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 23, 2014

Progress Report on Water project in Cameroon

Dear all,

Accept our special Christmas and new year wishes  from the Self Reliance Promoters NGO team.  It is our pleasure to report once more on the progress of the water project.

During the last three months tthe community concentrated much with the sensitization and mobilizing the entire community to contribute for the purchase of Preasure pipes.   We are looking forward to struggling at home and with the community labour readily availble to  raise money that can buy the needed Cement and Sand to get on with the water Catchment.

The project is alive and the few taps that have made avaible for use by some quarters is being controled and well managed.   At this moment it is dry season in Cameroon and with the shortage of water supply the mangement opens the taps in the morning as from 6am and closes at 9 am and then opens in the evening at  5 and closes at 7.  This  helps to control Water storage in the existing small Tank.  This enables  those who do laundry  to go to running streams.  This helps them to have clean water to use for cooking and drinking.

I am very much sure that before the next report, we must have received disbursement for this project and then work on the catchment which many many pictures shall be displayed on the next report.

To our current supporters, rest assured that helping this project is helping the entire community without any bias because water is life and for every one.

We call on those who wish to support this project to open up their hearts and support it so that we can take a short time to realize the project as we are also struggling to do our best with the little available resources.

Dec 15, 2014

PROGRESS REPORT ON GIVE THE GIFT OF EDUCATION

German volunteer in class (Sarah Muenzner)
German volunteer in class (Sarah Muenzner)

Thank you for visiting our report page again.  For your information, we are based  in the rural part of Cameroon - Africa and our elctricity supply is not very reliable.  This makes us to delay in our reports. However, we happy to have another opportunity to report at this moment.

This first term  whis occupied the period of September up to this moment was a very busy and exciting one in the school as new orphaned and vulnerable ones were increasingly admitted to join the old ones.  

We noted that there was a great change in those who came in from very interio areas and have ben well integrated inot the school system.

I am delighted to report that our IB German volunteer is doing her best especially with the new intake who could not read and write on admission.  

We just finished writing the first semister exams and are preparing for a Christmas party.  In this Christmas party, Miss Sara has prepared them with songs and Dramas to presented on  the 18th of December before giving them a Christmas break.

We are very grateful with those who have continued to support this on going project and giving hope to those who must have lost in the aspect of education and care.  Your donations are doind a wonderful job as we continue to ensure qualy provision of education to those you are helping through Global giving and us.

May God continue to bless you as you sensitize other relatives and ffriends to support your cause.

 

Remain Blessed.

Sidonie is an OVC  in the 3rd.  very happy now.
Sidonie is an OVC in the 3rd. very happy now.
Students play during short breaks.
Students play during short breaks.
Ann Marie use to  be depressed but is happy now.
Ann Marie use to be depressed but is happy now.
Dec 15, 2014

PROGRESS REPORT ON HELP TAKIJA BUILD A NURSERY

Again, here is another  brief report of the Help Takijah build a Nursery school.   It has been a wonderful time seeing the work in progress.  We are looking forward to completing the cementing of the verandas  to have the the structure protected from erosion come  the rainy season in March.

The Children have continued to have the anxiety to see the completed cemented from  within and without painted. It is hour hope that once we are through with the cemennting the verandas round, and putting the ceilings, we willthen move to painting.

I really very much want to thank the supporters of this project and to iinform that only alittle push is left for us to complete and put the nursery school up the taste of the time.

We look forwards for a final push for all everyone so that we can complete the project before June 2015.

Pictures willbe available in our next report showiing the veranders cemented and other works.

 

Remain blessed.

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