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Retour Au Pays Natal
Following the disappearance of a member of the African community in general and the Cameroonian community in particular, it is common practice to see the pain and misery associated with the organization of public fundraising for the repatriation of the remains of our loved ones. This approach far from being an exception, is fast growing. In the absence of comprehensive North American repatriation insurance that can help in such circumstances, it is cruel to note that more and more of us live in isolation here in Canada (some members of the larger community might believe that they are sheltered by subscribing to one or more life insurance). When death strikes, the community comes and all shamefully begging and passing around envelopes to raise funds to facilitate the process of the repatriation of the deceased.
Faced with this phenomenon that is far from the essence of the African Diaspora in Canada, RPN (Retour Au Pays Natal) decided to take the bull by the horns to set up an organization that surrounds all Cameroonians, groups and associations anxious to eradicate the phenomenon of public fundraising whenever a death occurs. RPN has a harmonious and organized approach based on the strength of numbers. We believe that each death is a death to the community and as such we call on each member to act with compassion and commitment.
The more the number increases, the lower the individual share so as to facilitate the repatriation of the remains of our loved ones with love, dignity and humanity in accordance with the last wishes of the deceased and/or the bereaved family. This is a message to every member of the community; this message concerns us and appeals to everyone because death is something that will knock on our door sooner or later. Think ahead and take the option of being counted among the members of RPN.
Our MissionOne of the objectives of RPN is to motivate every member of the community to be part of an association of their choice. We encourage them not to live in isolation but to belong to a group within the community to avoid cases such as have occurred in Canada in the past. Most times, people's nationalities are discovered only after their death, and they often do not know or have anyone in the community. It is often very shameful to face this kind of situation, hence the importance of being a member or supporter of an association or group such as RPN.
repatriation to homeland or carry out the wishes of the deceased.
individual contributions by the weight of numbers, because the more we are, the less you pay.
that on the administrative side, the bereaved family is entitled to all that is due to them (annuity).
and plan the funeral according to the wishes of the deceased or the family.
a harmonious and dignified return of the remains of loved ones.
Provide the same coverage
to all members of your family living with you here in Canada.
the services of a funeral director for funeral services.
opportunities to the bereaved family to grieve.
a community around a common cause to humanity: (death)
during the loss of community members (over public fundraising).
some dignity and humanism treating the remains of our loved ones to be repatriated.
dissemination to death for each death becomes community.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some general questions and answers about RPN
During registration, a personal identification code (ID) is assigned toDuring registration, a personal identification code (ID) is assigned to each association / group. All persons sponsored by the association / group carry the same ID code followed by the registration serial number and a customization code. However, when a death occurs, RPN conducts a formal identification enquiry to ensure that the deceased is actually a member of the RPN network. The identification of the body is formally and officially done by professionals (Magnus Poirier, etc.) and in case of doubt, Magnus Poirer has the power and the direct means to obtain the medical file of the deceased.
Within associations / groups; Yes, you can pay in advance for two, three, four, and even ten years. This guarantees long-term protection and peace of mind.
Aware and convinced that money would never replace human relationships, RPN promotes its Community agreement body repatriation or execution of last wills; This community agreement with respect to various forms of insurance, costs nothing and those who support it have no compulsion to make monthly contributions, quarterly, semi-annual and neither. (See membership conditions).
We remain covered and protected in the spirit of the membership agreement that binds each association to RPN. The beauty of the project rpn based on the principle that no contribution is payable for as long as we have not death in the network of associations / groups members of RPN.
To better elucidate the above, imagine a family up to 2 adults and 3 children, the mother is the only one who is a member of an association with RPN, she decides to include her family members. The commitment under the RPN approach would cost almost nothing to her though her entire family (5 people) is protected and will be assisted by our social community approach.