Help Takija build a nursery school to educate 60

by Self Reliance Promoters' NGO
Bricklayers  cementing the class floor
Bricklayers cementing the class floor

Dear all,

The project is going on very well. We have completed the plastering of the outside, cemented the floors and fitted the windows.

The pictures attached tre the plastering/cementing works.We are now left with the painting of the ceiling.

We thank all the supporters of this project. Schools have re-opened and the pupils will be happy getting into thier classrooms which are well plastered and cemented.

All the above work took place during the long vacation. We will be left with completing the cementing and plastering of all the other classes. Afterwhich painting will take place before the kids can fully enjoy thier classrooms.

We are still appealing to all the supporters of this project to continue with thier work as God loves a cheerfull giver.

Yours faithfully.

cementing of the classroom floor
cementing of the classroom floor
view of the front school already plastered.
view of the front school already plastered.

 It is another time for the report again.   After our last report, work continued in the school . I am glad to report  that the doors and windows have been fitted and what is left  now is the cementing of the floors  and plasltering the side and back parts of the building.

We decided to put the doors and window shutters because to avoid stray animals from entering the well plastered class rooms and office.  I am glad to report that  work is going on sucessfully.

This is summer holidays and we are expecting volunteers from  to arrive on the 15th of July so that we can get on with the flooring and plastering of the back  and side parts.


At the time of writing this report since were are already cut up by time the  pictures are still being awaited.  As soon as the pictures arrive I aill add a new report because work is going on at the time of  reportiing.

I want to believe that by Septmber, the  school shall be painted and put to use even before putting the ecelling boards.

May God continue to bless the charital hands of this project.


Respecfully submitted by,


Wirkom Fred ,,

Project leader


Dear everyone,


It is another time again for me to  give you a  progress report on this project.  As you can see from the previous report, the structure was not yet plastered.   After the report, we had concentratred on the plastering of the internal and external walls of the project. We have done much as you can take a look on the pictures attached.

We also completed the gables and and dug the surrounding to make sure that with the work that has been done, the rain water whould not get into classes.

After the last disbursment, we acquired more cement which has been used for doing the plastering as you can see in the pictures attacahed. 

I am glad to inform  every one that that the  Head teacher of the Primary section assigned  senior primary pupils to help carry water for the plastering each time we  needed  water.    The teachers and parents  together with the primary school pupils really gave us a wonderful supporot in terms of local labour and water supply since the school has got water.

The Headmistress's office has been properly plastered and well leveled while the wall  Black Board is to be completed and possibly presented in the next report and possibly with the floors already cemented depending on our financial means.

The project has really gone a long way and I have the honour to thank all the donors who had supported this project especially within this quarter which we are  waiting for the disbursement.   I pray that as this reports  are giving you the updates on where your money is going and what it is used for,  may you call on your friends, relatives and even colleagues to join your course for the project to be compleded and put to us as soon as possible.

The Pictures attached are only few of the activity pictures. There are some where children are transfering bricks which was packed in one of the rooms for the gables,  some carrying water and some with parents helping to dig the surroundings.

The progress of the project is being experience and appreciated by every one in the village.


May God bless you all as you read through this progress report.

Director and volunteers offering gifts to the kids
Director and volunteers offering gifts to the kids

Happy Christmas and New Year in Advance.  The Takija Nursery school  is waxing strong and the construction project is in progress in accordance with the available financial resources.

We hope that before the year runs to an end we would have gone far with with the project.  What is left now is the flooring and the fittings.

We have been builing the capacity of the the teachers and and our volunteers have been visiting the school, taking part in teaching and playing games with them.

At the mooment they are on a christmas holiday   to resum on the 6th of the January.   They all did well in the first term examination.

I have the honour to thank all the supporters of this project and those who would still like to support it so that we can complet the project to enable them study in a conducive environment.

Volunteer handing gifts to the class teacher
Volunteer handing gifts to the class teacher
Volunteer handing gift to the School Head teacher
Volunteer handing gift to the School Head teacher
Our Volunteers and the Children playing
Our Volunteers and the Children playing


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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Organization Information

Self Reliance Promoters' NGO

Location: Kumbo, Bui Division - Cameroon
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Wirkom Fred Mbiydzenyuy
Kumbo, Cameroon