End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa

by John Retreat Foundation Internation USA Inc (JRFIUSA-INC)
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End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
End HIV/AIDS in 28 Villages in NW Cameroon, Africa
Sponsors of the JRCCA Global Women Empowerment
Sponsors of the JRCCA Global Women Empowerment
Greetings To Our Donors and Sponsors;
The JRCCA BHO Women Empowerment Team organized a Fantastic JRCCA Global Women Empowerment Workshop in June  that was to be implemented in July of 2022.  Keeping in mind that we are still under going a civil conflict in which no one knows when we might be subjected to Ghost Days in which we have to remain in doors.  The day and time was set and with minimum amount of marketing a group of women representing several villages showed up for the workshop.  Happy Days are here again for this one joyous event in which people were abe to get together and enjoy an outstanding presentation, fellowship and eat good traditional Cameroon food.  The event was so successful that the Women Empowerment Team decided to make this workshop a monthly event to provide health information about HIV/AIDS in our 28 villages and five zones.
More than 20 people who attended this workshop was really impressed with the workshop and the creative activities that were presented! The ladies did an outstanding job of putting this presentation together.  It was very informative and interactive including participation by the males who dropped by this open meeting.  Diversity was quite  evident with the mixed audience as this is a problem in which both male and females needs to be educated in order to achieve our goal of ending HIV/AIDS in our 28 villages especially during our current civil crisis in which volunteers and workers are unable to freely go into the villages and share educational information due to the war environment. 
We are  looking forward to the sustainable development plan for generations to continue which requires each member, employee and volunteer to sacrifice in the pursuit of the objectives or action steps and SMART GOALS of JRCCA plan of action for HIV/AIDS, in line with the SNT Model to accomplish the mission and vision of the founding father, not forgetting the unrelenting efforts of the President and Chairman of JRFIUSA in support thereof, the committee shall in the days ahead invite all members, employees and volunteers of JRCCA to meet and discuss ways to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS in our 28 villages in line with the Founders Vision,  goals , objectives to  create jobs and employment for all in all 5 zones that we serve. The lack of jobs and money is a handicapping condition for HIV/AIDS victims to pay for health services and medications needed to control this crisis.
Currently we have attracted the attention of Liberal who have submitted a request to partner with JRCCA's Women Empowerment Team and collaborate on projects that will be of mutual benefit to both countries.  Nine volunteers from Liberia have submitted application to join with JRCCA to implement a Satellite Rotary Club that will allow us to request support from the international Rotary Club for our projects.  The District Governor in Cameroon has approved our request and we are in the process of recruiting five Rotary Clubs in Cameroon and Five Rotary Clubs in Georgia, USA to collaborate and network and provide support for our proposal to the Interntional Rotary Club for funding and resources for our joint projects to include health services.
We have received a request from a representative in Zambia  who will be visiting Mbatu Kingdom and coming to teach in Cameroon and sensitize the communities/villages on real issues which includes sex and drugs, dating and courtship, healthy sexual reproduction, child marriages, marriages and human rights.  Request is for JRCCA to be involved in organizing people to come together and invite girls and boys, mother and fathers to attend a conference and learn more on the real issues.  This will be a great opportunity for us to work with an expert from outside to help up make our people aware for the need to keep training everyone so that they will be ready to teach others when they return to their homes after the Civil unrest. Sustainable Education , training  , communications,  integrity,  hardwork, commitment,  etc equals to success.
In conslusion of this quarterly report;
Goals and Action steps by the women empowerment committee includes: SMART GOAL---
To organize and carry out a program on Friday 26th, 27th and 28th of August, 2022 on the
topic: "How to maintain good health and be consistent in providing medication for HIV patients."
The purpose of this program will be to help women, men, boys,girls and children who are victims of HIV/AIDS.
This program will enable them to be able to take their medication with less stress. For the past years
statistics have shown that most victims do not take their drugs due to lack of means to do so.
Action steps for this workshop includes:
Forming a committee that will work closely with HIV/AIDS victims in all five zones,
Sending out information to churches, njangi groups and invite all the victims of HIV/AIDS to come for
the program at a site in their zone to be coordinated with Zone Director and SNT Chairperson. 
Submit report after every action taken to the SNT Tuesday Leadership Meeting as a way of monitoring
progress of programs in all five zones.  Find ways to raise funds locally to help victims be able to purchase
medications needed to control this crisis.

