This publication is the first edition of Case Studies by the Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) Cluster. These studies aim to provide field practitioners with a collection of CCCM experiences and lessons for future reference. The Case Studies focus on several CCCM aspects and portray a range of field practices applied by various actors in different regions of the world. The honest appraisal of the successes and challenges of each case study is intended to serve to improve assistance to displaced populations by CCCM actors. We hope that readers from all sectors find these CCCM Case Studies relevant due to the cross-cutting issues presented.