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...
Dec 8, 2015

A Progressive report for provide Education

Students busy writing their exams.
Students busy writing their exams.

Dear readers and lovers of  providing  education  to  the less privileged.

 

Accept special Christmas from the beneficiaries of this project.  As you must have known that this project is on going as training and graduating of old ones  and admitting the younger ones continue, we are happy to report that this quarter has been a busy one.    All the  the children continued to  study in a conducieve  environment being progressively improved.

We were unfortunate that during sport, one of them had a fatal  Arm fracture in the  footballfield and was addmitted in the hospital.  Good enough, the project could help in one way of the other.

We wrote the  all the sequential assessement without any problem.  All our  teachers are very hardworking since this project can sustain and motivate them to work harder with all the  required didactic material.

All our  German volunteers are also working very hard in the aspect of teaching the children and also working with us in the general development of the  schoool.   The number has continued to increase and hopefully  if we continue to receive and support and especially recurring donations,  the project will be very sustainable.

 

We have attahcved here pictures of the children writing the  First semister exams.  We  are  looking  forward to a celebrate a traditional Christmass party  which is scheduled to take place on the 18th of 2015.  This party is to bring them together give  some of them whom we know will not have any one to give them even cloths during Christmas not to talk of shoes.  We also feed them together and then  Educate and advice tham on what Christmas is all about.

I hope the pictures of the Christmass party will be  seen in our next report.

 

I will not hesitate calling on those who are interested to  support this project to do so without any delay.  We are really looking for any one who can choose to become a fundraiser  of this project.

Have a wonderful  Christmas.

arts club members with what the can produce
arts club members with what the can produce
First yr class after exama.The are happy schooling
First yr class after exama.The are happy schooling
Dec 4, 2015

A progress report for help Takija Nursery school

 

Dear ladies and Gentlemen,

 

Once again, I am updating you on the progress of the Takijah Nursery school project.   The kids have continued to study in the  New building  while other little works are going on.

The  villgers have turn to see the need of this Nursery education and because of the conduciveness of the environment,  almost every  child would want to be going to  Nursery school

There is also a programme called Food for education which supports the villagers with some food  in that the provide and villages cook foor for these children especially Rice.  Rice is believed to be eaten in this part of the world by rich families.

I would like to thank those who have been supporting this project and those to help us complet the project in advance.  Our donations and efforts has given a lot of impact in this rural area of Takijah where they did not believe that children of ages 4- 5 can go to school.  If this school is changing the lives of both young and old, it is because of your wonderful support in the past as we look forward in the march towards the completion of the project.

The kids are currently writing their first term exams and to go on a |Christmass break soon.

Do well to help us in recmmeding this project for support so that we complete the project and close the file.7

 

Thank you very much for reading.

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Nov 30, 2015

Progress report for help women start up poultry

One of the women happy with her grown fowls
One of the women happy with her grown fowls

Dear readers,

We discovered  that families  without income can  not  fight against poverty through self employment .  In an effort to  come out a meanse of  empowering women and their fammilies, This project is a very easy and short term  through which  fowls  3 weeks chicks and bought and distributed to families who grow and sell them and  then recycling the capital by way of replacing the  growned ones with the new chickens thereby generating income.

This project is  fast and locrative in that, each family member is trained on how to handle and treat fowls in such a way that within every two months they are able to sell and generate income  through  which the profit is  used for acquiring some of their househood needs.  The Fowl dropings are now used for Key Hole Gardening in various families.

Two months ago we were able to  gain partnership with some local supplies and acted as shortee  to the consignement.  The attached pictures  show how women are succeeding and more women and  requesting to join the project. See the size of the fowls of two months old.  We are  creating partnership in the marketing aspect so that  at any time when the folws are ready, we look for the market. When they sell, they will then buy another generation and start growing for another two months. This project is to continue if we are able to have support from wel wishers.

Each family was given 10 chikens at the cost of 1750 frs and  within two months they sell it at 5000 frs  each.  We are also organizing a feed supplier and if the project is running on well, we may start   to produce feed to reduce the imput for every family and this will increase the profit margin.

 

Even though, we have not got any external funding, the starting is really v ery proisiing.   If the project is advancing, we will also invite some volunteers from our international partners to get involved and to teach them how to use the fowls droping to start up small scale gardends which also give them some income.

 

We would be very grateful if welwishers can help us help these poor families.

 

Thanks for reading this report and promoting it in any other way.

 

May God blless you all.

A woman generating income for her monthly  rifill
A woman generating income for her monthly rifill
A nother women with her own fowls
A nother women with her own fowls
fowls almost ready for sell
fowls almost ready for sell

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