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 pri...
Provide education for 100 orphans in Cameroon
 
We are building a school and training centre in the town of Kumbo, Cameroon, providing a safe learning environment, experienced teachers with an aim to sustainably continue to offer educational support services to 100 orphans living in Cameroon yearly as a sustainable project for future generations. After completion, we would increase the intake of orphaned and vulnerable children who have got no means of receiving quality education for admission and training. This will also host the Library project reportread updates from the field
Help Women Start Up Family Poultry Farms
 
This is a project to support the women groups in Bui Division. We want to be buying 3 weeks old chickens and giving to members of our women groups who have been very active and needs help. Each family will be given training on how to keep and fatten Agric fowls for marketing so as to generate recurring income for their families. Children will be trained to help their parents in this project . All family members will be involved. The income will improve family income. We need support. project reportread updates from the field
Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60
 
The pupils at Takija Islamic Nursery School don't have a permanent building to learn in. The 58 pupils presently enrolled and all future generations will benefit from a secure learning environment.This school is an eye opener in this rural vicinity of Kumbo. It is very special in that formerly muslims were not very interested in sending their children to school not to talk of sending them to Nursery schools. What the children who are currently attending school are doing needs a good building. project reportread updates from the field
Help Mbosha women build a primary health centre.
 
This project run by local women will provide essential primary healthcare to the 900 residents of Mbosha village and the many surrounding villages situated in this very rural region of NW Cameroon. Our volunteers have got an opportunity to work in this community and with the help of the Global Giving donors the health centre will after construction also have some modern equipment. The HIV/AIds education in the area is being intensified by one of the volunteers from the UK. project reportread updates from the field
Give the Gift of Education-Sponsor an Orphan Child
 
SEREP provides a vocational education and training for Orphaned and Vulnerable children who are both infected and affected by HIV / AIDS enabling them to be economically self sufficient in the future. After training they become self employed are are employed. Some move to higher institutions of learning with smiles on their faces. These children are usually crowned with counseling, moral, financial and material support while receiving education. We need to increase the intake and quality. project reportread updates from the field
Provide clean water to the rural community
 
The local community and SELF RELIANCE PROMOTERS NGO (SeReP) and local philanthropic groups are struggling to construct a small water supply project. The purpose of the project is to primarily support the health centre in Tsenla-Kikaykela'ki, the village primary schools and secondary schools, as a way forward to fight against cholera and other water related diseases, which come as a result of the absence of untreated water. Finally, to reduce distance of fetching clean water. project reportread updates from the field
Empower Women in Rural Cameroon - Palm Oil Project
 
Palm oil is an integral part of Cameroonian culture. Women in rural areas find it difficult to buy as it is expensive. SEREP will ensure that women in their Women's Groups can buy oil at a fair price. Miss Hannah, a volunteer who worked with this women project when she first came out through Original volunteer is currently holding this project up especially with the available funds that is keeping the project going while funds are being raised to reach out to a wider community. project reportread updates from the field
Donate a school Bag and equipment to an orphan
 
We have a school for orphaned and vulnerable children. Yes we identify and admit them and they do not have basic school needs. School bags and other equipment to support schooling have become a very essential need for children attending school. We also need to equip them with other school needs like text books because they can not afford to have them. These bags and other essential needs will enable us to teach and make them to become well trained. project reportread updates from the field
Providing classrooms for 120 children in Cameroon
 
We are building a permanent and much-needed school so as to provide a safe, dry and nurturing learning environment for 120 orphaned and vulnerable children in rural Cameroon.
 
   

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