Women's Rights in 28 Villages Cameroon Africa

by John Retreat Foundation Internation USA Inc (JRFIUSA-INC)
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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
Women committed to planting trees
Women committed to planting trees

 

Greetings To Our Donors, Supporters and Sponsors;

Our Women Empowerment Leadership Department has been very busy either planning or leading training session for our women at our BHO headquarters.  At JRCCA Guest House (GH) our new Executive Director in Zone 1 and SNT and Zone Director and focus group leaders at the World Head Quarter "JRCCA AMERICAN CORNER in Kwojeoh Tuseh Zang-Tabi TAAH META NWR promised "never to allow the GH be dormant". Some share the ideal of combating climate change with planting trees. Rising Momo River that flows into the Atlantic Ocean that flows down to Florida in USA. These workshops have included training in health and sanitation as well as  how to prepare a traditional meal which will help them to start up a small restaurant to earn a living.  Our traininng also included how to write a petit project with strategies to start a small business.  Training also included health education that will hopefully lead to the reduction of diseases that are impacting the health of our population. The Women Empowerment Department will be supporting and working with its IDP Director who will be organizing a workshop from the cultural department on how to produce an authentic traditional dress with a case study called “Danshiki”. Many of our women and girls cannot afford to pay a fee to attend these workshop or cover the cost of materials needed for the training and workshop.  Your donations and support goes a long way in helping our organization to stay afloat and assist these women to be a part of these training and workshop.  Thank you for your donations!   On October 4, 2022, we welcomed three New Members into JRCCA in Zone 5 ( One from BaliTribe, NWR,  one from Bakossi Tribe in SWR and One from Moghamo) in Douala, Cameroon. On October 7, 2022, we received a new member from Zone 5 in Yaounde, a student graduate from the Catholic University in Buea.

The Women Empowerment Department submitted the following as their report:  On September 8th, we started by updating and reminding everyone on policies and procedures of JRCCA in which we posted on the forums "Here, we learn, teach and share ideas.  We also have Our SNT and Regular Business Meeting every Tuesdays and Wednesdays respectively. You are invited to attend. Open to the public.  Our JRCCA NGO Staff and volunteers at Branch Head Office (BHO) in collaboration with our sister Organization in Tyrone , Georgia , USA , JRFIUSA 501(C)(3) world HQ in Tyrone, scheduled and met with the Representative from the Ministry of Social Services at BHO office in Yaoundé during an Educational, training and awareness workshop. This was an opportunity that gave everyone the chance to have frank and open discussion with the representative who advised us on how to ensure that our NGO is registered with DO of District 6 Yaounde and we  are working on a partnership collaboration with other ministries like Basic Education etc. The Workshop ended with a Q&A and was well attended.  Great meeting and assistance from the Ministry of Social Services in Yaounde Cameroon. JRCCA Team Presented its Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives, its Structure, flow chart made up of 5 zones focused on helping on working with indigeneous people in remote villages and communities in all 5 Zones . Bottom line is to create Jobs and Employment to help combat hunger, promote food security and serve on health and sanitation projects to make life better for all.

The JRCCA  Women Empowerment Team at BHO has also joined with Rotarians in Yaoundé and JRFIUSA in the USA to create a Satellite International Rotary Club in Nsimbock. The JRCCA/JRFIUSA Team is also working with the Garden, a group of good people from the Sillicon Valley in the great State of California USA to ensure that JRCCA NGO enforces all it's policies and procedures to include the enforcement of discipline measure on any one who breach the peace and order reigning in the JRCCA NGO which is an auxiliary of the Cameroon Government.   After our deliberation with the BHO Team, we contacted  the Secretary at the Social Service Center of the Social Affairs Ministry.   . He told HRD Monday 12th was good and that as he had told us, we are to take charge of his transport and report typing fee.   The Secretary was overwhelmed with our vision, Mission and objectives. He further encouraged us to get a particular tagged in which we will be working with and he said he will be there to assist us in everything to see that we are on track as required by his Ministry.  To the fact that we need to visit the Authorities here in Yaoundé 6, it was recommended that we go through our Acknowledgment receipt by the SDO.

On September 18th, our Women Empowerment Leadership Team received leadership training from JRFIUSA Partners. We had a Great training session with JRCCA Volunteers to include assistant Housing Manager at BHO, assistant Zone 1 Director, Zone 5 Youths and Sports Director and the Chairman of JRFIUSA. Through such training members are more uplifted and prepared to carry out their task especially Moderation of Meetings and becoming informed on the Background about JRCCA and how to write SMART Goals with Action steps etc.  Takeaway from our training of the day is to give back to others what we have learned and always organize training like this which will encourage members to participate and grow in all ways of life.  We must never forget that women in our 28 villages have rights in Cameroon, Africa.

