Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60

by Self Reliance Promoters' NGO
Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60
Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60
Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60
Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60
Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60
Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60
Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60
Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60
Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60
Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60
Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60
Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60
Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60
Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60
Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60
Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60
Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60
Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60
Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60
Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60

Thank God that after many weeks of no electricity in the nearest town where we can use the internet, we are able to have to day. I wish to apologise to all those that were expected this report for the delay. Another factor that has contributed to this is because the electricity has come but the lines are very very slow and there is no way we can attach pictures. I am writing this brief report and to keep on with the attachement so as to send an updated one with pictures.

Takija Project is becoming one of the most comfortable nursery school in the rural area of Kumbo. Much has been done. Cement was bought and plastering is goind on now with the expectation to fit the windows. However, we do the work only on week ends because children are already studyin in though no yet cemented. We want to finish with the plastering of the walls and the put the window shorters to preven biting dry season cold. We are doing our best and wis that the project be completed as soon as possible so that we can move to other needy communities.

I wish to thank all those who have been supporting the project and those yet to and promising to post another report as soon as we are able to get through with the attachement. I am again sorry for the delay and with all hopes that you understand we are in the most remot part of Cameroon constantly faced with electricity failures and slow internet lines. Thank you immensely for you patience as you wait to see the pictures up.

Respectfully submitted with thanks by

Wirkom Fred Mbiydzenyuy,                                                                                                                       Project leader .

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This is another opportunity for  me to give a brief report on this project. This Time students did very well in the shool structure which is still incompleted because we are looking forward to start the cementing of the floors and the fitting of the windows to get on with painting depending on our resources.

The many nursery school kids are now enjoying the building though not yet made to the standard it deserves.  Our volunteers visited the project and were very impressed with the progress being made and the satisfaction the kids and the staff have started gaining even as the structure is yet to be up to date.

The good quality pictures are still to be given to us by the said volunteers as we had no good camera to take quality pictures.

I am therefore happy to thank all those who have been supporting this project just to see that the kids have a conducive learning environment.

Our next report will have all the updated pictures.  We are working had on this project and who ever is supporting the project should do so without any doubt.

Currently we have got a volunteer who is assigned to work on this project and hopefully all will be okay before September next year for us to close the project and give glory to God.

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I am glad to report this time this project is seeing a green light as it has got some donations within the last weeks.

We are now looking forward for disbursement so as to get on with the work.  However, we were doing some local fund raising and once the Global giving disburse the donations a great step will be taken.

We want to thank these donors for their support and promising that they will see great pictures of the work.  Our volunteer Hannah  will be working in this community in the weeks ahead and also to give HIV/Aids training to their parents and the entire community.   If enough funds are acquired, she will be able to help in the supervision before leaving at the end of April.

Investing on education especially at the level of nursery school if a life long gift.  Supporting this project is leaving a legacy because the structure will be there for long and helping children from generation to generation.

I wish to encourage those who wish to support this project to do so with all their hearts.

To end up, I am glad to report that the work we started is moving progressively and one day we will complete. Recommend this project to your friends and relatives since you have already chosen this as your cause.

 

May God bless you.

Respectfully submitted by

Wirkom Fred,

Project leader

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Takija is located in the real rural vilage in the North West Province of Cameroon.  The community of this locality have started seeing the importance of nursery education because of this project.  The project is like an eye opener to neighboring because the children that have been attending this school has made a difference by way of speacking, reading and even participating in official match passes.

The school remain a centre of attraction in most occasions.  the enrolement has been increased  as work on the construction continue.

We have aquired some cement geting ready to start plastering the  inner parts of the school.  Thanks to the frew that have so far supported this project.

We hope that during this Christmas season, donors wi support the young once in this local  and rural vicinity to continue opening the eyes of other villages with quality nursery education.

 

May God Bless you.

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Schools were  out on holiday and what  has been done within the last period  the improvement of the benches and the surroundings of the school premises.  A Parent teachers and the entire community  had a meeting to evaluate the work done in the building project so face.  The Headmistress and the PTA execuive where given an applouse for the improvement in the school building and it environment.  


The community did not full their hands waiting only for external funding, they have also fixed a levey to paid by parent as soon as the schoo re-opens on the 3rd so as to buy cement and  use the sand that was bought with the financial support through the Global Given.   Pictures of the Sand  was posted in  on of the reports.

As the schoo resumes and funds are raised, plastering and flooring will get on and pictures of the work shall be posted in our next report.

The school is situated in a pure rural setting and the people are living in absolute poverty.  We wish to encourage willing and sheerful charity hands to support this project without any constrains.

Helping the Takijah Nursery school is a permanent gift for present and future generation.

Thanks to the few donors that have pushed the work financially to reach at the current level.

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Self Reliance Promoters' NGO

Location: Kumbo, Bui Division - Cameroon
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @selfreliance@yahoo.com
Project Leader:
Wirkom Fred Mbiydzenyuy
Director
Kumbo, Cameroon
$5,188 raised of $7,000 goal
 
65 donations
$1,812 to go
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