Self Reliance Promoters' NGO

SEREP is a non-profit, non-governmental organization situated in Kumbo, Bui Division, North West Region of Cameroon. The area is ranked as amongst the least developed nationally, with limited infrastructure, high birth rate, high unemployment, as well as a high level of HIV/AIDS transmission and widespread poverty. This distressing situation prompted the formation of SEREP in 1997 with an aim of addressing the social problems caused by such and to Serve the underprivileged ones without boundaries. We work in several projects which are identified in accordance with the felt needs of the people and friendly to the environment. Orphaned and Vulnerable children's education remain our top priorit...
Nov 21, 2012

Progress report on Help Mbosha Women build a Primary Health Care

Women at the Heath Centre Site
Women at the Heath Centre Site

 

Mbosha women remain very active in their project especially with the concern that most of our vounteers have ashowned in the past.  The donations that has come so far has gone to hep this women though at a very  premitive set up, our vounteers are working with them to educate most of the communities on the need for bringing health services nearer them.

 

A team of our volunteers  from Uk have been following  them up.  Hannah who is a student in the University of Sussex enjoyed working with this women and particulary in this project.  Because of her report regarding the Health Centre and a need  for  a volunteer to work with this community, she  has been officially  assigned by the University  of Sussex to come  back in January  for Internship.

 

Thanks to those who would like to support her in this project.  Those have donated are high appreciated as usual as we still call on them to ask their friends and relatives to support the cause which they  had chosen.

 

God Loves a cheerfull giver.

Volunteers visited the Health Centre Project
Volunteers visited the Health Centre Project
Volunteers and the Women group
Volunteers and the Women group
Nov 21, 2012

Progress report on help Takija build a Nursery School to educate 60 pupil

Takija is located in the real rural vilage in the North West Province of Cameroon.  The community of this locality have started seeing the importance of nursery education because of this project.  The project is like an eye opener to neighboring because the children that have been attending this school has made a difference by way of speacking, reading and even participating in official match passes.

The school remain a centre of attraction in most occasions.  the enrolement has been increased  as work on the construction continue.

We have aquired some cement geting ready to start plastering the  inner parts of the school.  Thanks to the frew that have so far supported this project.

We hope that during this Christmas season, donors wi support the young once in this local  and rural vicinity to continue opening the eyes of other villages with quality nursery education.

 

May God Bless you.

Nov 9, 2012

Give a Gift of Education to an orphan child report

Laura with the student in class.
Laura with the student in class.

This project observed a great experience as all the children since September received a host of volunteers from UK. We intensified our partnership with the Original volunteers in UK who sent in volunteers who came to work with the children in the Youth Centre. Much about their work is found in Serep News letter which are distributed to all our donors and supporters of this project. Jodie mills, Laura, and Paul all from UK and through Original volunteers who are our partners came in to assist in teaching, and also to build the capacity of teachers. It was a great opportunity to have these volunteer who are still in Cameroon at the moment. Most of the children especially those ones that were identified and admitted into year one are happy receiving education with most of their essential requirements being made available through the Global giving disbursement. Through the Global giving support, well qualified teachers have been employed and Jodie who is a professional teacher gave a lot of assistance in guiding the teachers on proper teaching. Laura enjoyed playing hand ball and football including physical education as you can see in the pictures attached. We have also been working very had in their news school which we are looking forward to completing the new phase and to start using it proper in January. Thanks to those who have been supporting this project. Orphaned and vulnerable children continue to be on the rise in this part of the country. We are proud to report that the wonderful results being recorded by the final year students, more normal students are also knocking at our doors. This will help to wipe out the stigmatization as they were always stigmatized since the school was meant for them and most of the children were from desperate poor background, orphaned and equally vulnerable. More pictures can be requested because the report has a provision only for few pictures. Good Enough one of the volunteers Shey Maurice supported the school with computers and the orphaned now have a very good computer laboratory. Thank for this volunteer who is still working with this children and in the construction of the school project. We need your continues support and prayers for more volunteers to continue coming out to give a smile and join us in restoring hope on these children. Of you were to give presence to people during this Christmas season, please remember the education of the orphaned in this part of the world.

Paul with the students.  Paul teaches computer
Paul with the students. Paul teaches computer
laura with the students in the field for sports.
laura with the students in the field for sports.
senior students in our computer lab.
senior students in our computer lab.

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