Teen Empowerment Project Monthly Report: April 2013
April started with a bang: 30 teens from Muea were identified and the workshops are now underway. The Mutual Health enrolment and other paperwork is a bit of a slow process but we got a new kick of motivation after having over 90 teens from Bolifamba show up for the identification.
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Teen Mother Empowerment Monthly Project Report: March 2013
Arriving on the 10th of March, the new Program Coordinator, Antonia Morzenti from United States was briefed on the previous activities of the TME program which has been underway in Buea since 2009. Antonia was given the assignment of working with Cameroonian social worker, Mr. Nzue Maxentius. Together the two of them, on behalf of SDI, have a target of 5 villages and 100 teens to empower through a series of workshops. At the debut, nineteen teens were already identified in the village of Maumu and we moved from on from there.
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Dear Donors, Supporters and Friends,
We would like to sincerely thank you for all the painstaking efforts in making our project fruitful with your hard earned cash and technical support.
THE GIRL EFFECT FUND has made it possible, first in the history of our teenage mothers' project, to start envisaging achieving our yearly target of reaching out to 100 teenage mothers' direct beneficiaries.
So far we have received 45% funding of our yearly budget from THE GIRL EFFECT FUND just in the first quarter of 2013. this is promising. Bravo!!! The GIRL EFFECT FUND.
With THE GIRL EFFECT FUND we are sure to start our Teenage Mothers Institute come September, 2013. Our most cherished goal to be achieved in Cameroon.
Antonia Morzenti , a volunteer from Wisconsin, USA with grant support from OMPRAKASH will handle the capacity building of teenage mothers in the next 6 months. She will arrive in Cameroon, Buea 10 March, 2013. OMPRAKASH we are grateful!!!
January 2013, we evaluated the Tole village project.
February 2013 we started with Mamul Village, sensitization and identification with 20 teenage mothers to receive complete capacity building training over a period of four months, 40 Mutual health coverage for a year (Mother and child), and school sponsorship for 3 to continue their education and, the rest entrepreneurs in the making.
March 2013, we began with Lower Muea and upper Muea villages, we held fruitful discussions with the two chiefs; sensitization and identification of teenage mothers in their communities has begun. By March 15, 2013 we will be through with the two Muea villages sensitization, and identification process.
The last two weeks of March, 2013 we will focus our attention to cover Bolifamba and Dibanda villages. This gives us 5 villages targeted yearly with 100 teenage mothers' direct beneficiaries.
THE GIRL EFFECT FUND know that we are in this together; our achievement is your achievement, we could not have envisage achieving so much this year without your support Cameroon Teenage Mothers hold you in high Esteem.
We look forward to your continued support and; please join us in modeling our future mothers and leaders.
Hello Supporters and Friends !!
We are glad to report to you that 2012 ended with an advocacy and personal development workshop for 15 teenage mothers in Bonduma village.
In October , We got the Tole teenage mothers shop a spacious environment and shop functioning. Though we were not able to meet our target in 2012.
In 2013 we are targeting 100 teenage mothers in 5 localities within Fako division, Soutt West Region for capacity building, Revolving Micro Credit, Health Care coverage.
Yeah!!! We are grateful for all your support throughout 2012. We could not have achieved what we have done so far without your generous donations. We are grateful for your support.
Thank you once again !!
We look forward to 2013..
Merry X-Mass and A Prosperous 2013 !!!
Donors and supporters,
It is a wonderful pleasure working with you all these years. Your hard earned cash puts our strategic intentions into reality.
We are pleased to inform you that two teen mothers have received microcredit loan of US$100 each.
The Tole teen mothers shop is picking up; in the next four months we will include a call shop section in a bid to make the shop auto-financing and increase the opportunities of teen mothers to handle more functions in the shop.
Shallot (picture attached ) has taken the task of looking for a more spacious accommodtion to host more activities.
We look forward to your continued support in salvaging the vulnerability of our future mothers/care-givers and leaders in our communities
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South West Region,