Project #6503

Help Mbosha women build a primary health centre.

by Self Reliance Promoters' NGO
Blocks for the construction of additional rooms
Blocks for the construction of additional rooms

Dear genrous supporters.  It is true that the hand that gives is always blessed.  We have gone up to this level because your your hands of charity.   We haver been doing alot in this project  just becuase you are out there and h ave continued to support us.

As projected in our precious reports we are presently constructing another block to host  a separate children and women ward plus a pharmacy.

Your donations have made a maginificient progess in the progress because we have been able to complet the first block and not we are moving on toe the second blocl.  ?The secone block is very necessary because the existing one could only host the  children and women ward in onr room, the mens and pharmacy in one room and then the martenrity  and the labor room in one room. 

I am therefore, very glad to report aht  with the new block there will be alot of space and  medical services administered  free of contamination.  Also, the labor and the maternity will be separated. repZking forward to start the building and will be reported in the our next report showing how far we have gone with teh construction.

If we are supported well and within a short space, we will complete thisproject and write a final report.


May God bless you all.


Thank you all for Mbosha Women  H/C is helping more and more people.


Mbosha women Health centre has remained very helpful to the communities of Mbosha, Banten, Yelum, Kidzem etc.

The above mentioned villages are  villages surrounding the Mbosha village.   The Health Unit is  really helping   them so much.

Within the last three months the rain was too much and road to Mbosh as usual was terrible.   There was not way a  truck could get the needed material for the construction.  As such we are getting set  to start the work as the rain is giving way soon.

We have already planned to construct another  block to host the women, men and children ward so that the Maternity ward should be  separate.

This is needed because more patients have continued to visit the Health centre and  thereby demanding space for inpatients and also for the Laboratory.


Our next report will have pictures of the new block.  If we are ready to start this block it is because of your financial support.   We are therefore calling on previous and current donors to keep on sharing this project to others.


May God bless you all.

Dear all,


I am glad to report that this women are doing  excellently well.  After the visit of  Dr. Richard a student Doctor who came in from the Uk and organized a massive and free consultation in collaboration with the International University of Bamenda, the outpatient consultations  have been increased wonderfully.   He took his time and train the local nusrses and  how to  carry out diabetic regular follow up and  together with High Blood. The number of these patiens that were still incuring high cost of transport travelling to Kumbo twon are now receiving their control medication at Mbosha.

The number  of inpatient too has increased because the health centre has been painted and made up to a standard of of a health centre.  Howeveer, we still need to do more work and to be buys  some baxi isquipment for the laboratory.  

At this point the Health centre has not got a lab and it is very very  essential.  I would like to call on those who really wish to support this loudable initiative to support so that we can  break through the needy Laboratory.  

I want to express my thanks to those who  have been sopporting this women because their hard earned money y  has really help alot.  The entire community is very relax.  The wories of lack of a health unit for primary health care  is not more there.  

Continues antenatal and child welfare activities is going on sustainably and the health of the people in general is improved.

let us join ouir hand and support to complet this project in the near future and hand it officially to the community.

If we have more support  we can put up the Lab department come this dry season i.e. between October and January 2016.


Thanks for reading this report.W


Nathalie and Lizie visited Mbosha.
Nathalie and Lizie visited Mbosha.

Dear readers,

Mbosha Women  Health post is in good footing.  It has continued helping the community in a higher degree.  "The Number of diliveries have continued to be very successfull. This is beause the workers have been receiving some  courses organized by SeRep and its voluneers.

When Doctor Richard left, the medical equipment and other medication that he brought is really heling many who can not afford to pay for the drugs even though at subsidized cost.

Nathalia and Lizie visited the Health post and passed a night with the villages. They are very impressed with theprogress being made in terms of services and imrpvoement of the structures.

Mbosha still need more mordern equipment to be bought and the  construction of the separate Building for the Laboratory and the Martenity wards is in the plan as priotities to keep going.

We want to call on those who would like to continue supporting this project to do for sake of this community.


May God bless you all.

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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Self Reliance Promoters' NGO

Location: Kumbo, Bui Division - Cameroon
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Wirkom Fred Mbiydzenyuy
Mbve, Kumbo Cameroon
$8,325 raised of $9,500 goal
31 donations
$1,175 to go
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