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
Children infront of thier class
Children infront of thier class

I am glad to report once more on the progress of this project. The Takijah Nurersy schooildren  started using their building though not yet cemented.  The parents are very grateful and happy to support the building with labour and local material.

All the financial support  through the GlobalGiving have been directed towards buying what they can not produce locally and technical work.

The children finally had their promotion examination and some were promoted to nursery too, while some will be getting on to class one. 

The project has also encouraged many people in the village to know the importance of nursery school and this has caused a big concern for other villages to start opening their own community nursery schools.

We thank all the supporters of this project as we look forward for more donations to plaster and possibly paint the building before September when they will be resuming from long holidays.

We also thanks the GlobalGiving team for their wonderful work that is being felt by people of all ages.

a cross section of the nursery school children.
a cross section of the nursery school children.

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The picture of the nuresery one pupils
The picture of the nuresery one pupils

 

Great thanks for all who have been supporting this project just to see that they have a good learning environment. the project is progressing seriously as the community is not only relying on the global giving but they are also struggling to do some local fund raising.

This can be seen from the pictures below. We have been able to complete the roofing that was half way done during the visit of the Global giving team and again with the last disbursement, the made up and acquired a 20ton tipper of Sand. I got the snap shots of the children and the sand. the project has increase the intake because they have hope for a better learning environment.

We thank all of you and those still to support. The children look better in the photos than you can see them physically. They really need help in the area of good classes.

Selected pupil of Nursery two
Selected pupil of Nursery two
The picture of the nuresery one pupils
The picture of the nuresery one pupils
The picture of the nuresery one pupile
The picture of the nuresery one pupile

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It is my pleasure to report that this project is excellently on a gradual progress according to our local funds since our last disbursement.  The community has been so encouraged after the Global team visit by Meg Darlet and Laurel Chor.

The meeting with them has instill in them a spirit of contributing their widows might to this project.  This alon a\has moved this project to a level of completing the roofing, making some local  labour and car contributions etc.

We have already prepared some shutters,  some timbers have been acquired ready to start making more carpentary works.

There is a community meeting schedule to take place on the 22nd and of which current  project pictures shall be taken.

We are very grateful and highly appreciate all our donors and especially those of the current gift cards.  Rest assured that your donations are doing a wonderful work.  We want to assure  everyone that ones the current donations are disbursed this will give a jiant step in the project if not it might be complete.

May God bless the hands that have contributed and those still to so that we can help this children have a good and conducive learning environment.

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The School re-opened on the 5th of September 2011. The Takija Parents Teachers Association are happy to have now completed the roofing of the building.

Work has been going on in preparation for the school year. We are looking forward to start with the fitting, that is the windows and doors.

Takija is very cold and once the windows and doors are fitted, plastering the walls and cementing the floor will continue.Work is progressing steadily as Funds are being raised. Pictures will be made available in our next report.

Thanks to all the supporters of this project. Rest assured that your money is being directed to serve the purpose and for the benefit of the children and the community.

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My name is Meg Dallett, and I’m an In the Field intern with GlobalGiving in Cameroon this summer. I’m traveling around the country visiting all the GlobalGiving-partnered NGOs, and I’m writing this postcard to pass on some of what I’ve seen to the donors who have given to this organization.

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When a community asks Self Reliance Promoters’ NGO (SEREP) to help them with a project, the first thing SEREP asks is “What can you do yourselves?”  So SEREP Managing Director Wirkom Fred Mbiydzenyuy has been working with the village of Takija to build a nursery school using builders from the village, bricks from the clay all around, and support from the entire community.

Takija is one of the only villages around here that does not already have a nursery school, so its smallest children fall behind their peers when they enter primary school.  Salle Wiylanynys has two nursery school-aged children (five year old twins), and wants his kids to have the same opportunities most other children have.  “It is the hope of all Cameroon that children will have nursery school, and that is why we want to send our children here,” he tells us.  He’s been selected as Takija’s community representative on the project, making sure that it meets the village’s needs and that any problems are spotted and addressed right away.

When we came back into the village center, children ran up to us shouting “Cheese!  Cheese!” and burst out laughing when we showed them the pictures we’d taken.  The village head and elders brought us into a tiny room where they welcomed us through a translator, thanking us for coming to see their work and telling us how pleased they are about the progress they’ve made with GlobalGiving donations.  A very elderly woman who called herself the village mother declared “I am so happy to finally see this nursery school coming to pass in my village.  I only hope I will live to see it completed!”

The residents of Takija are using as many free materials as they can put together, but they can’t get tin or plaster without funding.  Fred is planning to redouble his fundraising efforts so that Salle’s youngest children will be running around a bright new nursery school soon! 

For pictures of the project, check out http://inthefield.globalgiving.org.

If you’re interested in SEREP’s other projects, take a look:

Feed a Cameroonian Family.  SEREP’s Palm Oil Project

Build a School for 100 Orphans in Cameroon

Help Mbosha Women Build a Primary Health Centre

Help Takija Build a Nursery School to Educate 60 Children

Give the Gift of Education—Sponsor an Orphan or Vulnerable Child

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Self Reliance Promoters' NGO

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