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.