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Knowledge Management Training at Trauma Centre Cameroon

Building and sustaining information and knowledge are at the heart of every organizational structure. Therefore, knowledge management instruments are keys to pinpoint and use the resources at hand.


This conviction sparked the idea of a training organized and conducted by the organization “World Dynamics of Young People (WDYP)” that was held at Trauma Centre Cameroon on February 8. Both organizations are members of the Civil Peace Service (CPS) network and are seeking to deepen the existing partnership. Mutual assistance and advantageous cooperation are fundamental pillars within the CPS network. Therefore, WDYP offered this training to Trauma Centre staff and other institutions interested in order to highlight the importance of Knowledge Management.

How can we document our work flow?  Where to start with collecting data? What is the overall use of Knowledge Management? These questions marked the scope of the seminar and were presented and answered by trainers of WDYP. The participants engaged in fruitful discussions to share their experience and to look for new ways to make use of the benefits provided by the CPS network.

After presentations and input sessions provided by WDYP, working groups met to transfer the seminar's contents into everyday working processes. Thanks to this practical method, 25 participants were able to understand the tools used for Knowledge Management, while reviewing the organizational structures and the use of Knowledge Management at their own organizations.

The overall success of the seminar was made possible thanks to the cooperation between Trauma Centre and WDYP and the interest and expertise of every participant. Similar trainings were already carried out in by WDYP 2017 and will continue to be one of WDYP's contributions within the CPS network in 2018.

 

Caravane de sensibilisation au Lycée de Gada Mabanga

Mercredi 7 février 2018, le Lycée de Gada Mabanga situé à Ngaoundéré 2e dans la Région de l'Adamaoua a accueilli les activités de sensibilisation menées par la représentation régionale de DMJ dans cette partie du territoire national.

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2nd Batch of Cameroon Volunteers for Germany

The first promotion of Cameroonian volunteers sent to Germany last year is now spending their year of volunteerism (October 2016 – October 2017). Young people are having another opportunity to be part of an international voluntary service in Germany (August 2017 – August 2018).  Young girls and boys (aged 18 to 28) interested in volunteering in Germany are informed that the call for interest for the 2017/2018 promotion is now opened.

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2e Promotion des Volontaires Camerounais(es) pour l’Allemagne

Après 2016 où la première promotion des volontaires Camerounais (es) a été envoyée en Allemagne pour 12 mois (Octobre 2016 – Octobre 2017), voici une nouvelle opportunité pour les jeunes gens (filles et garçons) âgé(e)s entre 18 et 28 ans. Les jeunes filles et garçons intéressé(e)s à effectuer un service de volontariat en Allemagne sont informé(e)s que l’appel à manifestation d’intérêt pour la promotion 2017/2018 est ouvert auprès de Dynamique Mondiale des Jeunes (DMJ).

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Fils Bien Aimé de Melen améliore la planification, le suivi et le rapportage de ses activités

Le bureau en exercice de la Chorale Fils Bien Aimé (FBA) de Melen l’a si bien compris. La performance d’un groupe passe par une meilleure planification de ses activités, une bonne prise des notes durant leur exécution et un rapportage complet, accessible et compréhensible permettant de rendre compte. C’est ce qui a justifié la formation des membres de ce groupe de chœur sur l’opérationnalisation de la planification, du suivi, de la prise des notes et la rédaction des rapports.

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