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...
Oct 7, 2013

Progress Report on Provide Education for 100 orphans in Cameroon

Our UK Volunteer carrying sand up for cementing
Our UK Volunteer carrying sand up for cementing

ladies and Gentlement.  I am very delighted to report that this project is going on  well.  It is one of the vibrant project that we have at the moment.  It is very  chalenging and very dear to the entire commuity of Kumbo.

In the three months we have been able to do alot not only depending on the funds from global giving but we also tried to fundrais locally. 

With total involvement of our volunteers from Uk. Jamaika, and Germany, we have moved a gigantic step.  We have been able to put up three class rooms and two office.  

The pictures here attached shows how progressise the project is and the joy of you out there who have been able to support the project with what sover little was contributedby all of you.

Our problem now is roofing, plastering of the walls, cementing of the floors, fittings and painting. After all these must have been done we will proceed to the making of benches for the empty classrooms for the children.

I am happy to report that the students themselves did much work as they were hapy to see us working hard for them to have a very conducie environment for their studies and for the future generation.

We therefore call upon all those who wish to support this project to do so without fear of facour and rest assured that providing education to someone especialy the orphaned and culnerable child is giving food for life.

May God contiue to bless of of you who have supported this project in one way or ther orther whiel calling on those who wll like to suport to do without any doubt of where their hard earned money is going.

We believe that one day the project wil be completed.

 

Respectuflly submitted by

 

Wirkom Fred Mbiydzenyuy,

Project leader.

Volunteer Lady carrying sand
Volunteer Lady carrying sand
Bricklayer measuring sand to be mixed with cement
Bricklayer measuring sand to be mixed with cement
OVCs assisting in transfering sand up.
OVCs assisting in transfering sand up.
OVCs assisting in transfering sand up.
OVCs assisting in transfering sand up.
Two Volunteers measuring sand
Two Volunteers measuring sand

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Sep 30, 2013

Progress Report on Help Takija build a nursery sch

Thank God that after many weeks of no electricity in the nearest town where we can use the internet, we are able to have to day. I wish to apologise to all those that were expected this report for the delay. Another factor that has contributed to this is because the electricity has come but the lines are very very slow and there is no way we can attach pictures. I am writing this brief report and to keep on with the attachement so as to send an updated one with pictures.

Takija Project is becoming one of the most comfortable nursery school in the rural area of Kumbo. Much has been done. Cement was bought and plastering is goind on now with the expectation to fit the windows. However, we do the work only on week ends because children are already studyin in though no yet cemented. We want to finish with the plastering of the walls and the put the window shorters to preven biting dry season cold. We are doing our best and wis that the project be completed as soon as possible so that we can move to other needy communities.

I wish to thank all those who have been supporting the project and those yet to and promising to post another report as soon as we are able to get through with the attachement. I am again sorry for the delay and with all hopes that you understand we are in the most remot part of Cameroon constantly faced with electricity failures and slow internet lines. Thank you immensely for you patience as you wait to see the pictures up.

Respectfully submitted with thanks by

Wirkom Fred Mbiydzenyuy,                                                                                                                       Project leader .

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Aug 27, 2013

Progress Report on Help Mbosha Women build a Primary Health Centre

Volunteers carrying sand for the plastering
Volunteers carrying sand for the plastering

With thanks to the global giving team I hereby, present a report for Help Mbohsha women Build a primary Health centre. We kept on working and encouraging the health care of the area through the efforts of the women who have been managing this health centre for the benefit of the entire community. Our volunteers from UK were very grateful to work in this project. A lot was done in the aspect of free consultations,diagnosing common diseases of the area, Antenatal clinics, children welfare clinic and antinatal clinic. At the tell end were surprised last month with huge amount of money donated to this project by "Womanthology," We are glad to report that presently there is serious work going on in the Health Centre because of this wanderful financial support. Our current volunteers from UK are happily involved in helping the wormrn by participating fully in the plastering, carrying of water for the work that is going on. To end up with the existence of this wanderful project, most women have been empowered. Here below are the activity pictures of the project indicating serious plastering work in the project to be followed by flooring etc. The Volunteers are glad and have promise to continue helping the women through Global Giving with their individuals donations. We thank all other donors who have ever contributed to this project and most especially the Womanthology that has made the project to be currently being improved. Thanks for reading our report and do get back to us if you need more information.

Bricklayer seriously plastering the walls
Bricklayer seriously plastering the walls
Plastering the inner parts of the maternity ward
Plastering the inner parts of the maternity ward
Volunteers pushing sand to be mixed with cement
Volunteers pushing sand to be mixed with cement

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