The Working Groups of Capacity Development and Minimum Standards have joined up for the first CCCM Tuesday in 2022 by coming together to offer a virtual training event on how to use the Minimum Standards in Camp Management in CCCM training sessions.
The survey results are back and PHAP has agreed to provide us a briefing. Please join us for this meeting to hear the results of the survey and plan our session for the upcoming online retreat next Tuesday at 11:00 GVA.
I hope you are all doing well: after our Mid-Year Workplan Review and in preparation of the CCCM Cluster Global Retreat (that this year will be held online), it is time to have a working group catch up J
I`m very happy to invite you to our next CD working group meeting on Thursday 1st October, 2PM Geneva Time (GMT+1). You can join the meeting here:
ProCap and GenCap: Addressing protection and gender concerns during COVID-19
The Global CCCM Cluster, would like to invite you to join the seventh webinar of the ‘CCCM in COVID-19’ webinar series:
‘Discussion with GBV and CP AoR on Service Adaptation and Collaboration with Camp Management during COVID-19 Response’
2nd of June 2020, 2pm (CET)
As part of the series of webinars “CCCM in COVID-19" launched by the Global CCCM cluster, the Capacity Development working group is inviting you to join us on a webinar:
"Training for trust: how training different target groups can help risk communication and community engagement in public health emergencies”
As governments and local actors engage in different efforts to prevent the spread of Covid-19, certain measures are directly impacting the work of the camp management actors in supporting the affected populations living in camps and camp-like settings, especially those relying solely on vital and life-saving humanitarian assistance. Therefore the question is “How can Camp Management actors ensure a balanced and principled approach in responding to the needs of affected population while working in remote management?
Thank you for joining the webinar. Below are some useful link mentioned during the call. Please fill in the short feedback survey and join the CCCM Connectivity, Energy and Sustainability Working Group mailing list.
The Area-Based Working Group, as part of the Global CCCM Cluster, would like to invite you to join the third webinar of the ‘CCCM in COVID-19’ webinar series:
‘Adaptation of CCCM activities in Urban Neighbourhoods and Informal Sites for the COVID-19 Response’
21st of April 2020, 2pm (CET)
Thank you to all who joined the webinar. Here is the recording:
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