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Women's Rights in 28 Villages Cameroon Africa

by John Retreat Foundation Internation USA Inc (JRFIUSA-INC) Vetted since 2018 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
Women's Rights in  28  Villages Cameroon Africa
: Updates from the Field prayer request October 21, 2018
Praying for Replacement of new Health care Adminitor for Njah Etu village Health Center who was killed and his wife during the Crisis.  In meantime JRCCA team is continuing while on the run working on the project that will be implimented at the JRCCA MPC American Corner in Tonekoh Meta Cameroon ..Patricia brought un Medical Doctor who distributed some few medication to the team.
see Report below  from JRCCA Team, received from Cameroon today October 21, 2018 

From: will ticha <tichawill@gmail.com>
Date: Sun, Oct 21, 2018 at 10:29 AM
Subject: Report from jrcca displaced families Cameroon.
To: Gideon Ticha <johnretreatfoundation@gmail.com>


Reports from the appeals by JRCCA
Appeals to the churches ( Ma Comfort, Ma love line, Md Wil,Ma Rose.)
We submitted Appeals with a budget of needs for more than 40 displaced families  to Presbyterian church and Cameroon Baptist convention church in Simbock Yaoundé Cameroon. After  two week we went and met with Pastor and staff, appointment respected we went to the pastors but no assistance given yet.
  We went an submitted request for assistance to the UN office in Yaoundé ( Ma Comfort, Ma love line, Mr Tito, Mr Richard) and  we are still waiting to see if they will assist us in any way. Copy of our request is attached. We went to the UN office in Yaoundé and met Mr Bouba to whom we presented our request for basic human needs and budget for more 40 families and children  displaced that we are assisting in Cameroon. After respecting several appointments no assistance yet. As of today October 21, 2018, we are still following up. List of our people can be provided upon request.
Reports from other institutions, Dangote Company( Mr Richard) on- line contacted this company on-line with the budget for 40 displaced persons in Cameroon for which up to now no reply yet. 
Madam Will contacted Ayah Ayah Foundation on-line with the budget for the displaced persons in Cameroon but Ayah Ayah Foundation said are studying  but nothing for now.
Me René equally went to D.S.MAS International a company in Yaoundé Elig-Essono, that deals with marketing of products they said will study but for now nothing.
We will also like to contact  US embassies, British Embassies in Yaoundé for assistance next week
REPORT FROM THE E-mail.
1- Following our JRCCA organizational Flow chart, we plan to have the General Counsel Chair persons to provide us with a final list of all the zonal directors that they have identified and we will add more affiliates who will serve the individual community members in the more than 28 villages and communities that we serve.  For now we are in the time of war so shipping of needs now by Jrfiusa to Jrcca will be a be distributed to all that we're currently able to reach, locate and contact, that's how the things will we distributed to them.
2-In the time  we suggest that the carrier we can identify now is CAMSHIP Douala. Detail report to come when we contact Madam Patricia and do more research on shipment of container that will also ship Craft , arts work from JRCCA HQ to JRFIUSA HQ
3-As concerns the JRCCA immediate needs we have :
A-We do not still feel safe and requesting Evacuation of us(jrcca team) from here until when calm is return we like to go back to our JRCCA HQ and continue our work .
B- Food for the next three months , and basic medical needs for children who are sick of malaria etc..
C-Rent, expire by end of October
D-Education, Need laptop to type and other workshops training materials to teach our children and our leadership, women empowerment etc
E-Health- and need for drinking water and medicine
F-Communication
G-bills
4-Restitution to status a quo when we return to JRCCA HQ
5-Suggestion of shipping produce from jrfiusa to jrcca for the displaced persons is greatly appreciated .
a-procedure for custom clearance : We will research the following:
-tax exoneration
-performance invoice of products
-transport and insurance (fret)
-choice of carrier.
b-recommend JRCCA should apply for an importer's licence (requirements from minister of Trade (commerce).
NB:looking that there are still parliamentary and councils elections our EVACUATION from here is necessary.
Signed MR RENE
Present in this meeting are Mr Richard, MA Comfort, Mr Tito,MD Wil, Ma love line, Ma Rose. Youth ambassador Ruth Amundam, ni  Ruben.

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Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone
Training local women leaders on proper hygiene
Training local women leaders on proper hygiene

 

  • identified many challenges that women are facing especially during this time of crisis in Cameroon where most of the women are been driven into the bushes and some killed
  • Action Taken:
  • Conducted 4 workshops , conferences and seminars
  • Provided basic health and sanitation training to local women leaders who go out to the forest and help trained other women and girls on basic  hygiene methods, body wash, simple ways  brush teeth.
  • broght the women and young girls from the forest to the center and feed them, tought them and pray with them
  • Planned and tained  health and sensitization education awareness educators at the center. 
  • Fed and Teach the kids at the center as well as provide adult literacy classes to local women at center. 
  • Made arrangements to bring health care experts to focus on education and sensitization on HIV/AIDS  killer disease amongst community members and youths in villages and forest during this time of crisis in Cameroon. Identified other diseases plaquing the community and plan on strategy to come up with preventative ways.
  • Identified major concerns , issues and challenges amongst women , lack of basic neccessity for women and you girls, water and energy, lack of road infrastructure, lack of Wells to fetch water and supply to the center, lack of energy, lack of internet, computer, generator
  • Plan, conferenced workshops seminars to train on job creation, training opportunities for local small entrepeneurial spirit, 
  • JRCCA team Met with mayor of Meta and planned visit to bring local women from the villages to attend JRFIUSA Leadership economic summit in Tyrone, GA, USA, Purpose is to teach them how to fish, 
  • Provided education assistance  to 10 volunters who attended and participated at the JRCCA Workshop at the JRCCA HQ.
  •  Our plan is to reach out to more than 28 villages  to help provide  access to basic sanitation and safe water  with improved hygiene  in disadvantaged households, schools and churches, markets places and JRCCA center.
  • Met with local Mayor of Meta and invited her to chair our major project that will resulte in  municipalities.
  • Invited expert to come and conduct HIV/AIDS education and training.  The first phase of the  of thiis programme started of the launching of the basic health and sanitation training program on July 11, 2018 by Will, Comfort, Richard , Tito, and Ruth that demonstrates increased household demand for  basic health and sanitation services, increasing access to these services will  improving hygiene practices. The second phase focuses on advocacy, support, and sharing of resources to sustainably scale up successful approaches,event plan for August 11, 2018. Work is going on great.
Women
Women's Rights begins with education and awareness
JRCCA Executive Director teaching kids at center
JRCCA Executive Director teaching kids at center
JRCCA Construction and renovation committee plans
JRCCA Construction and renovation committee plans
JulyHealth and Sanitation Training conducted at HQ
JulyHealth and Sanitation Training conducted at HQ
identified source of drinking water
identified source of drinking water

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John Retreat Foundation Internation USA Inc (JRFIUSA-INC)

Location: Tyrone, GA - USA
Project Leader:
Gideon and Celine Ticha
Tyrone, GA United States
$5,355 raised of $50,000 goal
 
92 donations
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