Our Women Empowerment Leadership Group will be participating in our annual Thanksgiving celebration which is an event that is Celebrated in the USA annually every 24th of November and now it is being implemented here at JRCCA and in our 5 zones  with indigeneous people in Cameroon. Thanks to our sponsors and sister organization JRFIUSA.  Also, Toys for Tots (TFT)  will be celebrated in December as we receive gifts from our Sponsors and Sister organization JRFIUSA for our kids in our churches. This event is being carried out throughout all the 5 zones that we serve and this year we will be working with pastors to ensure that we get with all our JRCCA volunteers in the lowest levels in each Zones to include the JRCCA World HQ Guest House American Corner in Kwojeoh Tuseh TAAH META MOMO Division NWR Cameroon, Africa.  We're encouraging our women and girls to always join us during our sustainable Education,  training, and cultural Awareness leadership Training when announced more especially our Zone Directors (ZDs) including  our affiliates in Liberia, DRC etc.  As in America, we have many things to be grateful for in our communities and villages despite the ghost days and lock down days.  Our women and girls can get hands on leadership experiences by participating in these trainings and events from our women leaders.

Pastors and Leaders must sign request in writing to participate with number of participants by October 1, 2022.  This year we will be extending the program to Liberia, Zambia and DRC who are our new Affilliates in Africa as well as the Toys for Tots for children in Churches.   JRCCA would appreciate any donations however small to ensure that these families will enjoy a hot meal on Thanksgiving Day despite the ongoing civil conflicts because more and more families have gotten frustrated that the confilct which involved many innocent people has lasted so long without a resolution and they have decided to return to their home in their villages in Cameroon  in spite of the latest announcement by the State Department that the NW/SW Regions are still unsafe due to armed separatist activities which has led to increased levels of violence.  

The JRCCA/JRFIUSA Women Empowerment Leadership Team received good new from the JRCCA Barrister in which he announced during our meeting that JRCCA NGO Cameroon has been recommended to be accorded the status of SPECIAL Consultative Status at the UN this fall and this will be a major topic in the 3rd edition of the JRCCA NGO Newsletter to be published by October 1, 2022. In this regard  we wish to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to the chairman and president of the joint boards, not forgetting all those who made it possible for the vision and mission of our founding father and patriarch of JRCCA and his successor to be actualized; and may his soul continue to rest in perfect peace. And to Him is the glory".  The Chairman of JRFIUSA did an outstanding presentation on the good news from the legal department, clearly stating exactly the importance of JRCCA being granted/accorded the Special Consultative Status at the UN. The chairman also in his presentation, presented some background pictures of the Guest House (World's Head Quarter) in Zang-Tabi Taah Meta Momo Division NWR Cameroon Africa, picture of the village library and picture of some Government officials who visited the guest house. Also there are current pictures of members at the BHO who received the Representative from the social service center of the Social Affair Ministry with picture of the new Pastor/ED at the Guest House/WHQ etc who has demonstrated by his actions that he has plans to include our women in the renovation and redevelopment of the Guest House as the Center for the growth of families in our villages.  Women and girls will be accorded the opportunity to participate in skill development training programs at the Guest House Center such as basic education and other opportunities offered by the UN. 

In conclusion, our Women Empowerment Leadership Team is still growing in our ability to help families who were displaced because of the Civil War more than five years ago, which is still ongoing.  Our vision is to support our families as they choose to return to their villages and home and begin a new life free of stress from being on the run for fear of being killed if they had stayed in their villages or homes.  Despite the unsafe and unhealthy conditions we are committed to make a difference in the lives of our families and friends especially our women and girls.  Thank you for your donations and support which helps us to carry out our mission and vision.

 

Sincere Appreciation,

 
JRCCA Women Empowerment Leadership Team
Women Leadership in  Combating Food Insecurity
Women Leadership in Combating Food Insecurity
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JRCCA Special  Cameroon Food  Dish Callled Achu
JRCCA Special Cameroon Food Dish Callled Achu
recent information circulated on social media in Cameroon calls for an increase in violent attacks in the Northwest and Southwest Regions of Cameroon and expresses anger at the international community.  The State Department’s latest Travel Advisory for Cameroon recommends that U.S. citizens do not travel to the Northwest and Southwest Regions due to armed separatist activity that has led to increased levels of violence.  The U.S. government has limited ability to provide emergency services to U.S. citizens in these regions due to current official travel restrictions.