Proposed plan of action:
This workshop program will be carried out once at the end of every mont at the BHO office in Yde. This will enable the patients to get their drugs and equally support them with food stuffs like beans, soya beans, vegetables and fish. This
will help to build their immune system.

The  Women Empowermenet team is concerned and wish that the organization should look in to the cases of those suffering from malaria which is also on the rise in Cameroon.  Statistics shows that its increasing in our community. Mosquito nets were distributed  along with and  malaria kits  which really helped the communities/villages.  After some time the crisis has returned because officials were no longer monitoring.
We are grateful for any support and donations regardless of size or amount that will help us offer more services and resources to the victims of HIV/AIDS in our five zones.  With the Civil crisis and lack of funds we are limited as to what services and resources we can make available to our people.  We are thanking you in advance for any support or donations that you can provide to us as we go about providing humanitarian services to our fellow brothers and sisters.
Thank you!
Sponsors of JRCCA Global Women Empowerment
Sponsors of JRCCA Global Women Empowerment
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Greetings To Our Donors And Supporters:

We are grateful and thankful for this opportunity to share with you the progress that our volunteers have been making in trying to remain on task and deliver effective services to our people in the English Speaking region of the Momo Division in Cameroon, Africa.  Despite the many challenges that we are dealing with in the NW Region including the Civil Unrest and weekly lock downs, poor communication network and travel by highway from one town to the next, we have been able to stay the course and follow our SNT Model (Success Networking and Training) SMART GOALS and ACTION STEPS to provide limited services at the most to the IDPs in our Five Zones.  We are looking forward to when we can venture out to the more than 28 Villages and carry our message and promotion about HIV/AIDS in Cameroon, Africa.

The Highlights for our volunteers during the period from March 10, 2022 through April 24, 2022 was the marketing and promotion of the  First annual Legacy Celebration for our founder  who passed in the US on March 10, 2021 and his remain was transferred back to his home base of Zang Tabi, Meta Cameroon where he was laid to rest at his Guest House.  The planning and marketing for this event gave our volunteers the opportunity to contact other organizations, disability groups, churches, local international leaders and individuals and spread the word about the humanitarian causes like AIDS/HIV that our founder stood for and implemented during his life when he traveled from Africa throughout many states in the USA including GA where he passed on March 10, 2021.  Each day throughout the Legacy Campaign background information was posted in each Zone's Media Forum and the Main Forum which provided participants world-wide the opportunity to view our Founder's  wisdom and work. 

Using the Internet Forums and face to face visit with pastors and churchs we were able to  communicate a positive reputation in all five zones which went a long way to enhance trust for our volunteers which has been damaged for any outside groups due to the Civil Unrest.  The people in the villages, communities are afraid and have low level trust for anyone or group coming from outside their village.

On Sunday April 24, 2022, which also coincided at (TAD) markets day as traditionallly called by the indigeneous people in Tewedikum Tribe one of the 280 tribes that make up Cameroon, meetings were held and  our Founder was recognized in special services dedicated to the life of our Founder and was broadcasted via Zoom internationally and included partication from home-base sites in all five zones and  world wide in Celebration as well as in the USA in the home where he lived while in the USA  of  our Founder's  First Annual Legacy event. 

Here we will share a summary on JRCCA's  SNT Health  Facility Lead Community Committee (FLCM)  meeting activities from Health Department during the Legacy Celebration of our Founder from March 10 to  April 24, 2022.   During the visit patients should be handed for dispensation in the community by the Facility Lead Community  (FLCM) team after all efforts made by the case manager to dispense the patient onsite fails (this applicable from 7 days upward). Exceptions could hold for patients dispensed during support groups.  Those dispensed in the direction where activities were planned, disabled and/or elderly persons who cannot come to the facility and during lock down days.  It was also agreed that  Defaulters and Lost to Follow-up ( LTFU) Clients should be handed to teams for search in the community when attempts to have them onsite have failed. Normally before patients are line, listed for dispensation by the community teams, the case manager must have made all efforts for the patient to pick up medication at facility and it failed or at least called and prepared the patient that another colleague will be bringing his medication along.  This makes the job easier for the community team member when they go to dispense in the community.

Patients line listed for Viral Load (VL) collection in the community be those who have
challenges coming for sample collection in the facility, VL collection could also be done in
support groups or during dispensation. The line listing of patients either for dispensation or viral
load should be done and handed to the team once to avoid reporting on particular patients several
times under patient's line listed, once line listed they can only report on them again if the
objective is met.

