Crafting Excellence: Quality Shoemaking and Fashion Designing in Action at CES Rehab Center, Veterinary Junction Bamenda, NW Region

On the 29th of March, 2023, the corridors of the CES Rehab Center in Veterinary Junction, Bamenda, NW Region, resonated with creativity and determination as individuals showcased their talent and skill in shoemaking and fashion designing. Cornerstone Enrichment Services (CES) takes great pride in providing a platform for these remarkable individuals to shine. The CES Rehab Center is not just a place for healing; it’s a place for empowerment and skill development. Through its programs, it fosters an environment where individuals with varying abilities can discover their passions, develop their talents, and pursue their dreams. The event was a testament to the dedication of both the trainees and the CES team. Visitors and attendees were treated to a dazzling display of beautifully crafted shoes and elegant fashion designs. From intricately designed footwear to stunning clothing creations, it was clear that quality and creativity were at the heart of every piece. Nurturing talent and promoting inclusivity are central to CES’s mission. “At CES, we believe that every individual has unique gifts and potential waiting to be discovered,” said [Spokesperson Name], a representative of CES. “Our Rehab Center is not just a place of rehabilitation; it’s a place where dreams take shape, where skills are honed, and where individuals are empowered to lead fulfilling lives.” The event also highlighted the importance of vocational training in fostering independence and self-sufficiency. By equipping individuals with marketable skills, CES ensures that they have the tools they need to thrive and contribute meaningfully to society. As we celebrate the achievements of the talented individuals at the CES Rehab Center, we are reminded of the power of determination, support, and opportunity. These remarkable trainees are not only crafting beautiful products but also crafting a brighter future for themselves. CES remains committed to providing a nurturing and inclusive environment where individuals can explore their passions and realize their potential. The event on March 29th was a celebration of resilience, creativity, and the boundless possibilities that arise when we invest in the abilities of every individual. As we move forward, let’s continue to support and celebrate the talents and achievements of those who inspire us with their dedication and creativity. Together, we can build a world where everyone has the chance to shine. #CESRehabCenter #EmpowermentThroughSkill #InclusivityInAction #CraftingExcellence.

Elegance Unveiled: Quality Fashion Designing Takes Center Stage at CES Rehab Center, Veterinary Junction Bamenda, NW Region

On the 29th of March, 2023, the CES Rehab Center in Veterinary Junction, Bamenda, NW Region, was graced with an aura of creativity and style as it hosted a showcase of exquisite fashion designs. Cornerstone Enrichment Services (CES) proudly presented the remarkable talent on display in its Quality Fashion Designing section. The CES Rehab Center is not just a place for rehabilitation; it is a hub of empowerment, where individuals with diverse abilities discover their passion, hone their skills, and unleash their artistic flair. The fashion showcase was a testament to the dedication of both the trainees and the CES team. Visitors and attendees were treated to a visual feast of elegant clothing creations that radiated quality and creativity. Every piece on display bore the mark of meticulous craftsmanship and a passion for design. From vibrant dresses to finely tailored suits, the showcase left no doubt that these individuals were destined for greatness in the world of fashion. Quality fashion designing is more than just aesthetics; it’s a journey of self-expression and empowerment. At CES, it is about nurturing talent and fostering inclusivity. “We believe that every individual, regardless of their background or abilities, has the potential to create something extraordinary,” said [Spokesperson Name], a representative of CES. “The Rehab Center at CES is a testament to our commitment to empowering individuals to reach their full potential.” This event also underscored the significance of vocational training in promoting self-sufficiency and independence. By equipping individuals with marketable skills, CES ensures they are not only prepared for the world but also poised to excel in it. As we celebrate the achievements of the talented fashion designers at the CES Rehab Center, we recognize the transformative power of dedication, support, and opportunity. These remarkable individuals are not just crafting beautiful garments; they are crafting a brighter and more inclusive future for themselves. CES remains steadfast in its mission to provide an environment where individuals can explore their talents and realize their dreams. The showcase on March 29th was a celebration of creativity, resilience, and the limitless potential that emerges when we invest in every individual’s abilities. Moving forward, let us continue to celebrate and support the talents and accomplishments of those who inspire us with their dedication and creativity. Together, we can build a world where everyone has the chance to shine, one elegant design at a time. #CESRehabCenter #EmpowermentThroughDesign #InclusivityInFashion #EleganceUnveiled.

Empowering Excellence: CES Staff Gears Up Through Training on Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA), Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS), and Case Management

Cornerstone Enrichment Services (CES) is proud to share a recent training initiative held on the 18th of May, 2023, at the CES Conference Hall in Veterinary Junction, Bamenda, NW Region. This comprehensive training focused on three critical areas: Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA), Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS), and Case Management. Recognizing the importance of maintaining the highest standards in its services, CES organized this training to equip its staff with the knowledge and skills necessary to address and prevent issues related to PSEA, promote mental health and psychosocial well-being, and enhance case management capabilities. The training session witnessed enthusiastic participation from CES staff members, who actively engaged in workshops, discussions, and practical exercises. Experts in each field provided valuable insights and strategies to ensure that CES continues to uphold the highest standards of professionalism and ethical conduct. This event was not just a platform for skill enhancement but also fostered a sense of community and collaboration among CES staff. By staying abreast of the latest methodologies and best practices, CES remains at the forefront of educational and enrichment services. As CES moves forward, it does so with a strengthened commitment to the well-being of its team and the communities it serves. The training on Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA), Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS), and Case Management reflects CES’s dedication to maintaining the highest standards in all aspects of its operations. Together, let’s continue to empower and enrich lives. #CESProfessionalDevelopment #EmpoweringExcellence #PreventionofSexualExploitationandAbuse #MentalHealthandPsychosocialSupport #CaseManagementTraining

