Africa 54
Reclaiming The AFrican Dream

Click here to edit subtitle

About AFrica 54


on 14th May 2014, Kivumbi Earnest Benjamin (L with H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni) a Ugandan Politician, aged 25 and President of Heal The Planet Global Organisation-HTP ( Presented a paper to HTP Team in which he stipulated need to form a continental bloc for Africa that would help to confront the Challenges of Africa both currently and for the future.

A continent that has thrived through slave trade, colonialism, coups, civil wars, disease, poverty, natural calamities like floods, famine, human rights violation and instability would reclaim the dream of it's predecessors under a combined and unified loud voice.

This could see the raise of better standards of living of the people of Africa, improved transport, free mobility of labor, growth of the economy, boosting of Tourism, sustainability of peace and security, developing of industries, conservation of Aquatic and Wild life as well as protection and conservation of the environment at the continent will see Africa emerge into a super power ever of all times.

Today Africa 54 is yet to hold a summit in Kampala, Speke Resort Munyonyo and see the launch of this historical bloc by Heads of State from 12th-14th Dec 2014.

The aspect of a political federation might not be soon anytime but the sense of a unified factor and cooperation as well as partnership and joint ventures for Military, Security, Trade, Transport, Education, Banking, Communication, Health, Research and so much more are exceptional factors.

With this deal, its of no doubt that Africa 54 will achieve more than A.U which of course we highly appreciate for standing the test of time but in order to redefine and reclaim the African Dream, we've got to move much faster than this hence the call for Africa.


The objectives for which the organisation is established are:

(a) To develop mechanisms that will lead to the unification and federation of African nations-understanding that unity is power.

(b) To maintain continental peace and security, and to that end: to take effective collective measures for the prevention and removal of threats to the peace, and for the suppression of acts of aggression or other breaches of peace, and to bring about by peaceful means, and in conformity with the principles of justice and international law, adjustment and or settlement of continental disputes or situations which might lead to a bleach of peace.

(c) To empower African nations economically in order to attain prosperity and development through infrastructure development, communications, technology, free trade and mobility of labor, goods and services. Establishing of AFRICA 54 TV, Radio, News Paper, Movie Industry, Research  and Aeronautic Space Centre, Continental Railway line, Airline, Ships and water vessels for transport and military purposes.

(d) To develop friendly relations among nations based on the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples, and to take other appropriate measures to strengthen continental peace.

(e) To strengthen Africa to be self-reliant and independent rather than being a beggar, survivor and dependent on foreign aid. Africa relation with the outside world should be on principle of mutual ties and agreements on trade, military, security, medical and scientific research rather than inferiority and dependence.

(f) To establish education and training of international standards that suit African current and future needs. This necessitates building of schools, universities, colleges and tertiary institutions to provide education needs and support of the African people.

(g) To achieve continental cooperation in solving continental problems of economic, social, cultural, or humanitarian character ,and in promoting democracy and encouraging respect of human rights and fundamental freedoms for all without distinction as to race, sex, language, or religion; and

(h) To be a center of harmonizing the actions of nations in the attainment of these common ends.

(i) To combat calamity, insurgency, disaster, disease outbreak and any form of attack occurring in any member state, including famine, floods, riots, infernal, volcanic eruptions, landslides, earth quake, pipeline spills, ship wreckage, plane crushes amongst others that require extra support and intervention.

(j) To promote African talents and culture through music, books, movies, sports and give equal and create opportunities for the people of Africa.

(k) To enforce environmental and climate protection programs, preserve wild and aquatic life as well as preserving swamps, forests and promote tourism.

(l) To draft and guide states on better uniformity laws as a way of promoting peace, protection of human rights and development.

(m) To monitor and observe elections in African states on different levels including parliamentary and presidential.

(n) To make seasonal reports and publish research and findings about state of Africa and various issues including education, nature, health, democracy, human rights, population, development, security, economy amongst others.

(o) To advise on goods and materials entering Africa and ensure high quality standards of imports in order to protect the health of people and domestic/ industrial consumption. In addition to limit smuggling of guns and illegal military wares that could instigate terrorism, civil wars and rebels upprisings.

(p) To fight corruption, graft, embezzlement of public funds, extortion and any form of abuse of public office and make bearers of public offices accountable while executing there services.

(q) To do all such other things other than and additional to these expressed herein above as are or may be thought to be conducive or incidental to the attainment of the objectives or any of the objectives and either alone or in conjunction with others and by or through agents or otherwise and the intention is that each of the objectives set out above shall in no way be limited or restricted by reference to or interference from the terms of any other objects.