Actions to Take:(1). Monitor local media for updates (2). Avoid crowds(3). Keep a low profile(4)  Be aware of your surroundings (5).  Review your personal security plans (6). Stay alert in locations frequented by tourists/Westerners (7).  Carry proper identification, including a U.S. passport with a current Cameroonian visa(8).  Have evacuation plans that do not rely on U.S. government assistance.  We are aware that this are action steps that the local people should observe as well as several local people have become victims of violence which has resuted in local people been subjected to "Ghost Days".  During "Ghost Days" we are not allowed to venture outside our homes, however with our new leadership training we are able to stay connected using the internet and zoom for meetings and personal training.

SMART GOALS and ACTION STEPS  for Women Empowerment Department at BHO in Yaounde

  1. I want to organise and carry out a workshop program on Tuesday June 28th 2022, on the following topics:(A).  Health Education (general sanitation) (B).  Training on how to draft and prepare a local business plan (C).  How to prepare an authentic traditional dish call “ACHU”.This workshop will go a long way to empower women and girl children, educate them on how to care for their body and their environment and also, provide them with the tools necessary to be self-employed.  

Action steps: 

  1. I will form a committee to which I will be working closely with 
  2. I will get with a doctor and invite him/her to come give lectures on health education (General Sanitation).
  3. I will provide notes on how to draft a local business plan and submit to the board
  4. I will draft all the steps on how to prepare the traditional dishes and submit to the board on or before Saturday June 18th 2022.
  5. I will send out information to Churches, Njangi groups etc, and invite women to come and learn. 
  6. I will send an invitation to the Cultural department of the us and Japanese embassy , etc
  7. I will prepare my budget and submit to the Board 
  8. I will be submitting my reports after every action taken. 

 Propose plan of action 

This workshop program will be carried out once every month, precisely last Tuesdays of every month. I will also propose and wish that at the end of each program, a bag of rice should be shared to the women/persons that have fully participated and as mentioned above, this workshop will go a long way to empower women and girl children, educate them on how to care for their body and their environment and also, provide them with the tools necessary to be self-employed. 

Proposed budget - Requirements  (1).  A doctor to come teach  (2). Chairs (3).   Writing materials  (4).  Cocoyams (5).   Red oil (6). Meat,  (7).  Canda,  (8). Smoke fish (9). General ACHU spices (10) and (11).  Firewood.(12) Hand washing, tooth brushes  etc..

We will address question from the board to us from our presentation to include:

What is the fund raising goal for this project. (2).  Will this project fit into the proposal by the Barrister? (3).  Every project must have a local fundraiser goal to raise funds to help defray the cost of the project. (4).  Each project should set up an account with the accountant to track the funds of the project and keep them separate. (5).  Where will this project take place? (6).  How many people? (7).  Ages? (8). What is the total annal budget for the project?

We are excited to begin the organization of a system using SMART GOALS and ACTION STEPS to change the mindset of  the women in more than our 28 villages to begin to realize that we can impact the future for women for generations to come as envisioned and expected from our leader and founding father Pa John Ticha who we honor and love and will be celebrating his "Legacy" each year as a reminder that we can become whatever we want to become with God's help.  Thank you for your continued support and donations that will help us to continue our daily growth.

Kindest Regards,

JRCCA Village Library at World HQ American Corner
JRCCA Village Library at World HQ American Corner

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Greetings To Our Donors and Sponsors;

After having a successful "Feed The Hunger" feeding project for families in all five zones to celebrate Thanksgiving with our partners in the USA we were off and running to follow up with our annual project of Toys for Tots for Christmas.  This year we choose to work with local pastors in all five zones to distribute toys and gifts and bring smiles to the faces of the children in the local churches.  The project was a big hit with the pastors and several of them have already signed up to volunteer and participate in this project for our annual Thanksgiving Feed The Hunger and for our Toys for Tots project which brings joy to the families and smiles on the faces of the children in 2022. We are grateful for the donations and support which allowed us to expand and extend this project due to the fact that we are dealing with many single moms and children in orphanages.

 In January, we kicked off the new year by sponsoring a project that would enhance the skills of our women.  This outstanding advisory course was designed and taught by  the JRCCA Legal Department to give our members the skills and experience to raise the funds that are needed to empower our women to develop and fund the business projects that they know will help them to become all that they can become in the community.

