With your hard earned cash, which you have sacrificed to give hope and smile to teenage mothers and family in Cameroon. We are able to increase the number of our micro credit revolving Loan scheme beneficiaries by 2 in December 2010.
Your continued support is needed more than ever before.
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Hi Friends and Donors!
This year SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL has raised $ 2,599. As a result, we have been able to give hope and smile to a total of 59 mothers and 94 children, out of the 100 mothers and 200 children targeted, having been empowered with life skills. Twenty-five mothers and 35 children have received mutual health coverage for a year, and five mothers have received start-up capital of $100.
Help us reach our goal on or before 31 December 2010, SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL plans to continue capacity building on entrepreneurship, advocacy, child care, give micro credit and health care coverage. Help us continue to make a difference in Cameroon, South West Region, Fako Division! Thank you for your continued support. In service,
Our revolving credit scheme recorded 81% recovery and we are able to expand the scheme to more beneficiaries who have already been trained.
There is an increasing demand for our training sessions from Ekona, Muyuka, Tiko, Mbanga, Tole – (rural farming areas). We look forward to your continued support. Link- http://goto.gg/3643
Once more we are grateful for the wonderful support; without which this project would not have recorded the success we are recording. Thanks.
Share with friends, co-workers and family to continue the support.
Cause title:Teaching Entrepreneurship Advocacy to Teen Mothers.
Cause link- http://goto.gg/3643.
We held the second workshop on February 26 and 27, 2010, with 29 mothers in attendance. This gives us total of 59 mothers and 94 children, out of the 100 mothers and 200 children targeted, having been empowered with life skills. Twenty-five mothers and 35 children have received mutual health coverage for a year, and five mothers have received start-up capital of $100 each.
“I thank SDI for their sense of direction in helping teen mothers like us…otherwise my family would have remained paupers. Now I can boast of providing for my family.” --Egbe Constance Egbe, beneficiary at Long Street, Buea.
Now we have 34 mothers trained without the associate micro credit and health care and 41 more to be trained to get micro credit and health care coverage, to meet our target of 100 mothers. There are more than 64 children of teen mothers yet to get health care coverage. What is the way forward?
We have decreased the child mortality rate, created businesses, supported teen mothers, and gave them voices for active participation in the socioeconomic development of their communities.
What do you think about our project? How can we work together to attract wider support? Link:http://goto.gg/3643
We look forward to your continued support, without which the road to achieving our strategic intention is rough and stormy.
We are glad to inform you that the University Buea http://www.ubuea.net is
supporting our cause by providing
resource persons for our cause workshops. The impact: less money is
spent on consulting
and more on our target beneficiaries.
The first workshop is now scheduled for 27 and 28 November 2009. You
are all welcome
and we look forward to your continued support.
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South West Region,