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...
May 19, 2016

EMPOWER WOMEN IN CAMEROON

Dea all,

 

This is the most busiest time for peasant farmers in the North west Region of Cameroon where this project is being carried out. The project has really  created a lot of impact in  Bui. The project has attracted women to be more organized in groups as women groups or common initiative groups.  Agricultural techinicians have got a means of giving agriculatural advice  them in groups.

More women have continued to join the existing  groups because of the  Palm oil project and other self help workshops are being organized.  

I am therefore very  very delighted to report that the project is going on very  steadily though with limited funds, we are able to be rotating the sharing of oil.    The groups have continued to generate their  collective income so that in future, they will be able to use the  profit as their own capital so that the project funds can extend to some new groups.

We  really would love to continue giving our sincere thanks to our supporters while calling on welwishers to support this project to help more women and families.

The Project is very sustainable.

 

May God bless you all.

 

Wirkom Fred.

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Apr 18, 2016

PROGRESS REPORT ON GIVE THE GIFT OF EDUCATION - SPONSOR AND ORPHANED CHILD IN CAMEROON

Dear friends,  supporters and readers,

This child sponsorship project is going a long way by creating a very good impact in the lives of this class of children in Cameroon and in Kumbo in particular.

These children have coninued to study  duirng this  2nd semister without any hindrance in terms of school needs.  However, we addmitted more than were supported and as the year is running out, we re already running out of  didactic material, and other related needs like end of year examinatin material.  Typing sheets, ink etc.

Our volunteers have continued doing their best along side local staff to ensure that quality education being provided is sustainable.

Henrick the German Volunteer from Internatinal Bond organisation  (IB) is doing his best in the teaching of English while Tom is teaching Mathematics.    

We have got a school in Germany which we are working towards creating a partnerhsip for our kids to be communicating with their students as Pen friends.  Henrick is working hard torwards this new partnership.

We are currently rounding up to  start setting questions for the promotion examination  to start next month.  We shall get pictures of Henric pen friends club, arts club end of year examination and post in our next report.

We admitted many of them this year and some of them are alreading in the graduating class.  After the Graduation at the end of May, we will be looking for those who will get to high school and if not join various specialties.

During the long term holiday which starts in June we  will get into identifying another set  of less priviledged children to admit   for next acadmic year.  AS such, we are calling on welwishers to support this ongoing project as the demand for our services is still very high.

We wish to express our sincere thanks to this years sponsors of supporters without which we would have reached this level without total failure.     Boast this project in which ever way you think it is possible.

May God bless you all.

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Apr 6, 2016

PROGRESS REPORT FOR HELP MBOSHA WOMEN BUILD A PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRE.

Nathalie and Lizie visited Mbosha.
Nathalie and Lizie visited Mbosha.

Dear readers,

Mbosha Women  Health post is in good footing.  It has continued helping the community in a higher degree.  "The Number of diliveries have continued to be very successfull. This is beause the workers have been receiving some  courses organized by SeRep and its voluneers.

When Doctor Richard left, the medical equipment and other medication that he brought is really heling many who can not afford to pay for the drugs even though at subsidized cost.

Nathalia and Lizie visited the Health post and passed a night with the villages. They are very impressed with theprogress being made in terms of services and imrpvoement of the structures.

Mbosha still need more mordern equipment to be bought and the  construction of the separate Building for the Laboratory and the Martenity wards is in the plan as priotities to keep going.

We want to call on those who would like to continue supporting this project to do for sake of this community.

 

May God bless you all.

 
   

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