CASE recruits, trains and develops members of the community into community leaders, volunteer trauma counsellors, mentors, facilitators and community project managers.
All of whom are integral to the success of our programmes. These programmes target individuals, family, school and the broader community systems.
Psychosocial Counseling Project
Reduce cycles of violence through providing psychosocial support to children, youth, their families and creating awareness through violence prevention groups.
- Individual and Group Counselling
- Women’s Group
- Young Peaceful Warriors
- Peace buddies
Mens Mentoring Project
Community men engage with each other to become positive men of influence in their families and in their community. They become positive role models to other men, their partners, youth and children, thereby changing the perception that masculinity is equated with violence.
- Weekly Men’s mentoring sessions
- Youth Mentoring circle
- Girl Power
- Family Feedback sessions
- Arts and Culture sessions
- Family Camp
- Men’s Wilderness Camp
- Parent and Child Camp
F.A.C.E. Aftercare Project
F.A.C.E stands for Fun And Creative Experience. CASE creates places of safety for children to play, complete their homework in a more structured way and reduce children at risk after school hours. We have 4 Aftercare sites (Monday to Thursday, 1pm—4pm.)
Our goal is to stimulate children’s language development by introducing beautiful stories to them and create emotional ‘safe spaces’ to improve their self-esteem and emotional well-being through creative storytelling. The literacy classes are available to grade 1s & 2s from Monday to Friday (8:30 – 11:30.)
Youth in Action Project
Youth are empowered and equipped to be more aware of the alternatives to crime and violence in their community. They are mentored to develop as role-models and become agents of positive change in their community.
- MADD (Music, Arts, Dance and Drama)
- Life Skills
- Nature and Conservation
- Holiday Programme
- Recruitment and Leadership Camps