The Global Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) Cluster is pleased to share with you the 2020 edition of the CCCM Case Studies. The CCCM Case Studies 2020 provides a collection of experiences and lessons learned, with concrete examples of the delivery of efficient and timely responses and a focus on adaptation to challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The role of CCCM actors in the process towards durable solutions is vital, starting on day one of camp-life cycle. The Minimum Standards for Camp Management on Exit and Closure, aimed towards coordinated and consultative process that mitigate impacts on residual site populations. The standards are applicable for camp administrator, and at both response coordination level and site management level. Camp Management Agencies work with displaced population to ensure their intentions, challenges and concerns are heard and integrated into the planning for durable solutions. The case studies presented in this chapter highlighted how CCCM agencies in Chad, Somalia, and Nigeria supported displaced populations through relocation, returns and integration processes, as well as sustaining care and maintenance phase in Yemen. These studies showcase the application of targeted methods to ensure the needs and priorities of the affected populations are met.