Some of the concerns raised by the regional team was that of communication where guidance is provided to the teams on the field but at the end the reports still showed a lot of inconsistencies.  Site leads and Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) team of the main project do not take time to look at the data reported to the region for their respective sites.

Recommendations:

The team was encouraged to review their daily and weekly reports and correct what has
been shared with the regional team.  Make an effort to offer Index Testing ( ICT) to cases identified, get information on CPs, work
with index tester to document in the ICT register.  Case Manager should follow up patients well before handing to community teams in case the patient does not come to the facility for services.   Collection systems onsite be reviewed and gaps closed.  Outreach register should be documented systematically and in a way that it can be understood by everyone  Team advised to report only on the patients given to them for tracking and sample collection in the community and not the entire list of patients.  Continue to seek ways of improving case identification.  Correct data on ICT.  Once patients have been line listed for tracking in the community the team should capture the number line listed just once and only follow up to report on those brought back in the
weeks that follow and not duplicate the number line listed across the weeks.

Based on this dissuasions and recommendations, we are planning for an orientation zoom call for
every first and last Fridays of the week from 11am to 12PM. Thhis schedule can be altered  depending on the understanding of the teams on the work they are supposed to do. Site leads and other team  members are also encouraged to create time and follow up for more understanding.  During the next 90 days we hope to improve participation in all five zones by all IDPs and work on improving our inadequate compliance system, poor management system and need for more financial support from our stake holders to improve on our work, health and safety system in all five zones.  Our sincere appreciation for your continuous support and donations.

JRCCA Health Committee. 

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Greetings To Our Supporters and Donors;

HIV/AIDS and Covid 19 cotinues to be a major concern in the five zones that we serve in the NW English speaking region of Cameroon, Africa.  JRCCA's health team continues to be aware of the need to continue to provide health education and support to our indigenous people who continues to suffer from the deadly affects of this virus which has been devestating in its impact to kill  our people throughout our five zones.

Cameroon is the only African nation that is receiving some special technical aid and financial support from the United States to combat HIV/AIDS and, we are  continuing to provide education awareness, medicine and health care for in patient and out patient, inclucing providing services in  training more members of our health team on prevention measures to be use for the entire population to include those with HIV/AIDS in the 28 villages in META,  which is the English speaking NW Region of Cameroon, Africa.  JRCCA Serves 5 zones, 4 zones within the Meta tribe and the 5th zone being  on the international level due to the Civil conflict in Cameroon.

Due to the ongoing crisis, there have been frequent lock-downs in which the people have to remain indoors.  Doing these frequent lock-downs by the government, movement by health teams are limited with poor  security, poor connectivity  with the internet network etc. in the NW Region of Cameroon where most members of our health committee are located and has a major impact on the team's ability to provide consistent services  in part of the zone as we are only  able to manage communicate  with our leaders in the field.

In our previous report we indicated that many people have been responding to abstenance and treatment with an estimate of about 30 persons who are currently under-going follow up treatment in the Mbengwi district Hospital,

Our Health Committee team is located in zone 5 headed by our JRCCA SNT Leader who reported from the SANTA DISTRICT HOSPITAL SITE where she conducted OBSERVATION OF ACTIVITIES CARRIED OUT DURING SITE MENTORING.  The mentor sent was an Index Tracer(IT)  to work with my team to strengthen ICT services. She came in on Tuesday 14/12/2021.  She was able to gain acquaintance with my team and work with the data officer to pull out some data relating to ICT and presented it to the team.She gave the team insight on what index testing is all about, how to do it, key aspects about it (like its voluntary, client centered), common mistakes (like assuming that a client is too old to have a sexual contact, assuming client has only a spouse, asking close ended questions, amongst others). She gave staff an opportunity to practice and everyone gave corrections, then she carried out a sample interview/counseling session on a staff.

SDH is required to test 300 contact persons this project year, FY21 and to identify 45 positives. These gives a quarterly target of 75 tests with 11 positives. As at 16/12/2021 SDH had tested 14 contacts with 4 positives leaving a gap of 61 tests and 7 positives. Giving a cumulative target of 136 tests and 18 positives by the end of quarter 2.

Looking at data from October 2020, 216 clients were yet to receive ICT, 262 contacts don’t have an outcome in DAMA. 134 of these contact persons were biological children leaving 128 contacts to be followed up again. DAMA to print out these contacts for follow up.   The files of clients yet to receive ICT were pulled out. Those that had been offered the service but weren’t documented were identified and entered into the register for DAMA to update. Sticky notes were placed on the others indicating the need for ICT upon their next refill.  ICT was offered to the 6 defaulters that were brought back to care. Clients with HVL are contact traced by the site lead.

