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Report by Ma Loveline Mufu and MA Comfort
Mufu Loveline General Counsel member of JRCCA , Ambassador to all churches and culture , Madam Comfort Ticha President of JRCCA and Amundam Ruth Youth Ambassador visited (ZATACUDA) Zang Tabi Cultural development association meeting in Yaounde Cameroon with a crate of drinks, to continue explaining to them more about our NGO.
We have to report at this time that the military conflict in the NW and SW Regions in Cameroon continues to make it unsafe for the displaced families to return to home and continue their way of life. Despite the danger of traveling in the area, we continue to be aware of our fellow family members and friends who had to leave their homes and are still hiding in the bushes. We are on the run and have been on the run from our homes and we are in an undisclosed place for our safety. About six months ago, we were able to escape in the middle of the night to safety from the threat of being killed by gun fires or burned in our homes.
We arrived there and went first to Pa Mbarica and the wife to have a brief discussion with them. We were very welcome; we informed them briefly of our intention of visiting the meeting and also about our fundraising programe. There after he gave us some guideline on the fundraising programe. He recommended that we need to have funding to secure a safe place as we ‘are going to invite dignitaries. He also advised us to understand that organizing fundraising is something that one may gain or loose so to plan well It will depend on the type of people we invite. We are raising funds to support a trip to the USA to attend a leadership and training summit during the month of April 2019. The purpose of this trip for members of our delegation is to obtain skills, training and make contact with USA investors who can help the people who are on the run and in the jungle to restart their lives.
After the brief discussion, we now proceeded to the ZATACUDA meeting hall. While in the meeting house, we were given very little time to talk and do our presentation Since the time was limited, I briefly introduced my team. A song was given by the president of JRCCA and the entire house sang! Then I went straight and explained to them the word “SWOT” and it meaning and how it will help in assisting with the implementation of our JRCCA Goals and objectives and our vision to helping in the rebuilding of our 29 villages and neighbors in the jungles of Meta where I was brought out from based on the presentation material that I had handed out to the meeting members and their leaders before I started my presentation to the more than 50 members and women, youths, boys, girls, children and parents that were present .
I went on to explain the letters of “SWOT” for our JRCCA NGO as follows’ explained that Letter “S” Stands for Strength. Letter “W” stands for Weaknesses. Letter “O” stands for Opportunities that our organization provides to all our people in the remote jungles deep forest of Meta with more than 29 villages and neighbors that we strive provide our humanitarian Relief services, like health, education, job training, etc.….Letter “T” Stands for threats affecting, challenges we face, and the people faces on daily lives in the functioning of our NGO in the jungles of Meta and Neighbors.
I continued to explain the strength of our 29 villages and neighbors, Eg we have encouraged farmers to plant American Palm trees that will grow at very reasonable heights 16 feet, easy for the local farmers and the youths to be able to conduct harvest without climbing very long Palm Trees which so many of them have now and when they fall many die and we currently have youths who we witness are suffering from injuries they sustained from falling from the long Palm trees that our great grandparents and founders planted in the jungles so that our families are able to produces like Red Palm oil for survival. We also have cassava
Our farmers grow maize, coffee in Toneku villages, plantains, cocoyams, yams but using crude , old methods , hoes, (Cutlass) matchedes, and lack modern equipment causing hard labors on our families and farmers due to low productivity with no research to match the ever increasing population and poverty in Cameroon.
We also went further to explain weaknesses such as, lack of farm to market roads, crops destruction by some kind of diseases that no one has done research study, no opportunities to store and preserve our crops , no social services, no hospitals, no clinics, no medical doctors, no roads, no electricity, no internet, no library, no villages enterprise stores, no entrepreneurs businesses , there is extreme poverty in the jungles etc..
We went straight to explaining the vision, purpose of our fundraising to include support for our JRCCA Displaced Families on the run, providing education opportunities to train members of the JRCCA General Counsel, opportunity to invite others to join our organization and acquired the education and knowledge and many opportunities that our NGO provides and plan to provide to help left up our women, men, youths, families , villages and communities in the Meta and Neighbors in Cameroon like travelling to attend the JRFIUSA Global leadership Economic summit jointly organized by our JRFI sister organization in Tyrone, GA, USA. Great opportunity that will enable members of our NGO to acquire business, economic and social skills and knowledge that will equip them and support in the rebuilding process and rehabilitation of their loses, families, villages, communities, youths and neighbors when the returned home after the hostilities is over. I also informed them that this will also help the NGO support the Mayor of Mbengwi with city Council and the JRCCA delegation to attend the summit in Tyrone, GA, USA in April 2019 as well.
Again, we gave them copies of the SWOT share and see the things we explained which the Mayor and the delegation will bring to our sister organization in USA as our Wishlist for them to continue negotiations with our sister organization to invite investors to Meta rural villages, communities and neighbors in the future that will help create jobs for youths, families, villages, communities and neighbors in Cameroon
We explained opportunities that will results in opening more markets for exports as well, conferences, and workshops education training and awareness when our Multipurpose American Center is built in Tonekoh Taah Meta that will result in many job and employment creation for the youths, families, villages and communities.
Our JRCCA NGO greatly appreciated the vibrant leadership of this group lead by Mr. Christopher and his team for their support to our NGO. They have living testimonies of the work that we do and participated in development endeavors we conduct at the jungles in Meta in and around our JRCCA HQ “our American Corner in Tuseh Zang Tabi Taah Meta “Villages Cameroon prior to the crisis believe in the plan and vision that our founders have for the wellbeing of our rural communities, families that we support there.
Thank you ZATACUDA Yaounde. Mr. Christopher was able to answer questions and educated people about the vision, mission, policies and procedures of our Organization which he stated that is a legal entity in Cameroon that is also collaborating with our sister organization, JRFIUSA (501(c)3 an American based NGO with HQ in Tyrone, Georgia, in the United States of America. They are our Light of Cameroon, Africa and the World.
We know our father PA John Ticha and MA Salome co-founders of our great organization for their commitment to solving poverty and bring economic growth to our communities and have been providing these services from time immemorial to our Meta land and neighbors. Wishing him Happy 92nd birthday long life and prosperity. He always collaborates with his fellow brothers PA Otengong, others and sisters in our land and make things happened for the good of the youths, families, villages and communities. A Good man. He’s our PA and MA.
MA Loveline Mufu and Ma Comfort Ticha
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