Apr 15, 2019

Basori Village (Gambia,) Children Empowerment

The report is intended to give an update of progress so far in relation to the Basori project Gambia.

We happy to let you know that the team on the ground is doing an excellent work as we passed the number of children catered for. This shows the desire of children to come off the street and their readiness for school. Families have been very supportive and embrace our presence. All this is because of your support and concern for these children.

 We still concern about our next challenge in sending Blessing N Ebube  to tertiary education once she completes her exam. She is promising and determine to wipe away her past but this will prove impossible without your support. Her photo was included in our last report.

I have included a PowerPoint of the new children unlisted to our program due to your support.

We are very far from reaching our target in terms of funding which is our great concern especially at this time when the community we are serving is gaining confidence and trust in the services we rendering to them. Please As a special appeal please continue to support us and help us reach other people and organization that will help us give these children new life and new beginning.

 As we continue our mission on the field we want to thank you all (donors’ potential donor and supporters and GlobalGiving) for helping us reaching out to these children. We are grateful and happy your donations is giving hope to these children and building a healthy community.

Your continue support is requested for us to be able to meet our target as we continue to engage in making difference

Thank you for supporting SCEO and we look forward for your continued support.   

 

Best Regards

Jonathan Kaitell


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Jan 15, 2019

Basori Village project progress report

The report is intended to give an update of progress so far in relation to the Basori project Gambia.

The picture above is Blessing N Ebube. She attends one of the schools we work with, The Glory Baptist School. Blessing is an orphan who was abused by a Nigerian man who took advantage over her homelessness. Unfortunately she got pregnant in the process and life becomes more miserable. She is in Grade 12 ready to write the West African Examination Council Exam. Unfortunately the school could not keep up with her challenges as she owes the school for three academic years (G 11, 12).

Our team was informed and we were able to save her from going back to the street by settling all her bills and support her with her studies. We are now monitoring her progress to see that she make good grades in her coming exams. The next challenge is sending her to tertiary education once she completes her exam. We have attached her story written by her for your consideration.

Again in our continuous effort to re-integrate and prevent the underprivileged from entering the street, three other children have been rescued as they have been home for the past three months without going to school due to inability by their single mother to pay fees. They have now returned back to school because of your support.

As we continue our mission on the field we want to thank all donors’ potential donor and supporters for helping us reaching out to these children. We are grateful and happy your donations is giving hope to these children and building a healthy community.

Your continue support is requested for us to be able to meet our target as we continue to engage in making difference

Thank you for supporting SCEO and we look forward for your continued support.  in communities.

 

Best Regards

Jonathan Kaitell


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Oct 10, 2018

Basori Village project progress report

 

 This report is intended to give an update of progress so far in relation to the Basori project Gambia.

The picture above is children of the Basori Village re-integrated in to homes and rejoin in to school.

Due to high rate of unemployment and increasing poverty children are vulnerable in dropping out of school and eventually ending up in the street or a stay at home child leaving them with no hopes of what the future holds.

Our project team has been very active in re-integrating these children in to homes and re-joining them back to school. As part of our commitment to empower these children we provide school supplies and other basic amenities to support their studies and development

Today we visited the school in the village of Basori to support these children from donations received from GlobalGiving and we were overwhelm with the progress and commitment of these children

We are glad to state that our engagement with GlobalGiving has giving us confidence that we will be able to re-integrate and empower these children.

Although less than 3% of the funds required are donated we were able to donate school supplies and clothing to these children to cover the whole of the first term from September to December 2018.  We believe this is a great achievement as the community is beginning to gain confidence and recognize our work as the children are progressing steadily within the shortest time of our involvement in the village.

The head master of the school express appreciation and thank the Organisation for the impact our organization is making in the village as well as making a special request which he refer to as pressing needs of the school to support these children.

He requested our organization to help the school in digging an extra borehole to supply water as the present one of the schools cannot carry the demand of the school.

He also requests our assistance in fencing the school. He said that the unfence school is making it difficult in controlling the children as well as exposing them to danger from outsiders.

To all donors and potential donors we thank you for helping us reaching out to these children as we believe this is the beginning of our commitment to serve. We consider the plea from the head masters very urgent as we hope to receive your support when launched.

We are sure that you are happy your donations is giving hope to these children and building a healthy community.

Your continued support is requested for us to be able to meet our target in continuously engaged in making a difference in these children education and social lives.

Please start a monthly recurring donation for a small amount as these will help us reach out to many more and make this community healthy.

Thank you for supporting SCEO and we look forward for your continued support.

Best regards

Jonathan kaitell


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