At the beginning of the new year (2022) we turned our focus on women empowerment through our JRCCA/JRFIUSA sustainable education training program.  A virtual zoom online six weeks class was designed and taught by our legal advisor. The goal of this training on the fundamental principles for writing proposals for NGO and developing financial management skills was to train and equip 50 women, Zonal Directors, SNT leaders and Focus Group Leaders in all 5 zones that we serve.  The class ended on February 4, 2022 and these leaders  have begun the process of training individuals  in all the 5 zones that we serve.   We envision that these women leader will raise  up by their boot straps and help to alleviate poverty for future generations in the 28 villages that we serve in five zones. This was a six weeks course that was designed to  help change lives of the participants  and equip both men and women, boys and girls and youths with life long educational knowledge, skills and experience.

The ONLINE ADVISORY COURSE ON THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES FOR NGO PROPOSALS & FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Course focused on teaching the participants how to  set goals with measurable Objectives that require (1) Planning and (2) effort to achieve – Anything Meaningful requires planning and effort to achieve e.g. Relationships, Career Accomplishments, Marriage, Starting a Business require SMART goals, etc.  

The class ended on February 4, 2022 and those members who participated in the class believe they are ready to go and achieve the vision, dreams and goals of our late founder who we will have a memorial services in his honor on March 11, 2022 at the site of his resting place which will be the headquarters for the training and job development department for JRCCA.

In conclusion, we believe that JRCCA is a worthy cause that will do a great deal of good for many people. JRCCA is excited to partner with its sister organization in the USA and others to make the women empowerment project a reality, leading to substantial benefits in the short, medium and long term.  Also we like to share from  the JRCCA IT Communication And Cyber Cafe Department is that we  now have a new website for JRCCA.





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Greetings To Our Donors and Supporters:

We would like to remind our donors and supporters that our team and organization has been working very hard to implement the concept of global social responsibility in the English speaking NW Region of Cameroon, Africa.  Those concepts are to improve health, education, living conditions, clean water, and the economy while reducing poverty in the families, villages, communities, regions that will enhance the nation of Cameroon through developing leadership skills and training for our women and girls using adult and basic educational training.

Despite the fact that a Civil War is still ongoing in the English speaking NW/SW Region of Cameroon, according to report from the President the JRCCA team in Yaounde continue to work on the Application Form for grants from the US Embassy in Yaounde that we will use to help finance our basic education training and leadership program for our women and girls. The fundraising Chairman and  Human Resource Director  submitted a letter for assistance and requested partnership for the Ministry of Social Affairs and Basic Education in Yaounde to collaborate with our team to implement resources to help us assist our women and girls to achieves their SMART GOALS and ACTION STEPS for leadership development in the English speaking NW/SW Region of Cameroon.. 

The application forms were received from the ministry of Basic Education which were in French language and have been translated into the English language. The reason for the  Forms to be translated in English language is for the JRCCA Volunteers to know all that is written in the Forms and also to know how we can complete them.  This is important to note because this is one of the primary reason for the Civil unrest in the English speaking NWSW Region.  In Cameroon, the dominant leadership group is French speaking, therefore, important legal documents are published in French which creates a competative problem for resources for the English speaking people in the NWSW Region.

The President  further reported that all Zonal directors  have been contacted for updates and that communication in the English speaking NW Region is another challenge that we have to deal with in additional to the unsafe Civil conflict which is still present in the area.  For example when there is a lock-down, the people living in the area are not allowed to be outside of their residency.  Lock down occurs frequently.  The Human Resource Department is working on setting up Cyber-Cafe to help resolve the problem of lack of communication with the main office in Yaounde. 

When possible SNT leaders have been holding meetings and discussing  how to raise money  in preparation for planting more plantains, Cocoyams, palm trees, yams, rice etc.. on the JRCCA Multi-Purpose Center  Foundation Stone at Tonekoh ZangTabi in Zone 1 and also seeing how to continue with their freewill basket donations to be saved in the JRCCA zone one Credit Union Bank in order for them to start Garden project and cassava farm during the planting season.  A group of 30 women have formed a group to raise crops to sell and provide food for their families and communities.

A female SNT leader in Zone four has been promoted to the title and position of Zone Director with the responsibilities of opening our branch office at JACIM at least four hours each day to provide services and resources for members to hold meetings.  This office is located in one of the few safe areas in the English speaking NW Region and will be available to help expand the leadership training and development for women and girls.  This is the Zone where they have created their "JRCCA American Corner in Mbengwi, NWR" {JACIM} with the support of the Lord Mayor and the City Council.

