Provide education for 100 orphans in Cameroon

 
$7,950
$7,050
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Jan 28, 2013

Hard work progress report

first phase completed and painted. Bravo.
first phase completed and painted. Bravo.

We are sorry that we have had problems getting pictures on to our report.  We are glad to report that finally we are able to have all our supporters view what has been happening in this project after the last report.  

With your wonderful support, and other supports from both the Board, and our volunteers on site, we have moved a very big big step by completing the first phase of the project.

Students are already making good use of the beutiful and conducive structure.   They are happy and the staff   currently teaching there  are also very satisfied.

The Community came out to support this project with the labour and local supplies like Corn fufu, Palm wine and other local support which could help in the feeding of the large pupulation that came out to do the decking.

We did the Painting ourselves togehter with the students and other members of the community.  We are making sure that all what comes in for this project is 100% directed to the project.

We are looking on to getting on to the 2nd phase which will create a computer lap, and other two classes.  We pray that those who have been supporting this project should continue advocating for the 2nd phase so that we can can realise the full project in the near future.

Feel free to still support or recommend this project as we  look forward  to raising funds for the 2nd phase to start in March.

We highly appreciate those who have been supporting this project.  Your hard earned money was well used and you can now see a beautiful structure for the purpose of providing  education for at least 100 students in yearly.

May God bless you abundantly.

A side view of the first phase of the project
A side view of the first phase of the project
constructon before the painting
constructon before the painting
Communitiy participation in the decking execise
Communitiy participation in the decking execise

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Nov 21, 2012

Great progress report for provide education

Students participating in the Construction Project
Students participating in the Construction Project

First of all I am glad to thank the entire global Giving team for  staying by us in times of  hard times getting this project  going on.  I am indeed very grateful to report on this project.  In the previous report, we  reported on the progress which were able to complete the decking  of the first phase.

We have again moved a giant step in that the entere first phase was  has been plastered,, the floors cemenred, pilars and the veranders have been completed.

We are currently working on the toilets and looking forward to the painting  of the building.  We were blessed to have a powerful team of volunteers who supported the project wonderfully for us to acquire more cementn Sand and stones for the on going work. 

These volunteers are working very hard to see that even if the first four class rooms are partially completed pending decoration and finishing touches, the students should get in on or before the 10th of December 2012.

Shey Maurice, Miss Jodie, Laura and Paul are all from the Uk and they are happily working in this project.

Shey Maurice had to assist the Director and has been acting as the project Manager during the last one month up to December 15th.   We have blessed with this great man sho could carry our a lot phisical work on the project  with the students and staff.   He has also contributed both financially and phisically in to this project and that is why we have recorded a giant great progress.  

We cannot attach all the project pictures because of the nature of our enternate lines.  As such this face book links could be visited for more pictures of the project.www.facebook.com/serepngo.  A vist should also be made to the project leaders face book  for more pictures.

These orphaned and vulnerable children are very happy being involved in the construction project which is aimed at amelorating the studying condition and for quality education to be provided.    

I wish to thank all the donors of this project and encourage them  share about this project with families and friends for more support to enable us take a shorter time to complete this project.

 

May God bless all those who cares about the less privileged children and giving them hope through education.

Jodie, Director and Students at the Project Site
Jodie, Director and Students at the Project Site
Director and Students at the site
Director and Students at the site
Volunteer Paul working on the Project site
Volunteer Paul working on the Project site

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Aug 30, 2012

Progress Report on Provide Education for 100 Orphans in Cameroon

Iron Benders working in preparation for Decking
Iron Benders working in preparation for Decking

No tongue can express the wonderful progress that this project has been recorded. This is because of the efforts that we employed. The last disubursement  which was the highest that this project has ever received took us to a  very high level.  This encouraged all our volunteers, holiday students and all the staff members including the community to join participate actively in the project

50% of the disbursed money was used for buying wood for the completion of the framework for the last rooms in addition to iron rods, cement, sand and technical labour. We were able to do a lot in the project as you can see from the project pictures.

In fact we are very much delighted to report that within the last one month much has been done because of our financial support.

We are looking forward to do the final decking of the first phase on the 8th of August, if  we can raise some money to buy at least 70 bags of cement and timber for the final form work. 

We thank those who have been supporting this project and just like Oliver Twist would always do, we wish to inform  all who have shown interest in this project to give us another  touch. For those who are yet to discover this project to do support should be doing so with great assurance and confidence that all the donation are 100% directed to the project.

We may be able to come up with a video for the community decking exercise of the 8th of September through YouTube.

Thanks to every one who have been supporting this project and those that still to. 

May God Bless you.

Bricklayer finishing the last class decking block.
Bricklayer finishing the last class decking block.
Final matting of the iron rods for final decking.
Final matting of the iron rods for final decking.
Bricklayer finishing the last chalking with cement
Bricklayer finishing the last chalking with cement

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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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Mar 19, 2012

PROGRESS REPORT ON PROVIDING EDUCATION FOR 100 ORPHANS IN CAMEROON

Volunteers and Orphans at the rented school
Volunteers and Orphans at the rented school

 

It is our pleasure to report on the progressive nature of the Project Provide Education for 100 Orphans in Cameroon.

We were caught up by the dry season after moving a giant step with the last disbursement.

We were able to make the form work, buy some iron rods, paid the technicians to work on the Decking work.

We continue to receive Volunteers who are grateful to see where your support is going and actually what it is used for.

Below are the most recent Volunteers from UK who really appreciate the work with the Children in the rented apartment.

Rains have come again and hopefully we are soon to resume the decking work again.

However, we still need some support to enable us get on with the work and to eventually complete the first phase of the project.   We are really very grateful to all our donors and wish them all the blessings.

Volunteers with the Prefects
Volunteers with the Prefects
Year Three Students in Class
Year Three Students in Class
Year Two students in class
Year Two students in class
Year One Students in class
Year One Students in class

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Project Leader

Wirkom Fred Mbiydzenyuy

Director
Kumbo, North West Region Cameroon

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