about some of the current issues that affect our society in Tanzania, including population control. The first to arrive were two journalists from Channel Ten television. They wanted to know about the population control agenda in our country, taking into account . . . Read more