Two partnership request letters were submitted to the Ministry of Social Affairs Yaoundé  by  the Chairman of JRCCA Fundraising Committee and HRD  and to the English Roman Catholic church Simbock Yaoundé by the Manager of Legal Department  and the President of JRCCA.  We  have also sent the  MOU  between Mfoundi Rotary club Yaounde and JRCCA NGO for review for our partnership and collaboration with other Rotary Clubs on the international level.

We are thankful and grateful for the donations and support of our friends and we are looking forward to implementing our SMART GOALS and ACTION STEPS that will benefit the Women and Girls in the English speaking NW Region of Cameroon which will ehnance the lives of our families in Cameroon. We will overcome the challenges of the Civil conflict, Pandemic, lack of education and training that will benefit our Women and Girls with help from our donors and supporters.

Kind Regards

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Greetings To Our Supporters and Donors;

We are pleased to share with you some of the things that we have been able to achieve during the last quarter despite the fact that we had to take time away from our projects to honor the passing of our founder.  Our group was very satisfied that we had taken the time to honor his legacy by preparing a resting place  and celebrating in our traditional culture for him on the land where he was born and where he taught us how to fish rather than beg for a fish in order for us to keep fishing for generations to come as evidence by the life that he lived in Zang Tabi, Cameroon, Africa. 

We are grateful and thankful for the supporters and donors who contributed to the overall cost of having his remains return to Cameroon from the USA where he would be with his ancestors for without this support, we never would have been able to make it happen.  Returning his remains to Cameroon during the Covic-19 Pandemic provided our organization with the opportunity to put into practice and demonstrate the leadership skills for which we have been training and teaching our people since the inception of the Civil War more than four years ago and that is the habit of practicing good health even while celebrating.  Our field staff was able to maintain good health habits and discipline among the large crowds that greeted our founder at the airport, morturary, service and final resting ground including mandatory Covic-19 Standards for groups as dictated by the local Mayor.

The highlights for this quarter included our organization's entry in the USA World Honey competition and winning the Blue Ribbion  in behalf of Cameroon, Africa for the best dark honey in the world in this international honey competition.  This honey was harvested on the compound of our late founder and home of our President before she escaped to the city during the civil threats.  This is quite an honor and has encouraged our 30 ladies who received 30 hoes from our organization to invest some of their time and efforts in harvesting bee honey in compliance with our Food Security Project which will assist our women to become managers of their own small business as they raise food to sale and earn money as feed their own families.

The Second highlight for this quarter was the appointment of a female Council member as the director of jobs and training programs which will benefit the development of our leadership skills for women and girls in our organization.  Our new Jobs and Training Director will collaborate with other organization to train women and girls in independent small business skills that will provide them with the opportunity to learn how to become self-sufficient and build a business and career that will allow them to break the women dependent cycle in Africa as well as manage their own destiny.  Resources and funds are needed for her to successfully help our women and girls grow and free themselves of the traditional African women and girl status.

The Third highlight was our international chairperson becoming the local president of an international organization in the USA with over 100 years of providing services above self.  Under his leadership, this will be an opportunity for females to enhance opportunities under the organization's concept of diversity to grow and give back so other females can grow.  The theme for the organization for 2021 to 2022 is to help each other grow.  They are encouraging local clubs to share their resources and finances with organizations like ours on the international level.

The Fourth highlight is that our President who is female and the daughter of our founder has set forth a resolution that will create a Bee Hive Sanctuary, Flower Garden To Support The Bee Hives and a Bee Research Center in the Guest House Overlooking the founder's grave site which will attract Bee Farmers and Tourist to the Center that will provide jobs and training for our women and girls in congruence with the goals and objectives of our new Jobs and Training Director. Our President is also encouraging women and girls to join our programs that will provide funding for women and girls who want to become chicken, quail, corn or pig,cocoyam farmers in their villages.  We are serving over 28 villages in 280 tribes.  Women and girls are also being encouraged to engage in sports and recreational activities such as football/soccer.  Our goal is to provide well rounded training for our women and females who will lead our villages and the country in all occupations.

Despite the fact that our schools and other local agencies have not opened for the past four years due to the civil conflict, we have continued to find ways to use various strategies to meet our goals and objectives as stated to help women and girls grow and become independent free of the traditional African life style.  We are collaborating with other organizations and using strategies like conference call, zoom and other internet variables to make connections and stay connected to find resources to make our program work for our women and girls.

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