Health
 Cameroon
Project #12731

Prevent Blindness-Fund Cataract Surgeries Cameroon

by Belo Rural Development Association (BERUDA)
Mobile Eye Nurse in Belo Community
Mobile Eye Nurse in Belo Community

On behalf of BERUDA—Cameroon, thank you so much for your generous support!

 

BERUDA is proud to announce that you played a vital role in making our organization reach where it  is now with the  project “Prevent Blindness-Fund Cataract Surgeries.

With BERUDA’s goal to raise seed funds to construct a poultry farm, buy and raise chicks and purchase necessary medications and vaccines to create an income-generating business that will finance cataract surgeries for high-priority patients.  The funds  raise  by Freedom from Poverty has been  able to pay for the preparations of the floors, the breeding rooms and the buying of chicks to begins the poultry farm  and we are still owning for  labour cost..  BERUDA still need  £300  to get the poultry farm at a good footing.

 

 

The BERUDA team greatly appreciates your dedicated support displayed through the season and we thank you on behalf of the intended beneficiaries of the cataract Surgeries. Your Doantions are greatly appreciated, help us join hands to fight Blindness in rural village of Bamenda, Cameroon.

Mobile Eye Nurse in Belo Community
Mobile Eye Nurse in Belo Community

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Chick at the breeding room
Chick at the breeding room

On behalf of BERUDA—Cameroon, thank you so much for your generous support!

BERUDA is proud to announce that you played a vital role in making our organization reach where it  is now with the  project “Prevent Blindness-Fund Cataract Surgeries.

With BERUDA’s goal to raise seed funds to construct a poultry farm, buy and raise chicks and purchase necessary medications and vaccines to create an income-generating business that will finance cataract surgeries for high-priority patients.  The funds already raise as of 13th September  2013, the total sum of $ 1,400   from one our partner in the UK (Freedom from Poverty) that has been raise has been able to pay for the preparations of the floors, the breeding rooms and the buying of 200 chicks to begins the poultry farm  and we are still owning for  labour cost..  BERUDA still need  $600  to get the poultry farm at a good footing.

The BERUDA team greatly appreciates your dedicated support displayed through the season and we thank you on behalf of the intended beneficiaries of the cataract Surgeries.

Please help us “Prevent Blindness-Fund Cataract Surgeries, we count on your continuous generous support.


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Summary of Activities

On behalf of BERUDA—Cameroon, thank you so much for your generous support!

BERUDA is proud to announce that you played a vital role in making our organization reach where it is now with the  project “Prevent Blindness-Fund Cataract Surgeries."

BERUDA’s goal is to raise seed funds to construct a poultry farm, buy and raise chicks and purchase necessary medications and vaccines to create an income-generating business that will finance cataract surgeries for high-priority patients. The funds already raised as of 31st  May  2013, the total sum of $1,195. These funds have been able to pay for the sundry brick making and the construction of the poultry farm as well as roofing. We are still fundraising to cover the labour cost and more. BERUDA still needs $2,005 as we have just received a donation totalling $1,195.


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Summary of Activities

On behalf of BERUDA—Cameroon, thank you so much for your generous support!

BERUDA is proud to announce that you played a vital role in making our organization reach where it  is now with the  project “Prevent Blindness-Fund Cataract Surgeries.

With BERUDA’s goal to raise seed funds to construct a poultry farm, buy and raise chicks and purchase necessary medications and vaccines to create an income-generating business that will finance cataract surgeries for high-priority patients.  The funds already raise as of 28th February 2013, the sum of $ 310 that was raise has been able to pay for the sundry brick making and the construction of the poultry farm and we are still owning for  labour cost. And more.  BERUDA still need  $2,590  as we have just received another donation of $300.

The BERUDA team greatly appreciates your dedicated support displayed through the season and we thank you on behalf of the intended beneficiaries of the cataract Surgeries.

BERUDA’s project leader staff will  continue to fund raise  for the completion of the poultry farm and above all to see that the project is achievable and sustainable. .

 Thank you again for your dedication and goodwill!  Please Read the attachment with detals of the next step and photos

 We look forward to updating you again soon.

Sincerely,

Chiambah Enock (In-House Fundraiser) & the BERUDA Team


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Belo Rural Development Association (BERUDA)

Location: Bamenda, North West Region - Cameroon
Website: http:/​/​www.berudep.org
Belo Rural Development Association (BERUDA)
Project Leader:
Chiambah Enock Ntam
Belo, North West Region Cameroon

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