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...
Feb 18, 2016

Progres report on empowering women in Cameroon

Women sharing Palm oil
Women sharing Palm oil

Dear every one.,

 

We have continued to work with the rurual women through the Palm Oil project.  It is really going on very well.  The past three months were a period of Palm oil crises and because we have little capital to buy and stock in advance, they groups did not suffer much from the high prices.

Here attached is one of the women group sharing the Oil and  they are very happly.  Even though many groups are yet to start benefiting because we have limited groups. because of limited capital.

Our doors are still open for those who really want to support this project.  We thank the previous suppoters very much for the support.

We promise to keep on managing the available funds very well and keep on adding more groups to benefit as funds increase.

May God bless you all.

Palm oil already shared
Palm oil already shared

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Jan 15, 2016

progress report of Give a gift of education

Students with their new sport wears
Students with their new sport wears

Happy new year and special greetings  from Cameroon.  Dry season is now at its climax and every place is dry and dusty.  We are glad that our students have  well ventilated classrooms and conducieve for  learning.  

After the Christmass break, all the students are now back to book work. There are all happy receiving their undisruppted classes with enough basic materials for now. Thanks for your support.

Our teachers and volunteers have  also continued to give proper and quality training to these needy children because of your support which is enabling  a sustainable supply of teaching materials and students and educational needs.

We received some new sport shirts and the students are very happy. The attached pictures shows the Shirts and the joy of the students.

One of the problems we have now is the lack of computers for practivals because the old ones are almost out of use and some broken ones are beyond repairs.  Supporting us in feature will keep the Computer lap very functional.

We  wish to thank all the previous and current supporters of this on going project.  The smile that these children wear on their faces is given by you.  God will surely going to be blessing  you through out.

 

Once more, thank you for your support.  May God bless Globalgiving;

Our volunteers with one of the sports shirts
Our volunteers with one of the sports shirts
Students with their new sport wears
Students with their new sport wears
students and  volunteer HENRICK  at the assembly
students and volunteer HENRICK at the assembly
Jan 8, 2016

Progress report for help Mbosha women build

Greetings and happy new year to  all our readers.  Another new year has come.  This  report  is centred on the provious month's activities. 

The women have  continued to administer quality health care to the  entire population of Mbosha Village and other surrounding villages. To be candide it is greately helping  the entire population especially women and children. 

Aftrer Dr, Richard from Sweansea left, Dr. Amino have continued to  make regular visits and seeing critical or referral cases who are either treated or further referred to refrence l hospitals in Kumbo.

Madam Julia has been given enough equipment and capacity building for the control of High Blood patients and the respond is very possitive.  Because of the Dr's visits   many have been diagnosed with High blood and Diabetis which is now being taken care of properly.  

We are preparing tro invite the Distirct Medical officer to visit and also give some capacity buidling to the staff and to encourage the community to make good use of the Health  Centre.

We want to imrpove the Beds because  the flloors  have been cemented, all painting and ceiling done.  The Beds are still local beds.  When we finish with making of new Beds, we will then proceed to buillding  the pharmacy  and the Laboratory. 

We want to appreciate all those supporting this project to have in mind  that one day in future  they will visit the project and see for themselves what their money has done is doing.

We pray that any one who wish to support or recommend  our project to any fund raiser should do so without  and fear.

We are at work and  progress pictures shall be given in our next report.  

May God bless you all.

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