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...
Dec 19, 2011

PROGRESS REPORT ON PROVIDE EDUCATION TO 100 ORPHANED AND VULNERABLE CHILDREN

Carpentary and iron bending works.
Carpentary and iron bending works.

Within the last three months and after the last disbursement we have been  able to do much on the Construction Project.  This is in a struggle to provide Education to at least 100 orphaned and vulnerable children yearly. We wish to appreciate the Global Giving and Donors and supporters of this project.

All the Orphaned and vulnerable children  currently receiving training in the present unconducive structure were very happy to see and participate in the  project.  They participated and contributed enomousely in terms of labour.

We received a visitor  who knew us through Stuff your Rucksack website and visited the project as you can see in the attached project pictures.

We also embarked on local fundraising before recording this jiant step.  Since it needs quite a reasonable sum of money to deck the whole building once, we decided to partition the  decking work in to two phases.

The first phase is currently going on with the available resources and progressively. We are still soliciting for our donors to use their face books and even the Project Page to recommend this project for support to enable us complete and put the building in to use by May 2012.

 The Pictures here shows the work at the top of the building (Primliminary works) and another one shows our visitor from US who was very satisfied with the project and another shows the inner part of the building.

Thank you once more  and May God Bless you through out this Christmas season.

Mathew (US) visitor at the project site.
Mathew (US) visitor at the project site.
Innside part  supported ready for decking.
Innside part supported ready for decking.

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Oct 21, 2011

Cameroon Rural women Empowerment Report

This project is going on with the local funds being raised  by individual groups at their own level.  Some of the groups have  been able to create contacts from where they can get Palm oil on Credit  and pay after sales.

We have continued to supervised the groups that have either raised some capital for this purpose or Trade credit  and are still encouraging others to  continue saving weekly so that they can  be able to buy one or two tines to be selling among themselves while waiting for the  Central Fund raising which is this project ware soliciting funds for.

We have continued to rekindle their spirit of working together and  gaining experience in the Palm oil business  while waiting  if there would be any support for this project.

Unfortunately we have not recorded any donations for this project  but we still have the courage and hope that we  will have supporters for the project.

Our most recent volunteer Julie Diamond was so tourched as  almost all the groups mentioned about the need for palm oild and cried aloud because the prices skyrocket again.

How ever, we had not had the latest pictures of the women sharing the oil but before our next report, we will have the latest pictures of the women sharing the quantity that they can afford at this point in time.

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Oct 5, 2011

PROGRESS REPORT ON HELP MBOSHA WOMEN BUILD A PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRE

After the GlobalGiving representative’s visit, the women redynamized their spirit of work. From all the reports posted in the project page, the women have always been at work. The most recent funds disbursed by the GlobalGiving has enabled them to complete the Kitchen for the Patient Carers, and some local beds for the Health Centre.

We taught we would move onto buying the sand but the committee decided to make the beds because the road is very bad for truck to get to this village.  

We have therefore been able to move another step forward by improving the house and making ready the beds pending grass mattress that have been ordered from a local  grass mattress maker.   In our next reports we will have the pictures of the beds and mattresses because they will soon be brought and mounted in the Health centre.

We are happy to report that support being given to these women is very highly appreciated by them.  It is really encouraging them to get on with all what they can do by themselves or locally with the available financial resources and progressively.

We thank all of you who are supporting this project and those yet to do so to have confidence that their hard earned money is being used for the service of mankind.  Also this is being invested in a project that will serve generations after generations.

May God bless all of you as you continue to support and recommending this project for more support.

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