Greetings To Our Supporters and Donors:
We are grateful for the continuous support and donations that you have shared with us as we continue to serve our people in more than 28 Villages in the META, NW Region of Cameroon Africa. Yes, the Civil unrest is still ongoing and we must stay focused on our goals and objectives in order to stay alive. The US State Department continues to remind us to stay safe and avoid high risk areas.
In this report we will be introducing our new CEO for Health and Sanitation. The new CEO's action plan for our organization will include collaboration with the director of our Cultural and Heritage Preservation, Art and Music Department who will be promoting a authentic musical and cultural jamboree with a two week workshop fund raiser in each of the five zones that we serve including Weh and affiliates in Liberia. Collaborating with the director will give us exposure to a group of people in which we can share awareness of HIV/AID. She will also collaborate with the ED at the World HQ JRCCA Memorial Site Flower Garden in honor of our founder PJTVTAP as we equally engaged in the Renovation of the Guest House at the HQ.
Action plan for August 2023
10/8/2023 arrival at the "JRCCA American Corner Kwojoeh Tuseh Zang Tabi TAAH META Mbengwi Momo Division NWR Cameroon, Africa.
11/8/2023 meeting with the ED Director and Chairman of the Pa John Annual Memorial Foundation and some members of the Organization
12/8/2023 meeting the people of Kwojoeh Tuseh Zang Tabi ( door to door) and TAAH .
13/8/2023 door to door meeting with the people of Toneku/Kai and TAAH.
15/8/2023 meeting with the people of Zang Tabi (door to door) TAAH, GUTAAH, KOB, BOME MEDIG, NgyenMbo and Weh.
17/8/2023 meeting with the people of Njah Etu ( door to door)
After my meeting with the people I shall now schedule a day for the general meeting involving every member of the Organization.
I shall start by coming up with an income generating activity for the organization eg the making of Laundry soap, powder soap, liquid soap and body milk. This will enable the center not to depend on you all the time . A bar of soap cost 400frs in the market but ours will be sold for 250frs or 300frs. The turn over will be use on transportation, entertainment during meetings, support for village enterprise store and restaurant to feed the hungry and those who will come to our village Library ranging from church leaders, students, adults, students, sunday school teachers, Technical college Zang-Tabi, Government school KAI, Toneku, Nja'h-Etu, Ngwokwong, Acha Tugi, hospital, Njindom, Bome Mbengwi, Barakwe, Ngyen-Mbo, Gundom, Nyen, WEH, Mechum, Bakundu , SOA, Buea, University students from Ngaoundere, Bertuoa, students from Sandy Creek High Schoo in Tyrone GA USA etc.
Next will be sensitization on health and Sanitation in our communities. We will need laundry soap , powder soap etc in washing of hands , dresses, cleaning etc. We will look at problems that come from lack of cleanliness to include renovation of Watercatchment to get fresh clean drinking water to all including visitors and visiting Medical Doctors from either DMO , Acha hospital, Bamenda, or Batibo hospital. and invite visiting nurses from our affiliates in Monrovia , Liberia and why not invite some medical assistance from CDC working in collaboration with health ministry in Mbengwi and Bamenda etc. Cleanliness is of great importance in the prevention of many kinds of infections diseases which many people in our remote communitie and villages eg infections of the guts, the eyes, the lungs, and the whole body. Personal cleanliness for hygiene and public cleanliness for Sanitation are both important.
If we take more care to eat well, to keep ourselves, our homes, and our villages clean and to be sure that our children, our elderly parents, mothers and fathers are vaccinated, we could stop most sicknesses before they start.
This is what I intended to do in August Chairman I want also to suggest that we shall create in this center as time goes on. These are things that will bring money to the Organization and also help create some jobs and employment to sustain the living with healthy and good life that many people enjoy in the developed World like in the United States of America, Great Britain, Germany, France, etc... I for one will lobby for funds for the center.
My support to the the center is buy all the materials we need in making the laundry soap powder soap etc
I shall also come up with many activities to raise funds for the center.
It's my wish also to thank you for going to make TAAH Zone 1 and the rest of the zones that we serve be ready to become promoter of sustainable awaress and education on how to prevent HIV/AIDS , seek medical care and other diseases plaquing our zones and indigeneous villages and communities , thngs are getting worse not better and we will not give up on our indigeneous families, women, girls, boys , men especially our children, boys and girls in the jungles like our founder did.. keep the legacy etc..
This is great Congratulations Chairman. Also I will organize a tournament for the women, boys and girls, youths of TAAH Zone. I love what am seeing developing from WE projects in Toneku by President Farmer group for promoting food security, Adult Litercacy project at the JRCCA Guest House American Corner in Kwojeoh, Village Library with the donation and shipment of books from Tyrone Library in collaboration with the Rotary Club from the beautiful people in Tyrone in the great state of Georgia USA! THANK YOU!
We should start something Chairman now. Our actions should speak louder than words. Let's start with the Nja'h-ETU Health center. Organize seminars on HIV/Aids focusing on the youths population.
I think one of the fastest means to send our messages through is to have seminars with church groups eg the CYFs , CWFs, CMFs. Here you will have people of all ages because HIV/AIDS is not transmitted only amongst the youths .
From here we shall come up with plan and strategy to target the other zones 1,2, 3,4, and 5.
Hopefully, our new CEO for Health and Sanitation will make a difference for the families in our zones who might become victims of HIV/AID. Collaborating with other leaders will ensure that the word about HIV/AID is continuing to be spreaded with many voices throughout all villages and communities. We hope that you will continue to share your resources with us in our fight to end HIV/AID. We must continue to find the necessary funds to provide them with antiviral drugs and other modern strategies that will help our cause.