• Inside the Library
    For a community to move forward, Educating it's
    people is the right place to start.
  • JRCCA Ambassador
    The JRCCA ambassador bridging the gap.
    Providing feedbacks and showing us the way
    Forward
  • Singing Ministry
    Sharing the love of God and his works.
    through praise and worship
  • Fellowship
    Partnering and fellowshipping.
    Getting to know each other and sharing ideas
  • Action Speaks Louder
    Volunteers giving their possible best in the
    realization of the water catchment project.
  • Community Empowerment
    Empowering the community allows its members.
    to play an active role in the development of
    the region and ensures sustainability

Welcome

Our Mission

The John Retreat Cultural Center Association (JRCCA) is a Non-For –Profit- Organization (NGO or NPO) with the primary goal of initiating and sustaining developmental projects tailored towards meeting the needs of the communities in which their services are being requested.

Community Needs

Agricultural Needs

Approximately, 80% of the communities we work with is indulged in some form of subsistence and commercial agriculture. With the rapidly growing population, the need for more food to meet the needs of all has never been greater. JRRCA, aims at not just educating local farmers on better ways to perform agriculture but also aspires at providing them with the necessary implements. To support this initiative, please click

Health Needs

The scarcity of healthcare facilities, worsened by the shortage of medical equipments, and the lack of potent medications; has placed many in need of medical attention in a risky situation. JRCCA, aims at establishing a platform that will allow community members to have access to better healthcare and essential medications. To support this initiative, please click

Educational Needs

How do we ensure a glorious future for our younger generation; it is simple, educate them. With no libraries, obsolete didactic materials, and non-conducive learning environment; learning within these communities has been and still is a challenge. JRCCA has as one of its primary objective the need to undertake projects aim at enhancing the educational structure within these communities. To support this initiative, please click

Infrastructural & Energy Needs

There is an overwhelming need for farm to market roads; this will significantly facilitate the transportation of farm produce from the farmlands to the marketplace.

Moreover, the absence of electricity has stymied several community projects that are dependent on this source of energy from been initiated.

Schools, libraries, healthcare centers just to name a few are some of the public service structures that require prompt infrastructural development.

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Latest News

December 20, 2013

JRCCA Donates Farm Equipments To The Mbororo Community

The Aldo, Daowda of the Zang-Tabi Mbororo ethnic group receiving farm equipments from JRCCA .

December 09, 2013

Finally! Electricity At The JRCCA Head-Quarters

Thanks to the financial support provided by JRCCA partners in Georgia, the JRRCA headquarters currently has access to electrical energy..

July 1, 2013

Valley Presbyterain Church Ambassador Visits JRCCA

Ms. Julie Scrivner, the Valley Presbyterian Church Ambassador visits JRCCA Headquarters in Zang-Tabi.

July 1, 2013

Donating oil & Cassava Mills to Local Farmers

JRCCA donates Eight (8) oil mills and Two (2) cassava grinding mills to local farmers in Zang-Tabi. Project sponsored by the Valley Presbyterian Church in California.

June 12, 2013

Boy Scout of Africa: Laying the Ground Work

JRCCA representatives establishing the ground work for the Boy Scout of Africa (BSA).

May 25, 2013

Official Luncheon of JRCCA

During the luncheon, Pa John Ticha, the Founding Father of JRCCA reiterated the ideology that JRCCA will usher a Momo Volunteer Corps (MVC) that will initiate and sustain projects aimed at developing the local communities.

April 24, 2013

Local Farmers in Ngyen-Mbo recieve Bags of Fertilizer

The president, Pa Ticha and his team travelled to Ngyen-Mbo to donate bags of fertilizer to local farmers in that region.

April 1, 2013

Rebuilding the Njah-Etu Community Hall

Twenty (20) bags of cement was donated by JRCCA for the reconstruction of the Njah-Etu village Community Hall.

February 18, 2013

The Water Project

The water project is currently being completed and the community will start benefitting from this project in about a month's time.