Commemoration of the 33rd edition of the day of the African child

Cornerstone Enrichment Services (CES) recently had the privilege of participating in the 33rd edition of the Day of the African Child at the Divisional Delegation of Social Affairs at Veterinary Junction in the NW Region. The event, held on the 16th of June, 2023, was a testament to CES’s commitment to supporting and celebrating the potential and rights of every African child. As an organization dedicated to educational enrichment, CES was honored to contribute to an event that recognizes the importance of nurturing and empowering the younger generation. The Day of the African Child holds significant meaning, acknowledging the rights, talents, and aspirations of children across the continent. The CES team actively engaged in various activities designed to celebrate the inherent creativity, resilience, and spirit of African children. From interactive workshops to insightful discussions, the day was filled with opportunities to foster growth and learning. Cornerstone Enrichment Services (CES) proudly presented the creations of it’s trainees . The event showcased the trainees’ diverse talents, from handmade crafts to innovative artworks, celebrating their creativity and determination, emphasizing the Rehab Center’s commitment to nurturing skills and showcasing talents. The exhibition was not just a display of products but a testament to the importance of inclusive spaces for skill development and celebrating diverse abilities. Trainees from CES Rehab center Exhibit their products at the 33th Day of the African Child, Veterinary junction Bamenda, Cameroon. @Cornerstone Enrichment Services(CES) 16/06/2023. The positive reception reinforced CES’s dedication to empowering individuals through education, skill development, and providing platforms for showcasing their abilities. The event was a powerful testament to CES’s commitment to inclusivity and empowerment. Participating in this event not only allowed CES to share its expertise and resources but also provided a platform to connect with like-minded individuals and organizations passionate about creating a brighter future for the African youth. The Cornerstone Enrichment Services representative expressed gratitude for the opportunity to be part of such a meaningful event. “Our mission at CES aligns perfectly with the essence of the Day of the African Child. We believe in nurturing potential, fostering education, and empowering the next generation of leaders. It’s an honor to be part of a movement that champions the rights and wellbeing of African children.” CES looks forward to continuing its commitment to supporting educational initiatives and empowering young minds, ensuring that every child has the opportunity to thrive and reach their full potential. The 33rd edition of the Day of the African Child was a poignant reminder of the importance of collective efforts in creating a nurturing environment for the youth. CES remains dedicated to this cause and is committed to contributing positively to the future of African children.

Empowering Hope: CES Celebrates the 33rd Day of the African Child with Juveniles at Bamenda Central Prison

On June 16, 2023, Cornerstone Enrichment Services (CES) proudly participated in the 33rd Day of the African Child, spreading joy and empowerment to the juveniles at Bamenda Central Prison. The event was a heartening opportunity for CES to extend its mission beyond traditional educational settings, fostering hope and inspiration within the prison walls. Through engaging activities, discussions, and mentorship, CES aimed to uplift the spirits of these young minds, reminding them of their inherent potential and the possibilities that education and empowerment can bring. “Every child deserves a chance to dream and build a brighter future. We believe in the transformative power of education, and by reaching out to these young individuals, we hope to sow the seeds of hope and possibility.” CES remains committed to its vision of enriching lives through education, irrespective of circumstances. The celebration at Bamenda Central Prison underscores CES’s dedication to inclusivity and the belief that every child, regardless of their situation, deserves the opportunity to learn, grow, and dream. As we reflect on this special day, CES extends its heartfelt appreciation to everyone who contributed to making the 33rd Day of the African Child at Bamenda Central Prison a memorable and impactful event. Together, let’s continue to inspire and empower the future leaders of our continent.

Empowering Tomorrow’s Leaders: CES Engages with St. Paul Nkwen Students on Youth Peace and Security, Drug Addiction, and Substance Abuse

On the 22nd of March, 2023, Cornerstone Enrichment Services (CES) had the privilege of conducting an enlightening session with the students of St. Paul Nkwen, Bamenda, in the NW Region. The session delved into crucial topics surrounding Youth Peace and Security, as well as the pressing issues of Drug Addiction and Substance Abuse. In an effort to empower the youth with knowledge and tools for a brighter future, CES organized this impactful session at Mile 3 Nkwen. The discussions aimed not only to raise awareness but also to provide practical insights into navigating the challenges that young individuals often face in today’s complex world. The Youth Peace and Security segment emphasized the role of the younger generation in building and maintaining peaceful communities. Interactive discussions and activities allowed the students to explore their potential as agents of positive change, fostering a sense of responsibility and unity. Addressing the critical issue of Drug Addiction and Substance Abuse, CES brought forth experts who shared valuable information on recognizing the signs, understanding the consequences, and seeking help. The goal was to equip the students with the awareness and resilience needed to make informed decisions for their well-being. Nche Lot, CEO of Cornerstone Enrichment Services, expressed the organization’s commitment to nurturing the next generation of leaders. “Our session with the students of St. Paul Nkwen is part of our ongoing efforts to empower youth with the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate the challenges they may encounter. We believe in fostering a community that values peace, security, and the well-being of every individual.” The event not only provided valuable insights but also created a platform for open dialogue between CES and the students. By engaging in these critical conversations, CES aims to be a catalyst for positive change and empower students to make informed choices that contribute to a harmonious and secure future. As CES continues its mission to enrich lives through education, the session at St. Paul Nkwen serves as a reminder of the transformative power of knowledge and community engagement. Together, let’s build a future where the youth are not just recipients of information but active contributors to a peaceful and thriving society. #CESCommunityEngagement #YouthEmpowerment #PeaceAndSecurity #DrugAbusePrevention #StPaulNkwenSession.