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My Dad used to tell me that the biggest poverty of all is the ignorance and that Education is the door to freedom. The Jocky Foundation believes that it is Read more

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Each year in Cameroon at least 45,000 children die due to malnutrition, according to the UN Children's Fund. “It is a silent emergency because we have children in the north, Read more

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Public schools in Cameroon lack teachers while at the same time thousands of qualified teachers are unemployed. This is a regrettable squandering of human resources, all the more so considering Read more

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Each year in Cameroon at least 45,000 children die due to malnutrition, according to the UN Children's Fund. “It is a silent emergency because we have children in the north, Read more

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Welcome to the Jocky Foundation

My Dad used to tell me that the biggest poverty of all is the ignorance and that Education is the door to freedom. The Jocky Foundation believes that it is possible to make some changes in targeted areas in order to bring education to the children in Cameroon, Africa.

The Jocky Foundation (JF) is an international 501(c)(3) charitable organization founded by the singer-songwriter Francis Jocky and devoted to empowering Cameroonian youth, by providing education and the basic necessities of food, clothing and holistic health in Bonendalè village in Cameroon. Our vision is to give as many Cameroonian children as possible the chance to escape the poverty cycle and grow in the nurturing environment of an JF Academy, so that they can lead Cameroon towards an economically strong and politically stable future.

 

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Please you can help by spreading the World by sharing this widget with your friends. Just hit the Get and Share button and choose the way you want to ... Read more...

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Latest | Wednesday, 7 July 2004

- Our first goal will be to secure the land by building barriers all over the land in Bonendale village.- We will launch a program with several archit... Read more...

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 - KoKo Entertainment, LLC - Francis Jocky - Maciek Schejbal Thanks so much for your beautiful pictures of Cameroon - Etienne Mbappe The famous ... Read more...

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There are lots of needy and underprivileged children who are abandoned to their fate in Cameroon.  In the absence of a ... Read more...

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Help restore and paint a local school! Volunteers are needed to clean, repair, and assist in designing frescoes. helping... Read more...

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Wednesday, 17 September 2008

Welcome to the Jocky Foundation

My Dad used to tell me that the biggest poverty of all is the ignorance and that Education is the door to freedom. The Jocky Foundation believes that it is possible to make some changes in targeted areas in order to bring education to the children in... Read more...

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The Foundation Board Members Founder: Francis Jocky Advisory Board: Nicole Jocky, Junior Jocky, Bobby Jocky, Finance Director: Chris Chea   The Jocky Family hails from Douala, Cameroon. We emigrated to France and the United States in the early 1980'... Read more...

Wednesday, 7 July 2004

Projects

- Our first goal will be to secure the land by building barriers all over the land in Bonendale village.- We will launch a program with several architects in order to select the final design for the school.- The following campaign will be to recruit ... Read more...

Wednesday, 7 July 2004

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 - KoKo Entertainment, LLC - Francis Jocky - Maciek Schejbal Thanks so much for your beautiful pictures of Cameroon - Etienne Mbappe The famous Cameroonian bass player native of Bonendalè. - Kaissa   Read more...

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