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...
Jun 15, 2012

PROGRESS REPORT ON HELP TAKIJA BUILD A NURSERY SCHOOL TO EDUCATE 60 PUPILS

Children infront of thier class
Children infront of thier class

I am glad to report once more on the progress of this project. The Takijah Nurersy schooildren  started using their building though not yet cemented.  The parents are very grateful and happy to support the building with labour and local material.

All the financial support  through the GlobalGiving have been directed towards buying what they can not produce locally and technical work.

The children finally had their promotion examination and some were promoted to nursery too, while some will be getting on to class one. 

The project has also encouraged many people in the village to know the importance of nursery school and this has caused a big concern for other villages to start opening their own community nursery schools.

We thank all the supporters of this project as we look forward for more donations to plaster and possibly paint the building before September when they will be resuming from long holidays.

We also thanks the GlobalGiving team for their wonderful work that is being felt by people of all ages.

a cross section of the nursery school children.
a cross section of the nursery school children.

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Jun 6, 2012

PROGRESS REPORT ON PROVIDING EDUACTION FOR 100 ORPHANS IN CAMEROON

Mathew taking a walk from the Project Site
Mathew taking a walk from the Project Site

We are very delighted to report on this Project. Since the last disbursement, a lot of progress has been made. Though after exhausting the funds, some local fund raising was made. The funds were used for buying some cement and iron rods to cover the library section.

At this point in time, we have received a disbursement from Global Giving from one visitor who visited the Project and was very much impressed.

He visited the OVcs in the present dilapidated and in-conducive site and then the Construction Project.

We are expecting to move a step with his donations.

We are progressing with the available resources. Thanks to all our previous and current supporters.

We would like to report that the first phase has gone above 50% and if we are are still working on gaining support, so that this first phase is completed and put to use by September 2012. We give a lot of thanks to the lone donor of the month to the tune of 800 USD, which we have just received and looking forward to taking another great progress in the project.

Mathew at the Construction Project Site
Mathew at the Construction Project Site

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Jun 6, 2012

PROGRESS REPORT ON HELP MBOSHA WOMEN BUILD A PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRE

A nurse infront of the Kitchen
A nurse infront of the Kitchen
The Women of Mbosha though with an ongoing construction project progressively, they have continued to offer basic or primary health care to the people of this village and other neighboring villages. We have just got a volunteer to work with this communities for some weeks so as to facilitate the consultations and primary health care services. After the work done by the most recent volunteers in the clinic and with some donated drugs brought by them, the health centre has been given some capacity building and the availability of essential drugs. We are making sure that the little drops that come in as donation is 100% directed to the project. We ow a lot of thanks to the supporters of this project and hope that some of them shall in future see for themselves what their donations has done. We would like to report that any person helping this women is helping the entire community of Mbosha and at the same time empowering the women of this locally and for the service of all. May God continue to replenish your pockets abundantly.

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