Thanks for the compliments. I thank God to have shown me a way to be able to help in my own way and wish many others in many communities will also have such a blessing to be able to change their communities to make our world a better place. There is this letter attached here from one of the communities we served with filters and this letter made every shade tears during our meeting. I could not believe how much we have done until when just this community expressed their feelings and joy when after myself, my US partners and many participants cried for joy. My crying was because
when I look at the small team I have as staff that are making this happen just 8 of us all together and my US partners from Thirst Relief just 6 of them through many donations from people around the world, we all felt so happy that we couldn't stand the tears.
I think from my 4 working experience in the community development in several communities and with many partnered organizations, I have learn a lot and continues to learn and listen to everyone, and I think that's what is the key of success to every person who wants to make a change.
I am also thanking you and everyone that's praying for our success because without
your prayers, we might have not been here and so I thank you all that has been able to make this happen through prayers. All I will say is that, the sky is my limit as far as I know God is leading us in every step that we take. The road hasn't been all rosery too, there have been so many challenges and like a question someone asked me, "if you are going somewhere and you crumble and fall because of rocky and hard road, what will you do?" and I said I will not abandone my journey, I will continue, because if you abandone because of the hard road, then you have failed, and so we have had difficulties in many ways that someone else might want to abandone it, but we will keep on going until we get there. So it's just the advice to each and everyone of us.
Pass this on to your friends and families who will be happy to
support us continue this amazing work to change the lives and improve
You can also support our projects through our partners Thirst Relief International by clicking : http://www.thirstrelief.org/site/donate/ or https://secure.groundspring.org/dn/index.php?aid=8258 and select Cameroon project
to make your donations. $5 change a life, $50 change a household, $250
change lives of 15-50 children in each classroom out of six in the primary school or nursery school by providing 1 filter, hygiene and
sanitation education, part of a 6 room new pit latrine to be
constructed for the entire school.
You can also visit our photographs throughout the entire visit to see what we have been doing by clicking the following link http://picasaweb.google.fr/lwdgcameroonclick on each picture to view many . We also have our 30mins video advert promotional DVD that we would like to distribute to those who would like to know more about LWDGC and support our projects. A DVD costs just $10, which will save at least two lives.
Thanks once more and let's keep the flame burning...
Date: Jul 5, 2009 10:21 PM Subject: Re: [abc4allglobalteam] Kumbo Training Workshop Updates and Videos and Photos of the entire trip (Cameroon)
Here is Kate's message:
I congratulate Peter and the whole ABC4All community for a job well done! Cameroon is blessed to have leaders like you. Please know that my prayers go with all of you.
Thank you for making this world a better community!
warm regards, katea
Yes Kate Peter offers us an example of what is possible and from which we can all learn.
Such vital work in the world is needed in so many places, but Peter and his group are active and doing it and wanting to help others! We are very grateful for his dedication.
In the middle of these streets and gardens, I stand and say
and say again, and it's all I say,
I wish everyone
could know what I know--
Kumbo Training Workshop Updates and Videos and Photos of the entire trip
International USA and Life and Water Development Group - Cameroon working in
partnership to change the lives of the local communities in Cameroon.
So far we have been
able to change the lives of more than 25.000 people by providing access to
clean drinking water, hygiene and sanitation education, pit latrine
constructions in just one and a half year.
June 22-30th, Thirst
Relief team visited Cameroon and we had a wonderful time organizing and
training communities on a three day hygiene and sanitation training workshop
where we had more than 40 participants from different regions of Cameroon.
We were also invited
at the National TV on Hello program. Click the following link to visit our
Youtube video on the National TV: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MTagPEbX4pQ
the video you are watching or about to watch now. You can also visit our
photographs throughout the entire visit to see what we have been doing by
clicking the following link: http://picasaweb.google.fr/lwdgcameroonclick on each picture to view many.
You can also support
our projects through our partners Thirst Relief International by
clicking : http://www.thirstrelief.org/site/donate/
and select Cameroon project to make your donations. $5 change a life, $50
change a household, $250 change lives of 15-50 children in each classroom out
of six in the primary school or nursery school by providing 1 filter, hygiene
and sanitation education, part of a 6 room new pit latrine to be constructed
for the entire school.
Contact us for the
training workshop and the entire visit detailed report.
Kumbo on Google Earth Satelite (Training Workshop Invitation Call)
Hi again to All,
Happy weekend to you all and hope you're having a nice time. Just went on google earth satelite to get some images of Kumbo especially for those of you who'll be attending the two day training workshop on health, hygiene and sanitation and clean water handling. The immages are attached in this mail.
I believe these images will let us get the view of Kumbo. I am also writing to confirm the venue of this training workshop from Kumbo Council to Presbyterian Youth Center (PYC) from squares towards Gendarmerie station (Brigarde). Kumbo being the second largest city in the North West Region of Cameroon, this gives most of you the opportunity to visit this city, which its people are very welcoming and caring. Ready to share their experiences and ready to learn from you.
forget to call the following numbers +237-7771-6288, 3309-5361 or 7993-3488 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for your registration as places are becoming very limited. The registration fee is 5000FCFA, participants takes care of their transpotation to and from Kumbo and their accommidation in Kumbo. One launch during the training on site. Health, Hygiene and Sanitation and Water Experts are arriving from Thirst Relief International, USA on the 19th of June 2009. Thirst Relief experts will issue certificate to every participant.
Thank you and we will see you on the 22nd of June 2009 at the PYC Hall.