We had a time of brainstorming to see what could be done to get results. We have 5 satelite sites in our district and have given them strips, so that in case we have contacts there we can get the contacts to go for a test there.   So everyone in my team can offer ICT satisfactorily. She hammered on the need for appropriate documentation. We look forward to better days ahead and are grateful for the opportunity to have someone walk with us.

We are grateful for the continous financial benefits that our nation is receiving to assist us in combating HIV/AIDS in our 28 villages in the English speaking NW Region of Cameroon, Africa.  Without this aid and assistance, HIV/AIDS would spread like a wildfire among these indigenious people with little or no education and the lack of health care facilities while we are in the midst of this Civil conflict in our region.  We are grateful for the support and donations that our supporters and donors have contributed to assist us in achieving our goals and mission to end HIV/AIDS in our 28 villages.

 

Our Sincere Appreciation;

 

 

 

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Greetings to our sponsors and supporters;

The purpose of this project is to train members of our health team to provide education awareness, medicine and health care and prevention measures to the population impacted with HIV/AIDS in 28 villages in NW Region of Cameroon, Africa in all 28 villages or five zones.  Each zone has a health coordinator who serves on the leadership or SNT team and is responsible for communicating with members and potential members in each zone in collaboration with the Zone Director. 

The lack of knowledge and contraceptives caused a high rise in  in HIV/AIDS in the 28 villages in the NW/SW Regions of Cameroon.  Due to the on-going crisis in the NW Region, we have not been successful in using mobile units to educate our people in the 28 villages and neighbouring communities. People are still being killed for being in the wrong place at the wrong time.  A couple of weeks ago, a church member was killed and the pastor was wounded at a PCC site.  However, we have been able to increase communication in all five zones through the use of zoom, conference calls, mandatory weekly meeting as well as face-to-face meetings. 

As HIV/AIDS  and Covid - 19 have been a Major concern in our five zones that we serve, JRCCA NGO have been sensitising our indigenous people who have been suffering from this deadly disease that has killed many in their ignorance. JRCCA health and sanitation committee have continued to follow-up with awareness on the symptoms, prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS in the five zones that we serve.

Following this education and awareness given to the people by JRCCA health committee many have been responding to abstinence and treatment.  Concerning HIV/AIDS in Zone 4, the head of the JRCCA health committee  has reported that the number of affected people from the disease is gradually reducing in this Zone. Presently the number of infected people can be estimated to be 30 persons who are currently following up treatment in Mbengwi district hospital. From the previous years till present date at the level of the Health Centers in this zone, JRCCA health committee have been directing pregnant women to get treatment, lactating mothers to prevent the spread of the disease from mother to child and infected persons follow up treatment at the Health district hospital.

Concerning zone two and three, it is reported that the disease has increased from 50% to 60%. The committee in this zone is working hard in creating more awareness and educating the indigenous people on symptoms, prevention, abstinence and treatment who are in the bushes because of the crisis going on seriously in their zone.

Concerning zone five in WEH Wum our JRCCA health committee leader reported that the   committee leaders have been carrying on continuous follow-up with the indigenous people in creating more awareness and educating the population of the indigenous people in WEH on the preventive measures, symptoms, and treatment of HIV/ADIS.

The number of infected in this area is decreasing. The statistics have been, Adults from 12 years to 60=59 infected and 9 reduced. Youths from 14-25 =18 infected three reduced. Some of those infected are internally displaced families in Yaounde have been referred to the district hospital Effulan Yaounde by our JRCCA health committee leader for continuous treatment and follow-up by Madam Glory our JRCCA health committee leader here in Yaounde.

We are unable to give the report from zone one because of the crisis and network connection. The report will be coming later as soon as our health committee leader gets network and able to communicate.  Lack of connectivity is one of the major problems that our committee have to overcome to get to the people.  Our NGO is working on providing network communication to all zones which will assist in providing services to all from the bottom to the top.

 On Wednesday 25 August 2021 during our weekly leadership training meeting chairman of JRFIUSA conducted a mini interview amongst representatives from all the five zones to find out the education and awareness levels and the current situation of the Killer disease HIV/AIDS in more than 28 villages and the 5 zones that we serve. Zone 1 representative like zone 5 reported that the HIV/AIDS awareness education project is required for our community. Zone 5 Director equally reported that this killer disease has long been considered as a Taboo not to talk about in our communities,hoseholds and many relatives and friends died out of ignorance.

