What does it take to organize and run a temporary collective center? During an emergency how can your agency best help those who are in charge?
After more than seven years of war and economic crisis, Yemen remains one of the world’s top humanitarian crises. More than two-thirds of the population need assistance, and nearly half relies on humanitarian aid to survive. The displacement and protection crisis continues to deteriorate as well - in early 2022, an estimated 4.3 million people remained internally displaced by the conflict and disasters, with 1.6 million having settled in 2,358 spontaneous, unplanned sites.
Dear CCCM colleagues,
It is time again for the global CCCM Cluster to reach out to you all to document and share your experiences, efforts and lessons learned for the 2021-22 CCCM case studies collection.
The CCCM case studies collection is now in its 9th year and has documented more than 49 CCCM projects implemented by a diverse group of agencies in more than 20 countries.
In a humanitarian crisis, camps and/or camp like settings are often the only places where internally displaced persons and refugees can seek protection and assistance. To showcase progress in professionalisation and accountability within CCCM towards these affected populations, we are pleased to invite you to the launch of the official platform for the Minimum Standards in Camp Management handbook. The event will be held virtually on July 15th at three o’clock in the afternoon (3pm Central European Summer Time) 2021.