Case Studies 2

Chapter 2 of the CCCM (Camp Management and Camp Coordination) case study collection focuses on camp management operations that utilised mobile and area-based CCCM approaches. The seven case studies were collected from five countries: Iraq (2), Afghanistan (2), South Sudan, Somalia, Lebanon. These case studies presented programmes at their early stages of implementation (Afghanistan B.2), programmes that have been ongoing for several years (Iraq B.3 /Somalia B.6), as well as reflections on past experiences (Lebanon B.5 /Iraq B.4).

  28 Aug 2019

Cover Page - CCCM Case Studies 2016 - 2019. Four children stand smiling behind a woman seated on a hill. They are in Cox's Bazar

The Global CCCM Cluster is pleased to share with you the third edition of the CCCM case studies publication, put together by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).

  25 Jul 2019

ToT Amman

A Global CCCM Training of Trainers (ToT) took place from 29 April to 3 May 2019 in Amman, Jordan, and it was organized by the Global CCCM Cluster. It followed the implementation of two regional ToTs 2017 in Casablanca and Dakar respectively. The Global ToT was organized to further develop the materials and to incorporate feedback received from participants of these previous ToTs.

  18 Jul 2019

Tearing down the walls

UNHCR has launched its report "Tearing Down the Walls: Confronting the Barriers to Internally Displaced Women and Girls’ Participation in Humanitarian Settings", available online at

  09 Jul 2019

Guidance on strengthening disability inclusion in Humanitarian Response Plans

Reaching the people who are most in need of assistance is central to the humanitarian mandate and is reflected in the humanitarian principles of humanity and impartiality. In a humanitarian emergency, people with disabilities are often among those most in need of assistance as they are at heightened risk of violence, exploitation or abuse.  Persons with disabilities also face discrimination due to significant barriers in accessing needed humanitarian assistance.

  29 Apr 2019