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Camp Coordination & Camp Management CCCM Camp Coordination & Camp Management Global Cluster Update Shelter Meeting, Geneva 1 June 2007
Camp Coordination & Camp Management Cluster Partners at Global Level Regular: • UNHCR and IOM (co-chairs) • CARE International • Danish Refugee Council (DRC) • International Rescue Committee (IRC) • Lutheran World Federation (LWF) • Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) • Shelter Centre • WFP • United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) • OCHA Occasional: • UNRWA, ICRC, IFRC, OHCHR, UNICEF
Camp Coordination & Camp Management Cluster Partners at Field Level The partners involved in humanitarian response for IDPs hosted in camps or camp-like settlements are: • Main partners at global level • Governments/local authorities • Displaced persons through IDP camp leaders, representatives or camp committees • NGO service providers working in IDP camps • Other stakeholders – host communities, community based organisations (CBOs), donors.
Camp Coordination & Camp Summary CCCM Presentation Management Shelter Meeting – November ‘ 06 • • • Global CCCM partners CCCM framework: Roles and responsibilities – Camp Coordination/Camp Management and Camp Administration CD ROM ‘IDP Key Resources’ Training and Workshops Deployment of staff to key IDP operations CCCM – levels of intervention
Camp Coordination & Camp Management What’s New since Shelter Meeting – November ’ 06? 1. CCCM – Standards and Policy-Setting 2. CCCM – Building Response Capacity 3. CCCM – Operational Support
Camp Coordination & Camp Management 1. CCCM – Standards and Policy-Setting • • IASC Gender Handbook – CCCM chapter Needs Analysis Framework (NAF) – CCCM section Study/Best practice: IDP collective centres Best practice: camp coordination and camp management • Terms of References (To. R) for CCCM Cluster Lead • With WASH cluster: Mapping of roles and responsibilities of CCCM & WASH at field level Ø Available on: www. humanitarianreform. org
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Camp Coordination & Camp Management Study – IDP Collective Centres • Objectives: explain the phenomenon, assess the applicability of CCCM concepts to collective centres and propose ‘best practice’. • Key concepts and definitions • Different kinds of collective centres • Causes and consequences • Case studies – main findings • Elements of ‘best practice’ Ø ‘Guidance Note’ of best practices on camp management in collective centres
Camp Coordination & Camp Management 2. CCCM – Building Response Capacity • • CCCM Validation Workshop, Islamabad, Nov ’ 06: field personnel & global cluster partners CCCM training for field personnel: • • • Panama City, Jan ‘ 07 Cairo, Feb ‘ 07 Amman (Iraq operation), Mar ‘ 07 Uganda – Lira and Gulu, May ‘ 07 Camp Coordination & Leadership Development Workshop, Cyprus, June ‘ 07
Camp Coordination & Camp Management CCCM Responses in the Field • • • Liberia Uganda Pakistan Philippines Mozambique Ethiopia Madagascar Darfur Timor Leste Chad Somalia DRC (up-coming)
Camp Coordination & Camp 3. CCCM Management – Operational Support • Deployment of CCCM experts: • • Deployment of Information Management experts: • • • Somalia, Myanmar, Uganda, Ethiopia Cart. ONG responsible for camp database & mapping of camps. Deployment of IDP profiling expert: • • Somalia, Darfur, Philippines, Madagascar. Chad, Ivory Coast, Somalia Support given to camp closure assessments in parts of Northern Uganda.
Camp Coordination & Camp Management CCCM focus in 2007 -08 • • Develop joint needs assessment, monitoring and evaluation, standards and indicators for the cluster. Update 2005 capacity mapping exercise. Mainstream cross-cutting issues (HIV/AIDS, environment, gender etc) in CCCM activities. Develop and disseminate 'best practice' on CCCM. Strengthen CCCM training at national, regional and global levels. Strengthen information management on protection/welfare situation and humanitarian services in camps. Pilot protection incident software in camp environment. Develop generic IT tool based on Uganda project.