” I See My Child Cry for Help
and There Is
Nothing I Can Do “
A truly harrowing and disturbing episode in the lives of over 2000 and beyond families who have been displaced from their homes due to the ongoing unrest in the Northwest and Southwest regions of Cameroon.
Your continuous generosity will help provide emergency support for displaced families to obtain water, food, medical supplies, personal items, household needs, mosquito nets, insect repellents, and shelters.
Light of Cameroon Highlights
April 27th 2019
The light of Cameroon is an annual conference organized by JRFI, to communicate the visions and achievements of JRFI with the world. This platform also allows for knowledge and cultural exchange between attendees and organizers.
Gideon Ticha, Guest Speaker
June 30th 2018
Gideon Ticha, one of the JRFI board of director, was invited by the Bakundu cultural group in the United States to apprise them on how to effectively run an NGO
Mrs. Patricia, JRFI Representative
June 14th 2018
Mrs. Patricia J, representing JRFI at the US state department annual conference.
Our mission is to provide a lifelong educational and awareness training opportunities for women, girls, boys, men, youths, students, leaders, without regards to race, color, gender, national origin or religion, equip with effective managerial skills and experiences needed in building self-reliant communities and leaders in collaborations and partnerships with Philanthropic organizations and institutions.
Our goal is to initiate sustainable project Developments and recreational centers that would provide job employment in communities within the USA and Cameroon, thus help combat poverty, promote peace and justice amongst the less fortunate in our world as we provide increased educational/professional opportunities for staff, faculty, researchers and students etc.
The development center will offer some amazing services. Read about them below.
Authors G & C Ticha and S & C Taylor worked together on a valuable book that aims to improve health, education and standards of living for all. Their rich insight and illuminating discussions are uncovered in “Lasting Impact of Global Social Responsibility in Cameroon and in the United States of America” (published by Xlibris).
In this book, two families use their personal experiences of growing up in Cameroon and the United States of America to give back to their communities, inspiring the less fortunate to rise above poverty and enjoy the long-lasting benefit of dedication and hard work. They collaborate to use the concept of global social responsibility to increase the cultural awareness and education for the improvement of the living standards of the people, especially those in remote areas worldwide.
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