Our Services

What We Do


We believe that every human being, whatever their level of education or the color of their skin, deserves to be valued and is entitled to all fundamental rights such as education, food and housing. In this respect, we place particular emphasis on the rights of women, children and the underprivileged.


Education, one of the UN's major development goals, remains an important lever for improving the living conditions of disadvantaged populations.


We offer services to newcomers to facilitate their integration. These include training in the Canadian banking system, education, healthcare and language. All of which will ensure that these populations integrate quickly and effectively.


Our focus is on the mental health of women, who are often dealing with major emotional wounds caused by a variety of factors (marital breakdown, sexual abuse, socio-professional marginalization and many others). We help them to regain their self-confidence and self-esteem through personalized follow-up and counseling with the support of experts.

Provided Food
Provided Shelters
Medical Assistance
On Job Placed

Our Books

The Woman's Shape

Womans Shape is a must-have for both men and women as it is an eye-opener. It is divinely inspired and clearly reveals and defines the purpose of both men and women according to Gods plan and equally gives women strategies to use in order to fulfill their purposes here on earth, find fulfillment in life, and accomplish the will of the Father. The book is recommended to all women and especially Christian women who desire to please the heart of their Master, Jesus Christ.

About the author (2015)

Pastor Ebua Buam is a mother of two (Jemimah and Jerome Jr.) and the vice president of Jesus City Mission International, popularly known as JCM, with headquarter in Douala. She is the local pastor of the Mississauga branch in Canada, the international women’s coordinator of the mission, and the national women’s coordinator of the wisdom for women(W4W), currently running a center for the underprivileged girls/women in Douala. Before now, she worked together with her husband (Rev. Ebua Jerome Sr.) for over a decade with the full gospel mission as local pastors of the Cite des Palmier branch, where she led over a thousand women and mentored pastors’ wives and women coordinators of twelve different local assemblies. She graduated from the International Bible Training Institute- Burgess Hill, England with the 2008 batch and holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a higher teacher’s diploma in secretariat studies. She has traveled extensively, giving talks in women conferences and seminars, and is the host of the National Wisdom for Women Conference in Canada and Cameroon. She was inspired to write this book, Woman’s Shape, as a result of the several questions she has had to answer over the years in the course of her ministry and believes the book will extensively help even women in places she cannot reach.

Your kindness is someone’s hope.

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