Keep 200 Orphans in Cameroon safe from COVID-19

by NDES FOUNDATION
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Keep 200 Orphans in Cameroon safe from COVID-19
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Keep 200 Orphans in Cameroon safe from COVID-19
Keep 200 Orphans in Cameroon safe from COVID-19
Keep 200 Orphans in Cameroon safe from COVID-19
Keep 200 Orphans in Cameroon safe from COVID-19
Keep 200 Orphans in Cameroon safe from COVID-19
Keep 200 Orphans in Cameroon safe from COVID-19
Keep 200 Orphans in Cameroon safe from COVID-19
Keep 200 Orphans in Cameroon safe from COVID-19
Keep 200 Orphans in Cameroon safe from COVID-19
Keep 200 Orphans in Cameroon safe from COVID-19
Keep 200 Orphans in Cameroon safe from COVID-19
Keep 200 Orphans in Cameroon safe from COVID-19
Keep 200 Orphans in Cameroon safe from COVID-19

Project Report | Jun 25, 2020
Activities Realized

By Stanley Enyih | Project Leader

As at date, the project realization has been great despite the fact that we were unable to raise much funds from the platform. The project aimed to provide 10 orphanages with 80 litres buckets each with adapted tap outlets to store water and bars of hand washing soap to each orphanage to use together with the adapted buckets in sanitizing regularly and prevent any likely spread of the COVID-19 amongst the orphans who live in crowded homes.

Though we raised just $48.7 which has not yet been disbursed, the foundation used personal funds to carry out the project given the urgency and importance. We reached out to 03 orphanages and one rehabiliation center. The orphanages included,

  • the Teleola Martha Foundation,
  • the St. Glory Orphanage and
  • Mountain Kids Orphanage. 
  • The Rehabilitation Institute for the Blind Buea equally benefited from from the project.

Each beneficiary institution benefitted from 80 litres adapted hand wash buckets and bars of soap. The highly populated orphanages were given a carton of 60 bars of soap while the less populated were given between 15 - 25 cubes. The gesture was highly appreciated.

During our monitoring and evaluation, we noticed with delight that these institutions are still using these buckets and implementing better hand washing habits thanks to the project. Thankfully, no case of COVID-19 death has been reported in any of the institutions. The number of times the kids go out to fetch water has greatly reduced and this is critical in curbing the spread of the COVID-19.

The need for more such buckets and soap is still imminent in other orphanages and the project is committed to assisting more orphanages as much as possible.

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NDES FOUNDATION

Location: Buea, South West - Cameroon
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Project Leader:
Enyih Stanley
Buea , South West Cameroon

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.
   

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