Give the Gift of Education-Sponsor an Orphan Child

by Self Reliance Promoters' NGO
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Feb 11, 2013

Progress Report for Give a Gift of Education

OUr voluteer teaching the orphaned children
OUr voluteer teaching the orphaned children

Give a Gift of Education and sponsor and orphaned child in Cameroon is a project is restoring hope, smiles and humanitarian project which is aimed at helping the less privileged children who must have completed Primary school ages between 12 to 18 years. Most of these children are either Orphaned who have lost either one or both of their parents to HIV/AIDS, Accidents or are vulnerable because of their parents are victims of HIV/AIDS or suffering from situations which can not permit them bring them up. I am glad to report that all donations being received are helping them in many ways. Providing their essential educational needs, supporting teachers with teaching materials, etc. We are happy to report that in the new school which we have been able to complete the first phase, they are now studying in a very very conducive environment and in their permanent site. This moth, we received Miss Hanna our volunteer from the Uk who taught them last year. she is very happy teaching in a clean and conducive environment and seeing them happy and studying well with the support of the donors. We are looking forward to stepping up the number of OVC next year if we continue to have support. We wish to please that sponsoring a child for one academic year is a life gift, or supporting with what ever no matter how small it is, is a good investment. Knowledge is power and it once acquired in remains for life. We continue training them, as more support continue to come in and also ensuring that they become responsible children in future. As you can see in the attached picture, Madam Andrea came in from Germany to cement a partnership  with this project for the supply of Long term Volunteers to stay and teach these children. It if a lofty project and we thank all those who have been and are still to be supporting this children. We promise to that together with our volunteers the project will go a long way to helping the children. We pray that God should continue blessing the those who have supported this and also direct those who are interested to supporting orphaned children to gain education to our favour. Respectuflly submitted by, Wirkom Fred, Project Leader

Hanna a student from University of sussex teaching
Hanna a student from University of sussex teaching
Students writing their 1st sequence. Support them
Students writing their 1st sequence. Support them
Mrs Andrea from Internation bund Germany and staff
Mrs Andrea from Internation bund Germany and staff

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Self Reliance Promoters' NGO

Location: Kumbo, Bui Division - Cameroon
Website: http:/​/​www.selfreliancecameroon.org
Project Leader:
Wirkom Fred Mbiydzenyuy
Director
Kumbo, North West Region Cameroon
$2,300 raised of $8,000 goal
 
 
56 donations
$5,700 to go
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