Today we still don’t have a cure and this remain a big concern among our women, youths, and men in our communities in Cameroon. This was the general agreement amongst the team leaders to sustain the program to extend helping create sustainable education on other diseases like Covid-19, malaria, Hernia,  Typhoid, cholera, waterborn diseases and other tropical diseases affecting many in our communities and households in our villages. Our Education and awareness program continues.. Onward and upward .All best to you and thank you for your continued support!

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Greeting To Our Sponsors and Supporters:

We would like to thank all of you for the continuous support that has been provided to our organization that will help us educate our people to end or reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS in our 28 Villages in the NW English speaking region in Cameroon, Africa.  We are still reporting that the NW region of Cameroon continue to be in civil crisis and is not safe for performing humanitarian work to the peoples at this time.

The sad news is that on March 10, 2021 the Elder, patriarch and Founder of our organization Pa John transistioned from Tyrone, Georgia to be with our Heavenly Father.  Although this was a sad occasion, the people from our 28 Villages had an opportunity to come out and say good-bye.  As arrangements were being made to transport his remains back to Kwojeoh Tuseh near TEHNAAM in Zang Tabi TAAH Meta Mbengwi Momo Division in the NW region of Cameroon for his last resting place, our JRCCA NGO continued to Educate our communities on HIV/AIDs, by defining the meaning of HIV/AIDs which is Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.

HIV is a virus and AIDs is when all the anti bodies are affected. After educating them, we adviced and refer them to near by clinics in our four zones to go for screening. We have informaion about the point of contact at the Mbengwi health unit provided by our Executive Director at " JRCCA American Corner in Mbengwi Momo Division NWR" in Cameroon. 

As of now, because of the crisis going on, we promise to meet with them in the nearest future to see their various status meanwhile, those that were already identified we encouraged them to continue with their treatment.

Here we will like to point out and say on the 19th of April 2021 when our founder Pa John's corps finally arrived in Cameroon at the NSIMALENE  airport in Yaounde, we collaborated with the Cameroon Government, Governor of Centre Region,in Yaounde who approved authorization to bring the remains through Yaounde Airport to the Mayor and the DO  in Mbengwi who authorized the remains to stay in the Mbengwi Mortuary for about a week and we're  teaching people on  hygiene and cleaniness which included HIV prevention. On 24 April we organized leadership meeting to plan for the celebration in Yaounde attendance from 5 zones ,more than 30 participants with representatives from United States of America;Prince, Linda and Giddy from the USA.  Our health department was also present at MECUDA Cultural House where our founder's corps was laid at state for about 3 hours for the, viewing, speakers upon speakers revelations about PA John's life and Celebration of his life the kickstarted for all the local community members in the Yaounde; Capital of Cameroon to pay their last respect to our patriach Pa John.

The President of JRCCA did  a powerful presentation, on our sustainable education, training and teaching on our programs activities to include food security, honey bee hives, women empowerment, livestock farming, hygyien,health and sanitation, Social distancing following DOs of Mbengwi's directions, about more than 100 persons and we continued to collaborate with the local government in Mbengwi where the DO and the Mayor of Mbengwi and council members also joined us by issuing a written authorization for the burial of the founder in his home town at Kwojeoh Zang-Tabi  following conditions you can see in the attachment where by we continued to give advise at the burial on absteinance, used of Condoms so that our people can live a happy life. 

At the burial, we share information from the DO proir to the event on 29 April and adviced all to followed the restrictions and prevention of the Cameroon Government issued by the Divisional Officer on social distancing, wearing of mask and limited number of persons at the Mbengwi mutuary and at the burial ground. There was safety and everything went on well at the burial compound .

An incident happened out of the compound where two women were fighting where one lady suspected the other to have had a deal with her husband and the President of JRCCA who is a member of our health committee was invited to come and resolve it. President went and counsel the two women on HIV /AIDs and prevention.  From the time that Pa John's remains entered into the country our health team was on stand by due to the fact there were large  crowds to eat, drink, greet and socialize for the return of a patriarch, native son of the soil.  We are looking forward to providing our health services to the many visitors who will visit the Pa John Legacy and Memorial site to honor his legacy and humanitarian work in the NW Region.  We are grateful and thankful for your continued support of this organization.

Sincere Appreciation

 

JRCCA Team

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