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 13, 2013

PROGRESS REPORT OF MBOSH WOMEN HEALTH CENTRE

Nancy a volounteer  plastering the wall seriously
Nancy a volounteer plastering the wall seriously

Dear supporters and welwishers. I am glad to  present another report of the Mbosha Women Health centre project.  We are working hard to see that the  building is completely plastered  within and without. 

Our volunteers enjoy spending most week ends with the women and taking part in the project and ineracting with the villages in an excellent manner.  They all enjoy seeing the progess of the work  and as they take part in the work as women,  I wish to thank you so much for your support.

We also noted that Cows and sheeps are visiting the environment and we are  currenting erecting a solide fence  around the hedges that were planted  during the rainy season by the women and the volunteers.

The work is moving on and hopefully by next year, much will be done if we gain more support.  The Health centre has continued to help in primary health care services even as the structures are being improved.

I have decided to put the pictures of volunteers actively involved in the project with a lot of satisfaction.  Can you imagine women plastering the building alongside with local bricklayers. Thanks to the providers of the funds.

Thank you very much for your cosintues support untile the project is finally realized.

May God bless you all.

volunteer involved in the work
volunteer involved in the work
laura going to carry water for the work
laura going to carry water for the work
Cross section of women with volunteers at the site
Cross section of women with volunteers at the site

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Oct 25, 2013

Progress report on Give the Gift of Education-Sponsor an Orphan Child

students in the assembly ground
students in the assembly ground

Yes, time has come again for another progress report regarding the Give the Gift of Education-sponsor and Orphan children in Cameroon. Primarily I have the honour to thank all those who have made this project lively waxing well progressively.

From the pictures attached no one can doubt about the happiness and hope that has so been reinstated on these children who must have lost hope. They have been receiving their lessons very well, and with the help and continutes presence of the volunteers and our local staff that have had enough capacity building on how to take catre or orphaned children, a lot has been achieved.

We were able to make new benches and they have been put into use by those who did not even have spave to sit in the classes that have provided.

The German volunteers who came in to teach for one year are also doing the best in the teaching of English and Mathematics.

I am glad to reassure those who supported this project in the past to rest assured that their hard earned money has gone a long way to serve the purpose for which it was designated and now there are some children wearing smiling faces because of them.

For those who would like to support this project, I call on you to do so without any doubt and can contact us directly for any other information or details about the project.

May God the almighty bless all who have been supporting this project and also direct those who wish to extend their charitable hands to the less privildeged to us.

A Volunteer teaching the OVCs in Class
A Volunteer teaching the OVCs in Class
A Volunteer with the OVCs for sport
A Volunteer with the OVCs for sport
New benches for the OVCs
New benches for the OVCs
Volunteer Jon and the OVCs in class
Volunteer Jon and the OVCs in class
students receiving moral lessons
students receiving moral lessons

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Oct 10, 2013

Progress report on Empower Women in Rural Cameroon - Palm Oil Project

 

The Palm oil project which is an initiative to empower women to be able to raise capaital for themselves, fight against poverty amongs them, and also  acting as a unifying factor for  them to receive  support from each other  remain very active with the little capital that we have.

Since August, there was a progressive decline in the supply of the Palm oil thereby, reducing the quantity that our capital  was sypplying in the past.

The prices continued  skyrocating till date and this is making it difficult for some women to receive the little oil and pay on time.   This is a clear indication that the objective of striving to raise capital for SeReP to infuture keep on buying in bulk the the supply in much and releasing them at the cheapest prices possible with the supply declines is something to work hard towards raising funds for this project.

However, we continued to work with the pilot groups even though with reduced  quantity to all the groups, they are still very happy that the prices are still below the market price.   

Our volunteers continued to work with the women  in their various groups and educating them on proper book keeping. Nancy and Laura from Uk did their best to review the project accoung and also did some updates and other ways which the central accounting system for the project should be run.

The Fulani (Bororo women) are really  benefiting for this project and we are also very satisfied with  the way the project is helping the women very well.

We pray the the project should in future have enough capaitl to get on well and to extend to other groups.

We sincerely thank those who have supported this project in the past and call on those are yet to join the course of  helping these women to do so without and hesitation.

Predencia one of our volunteer has been assigned to work with this groups and collect enough pictures for the project.  I regret to inform you that we have tried to attach the ones that we hav enow and our lines are terrible.  It takes us many days to have a pictures attached.  We are in the real rural area of Cameroon and access to this is not very easy.

May God Bless all of you.

Wirkom Fred Mbiydzenyuy,

Project leader

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