This advocacy document provides an overview of the Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) Cluster’s response, challenges, and key messages in north-west Syria.


CCCM aims to maintain and expand CCCM activities to reach 1.7 million IDPs living in underserved sites in north-west Syria. However, in 2022, CCCM faces an 88% funding gap.


Key CCCM messages:

  1. CCCM activities are essential to respond to climate-related disasters/incidents in IDP sites and mitigate the risks of them occurring in the first place.
  2. Overcrowded sites require the full package of core CCCM activities to avoid further risks and deterioration of living conditions in IDP sites. These CCCM activities will facilitate all other sectors working in IDP sites. 
  3. Self-settled, unplanned IDP sites are the most underserved. CCCM can target these sites with mobile modalities.