PROGRESS REPORT ON HELP MBOSHA WOMEN BUILD A PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRE
By Wirkom Fred Mbiydzenyuy - Project Leader
Here comes another report for Mbosha. I am glad to report that this lone rural health post has become a busy bee. This is because with the current crisis, there is no way people can move freely. As such, war victimv are being received and treated accordingly.
This health centre is really helping alot because of your help and we have continued to improve the structures and the quality of service.
We only regret the fact that we have not had updated equipment to attend to real cases.
We pray that the love for this project by potential supporters should continue.
PROGRESS REPORT ON PROVIDE EDUCATION TO 100 ORPHANS
By Wirikom Fred Mbiydzenyuy - Project Leader
We are glad to report again after three months. It is actually sad that in the presence of war, schools are not operational. However this has been a major project in Kumbo designated for helping orphans and vulnerable children in Kumbo.
I am very gald to report that despite the burnings of schools, homes and business places, the SEREP school has not been affected.
We have Continue to protecting the structures, the equipment and even improving the environment awaiting school resumption when things return to nomalcy.
We have high hopes that schools will resume next September and with an increase in adimission brought about by this war.
We want to thank our supporters and request for prayers as we work throughout this crisis.
PROGRESS REPORT ON HELP TAKIJAH BUILD A NURSERY SCHOOL TO EDUCATE 60
By Wirkom Fred - Project leader
It is very regretable that up till now schools have not resumed in this part of the country because of the War. Takijah happened to be along the Ring road where the battle is taking place weekly. Almost all the people of Takijah have fled to neighboring villages while some are in Nigeria as refregees.
How ever, every one can not leave the village. The left overs whose compounds were not destroyed and of course who were not along the mainroad have continued to live therein.
As such, we are intensifying our house to house basic education programme. We are seriously looking forward for normalcy to return even though the Government is speaking much about the dialogue but emphasising on the armed separaties to lay down their weapons first and the separated have refused because they doubt their security.
Also, the total quest for indepence of the Southern Cameroon has remained the forcus of the separaties and until their problem is solved, there is no security sending children to school. Teachers are not also safe to teach even if the pupils are there.
We are trying to help this children in any way possible.