A joint site verification exercise was conducted in Kismayo on 22-23 January 2018. The operation was led by CCCM partners, and included 52 participants from 4 government offices, 9 NGOs, and 1 UN agency (IOM). In total 135 IDP sites, hosting 14,667 households, were assessed and mapped. Another verification exercise is planned in July 2018.

  14 May 2018


Human trafficking for sexual exploitation, as a form of gender-based violence, exists across the world and in a range of contexts. Situations of displacement often increase the risks of human trafficking as community protective mechanisms may be weakened or destroyed. Displacement sites, instead of providing a safe environment for their residents, can sometimes increase exposure to violence.

  24 Jul 2017


Following the publication of the profiling report from Sittwe Township in the Rakhine State of Myanmar, JIPS and profiling partners are exploring new ways of engaging with communities on profiling results.

  09 Jun 2017
  Displacement, Participation

CCCM Newsletter - 2012
This edition provides an update on cluster tools, partners and operations, and highlights issues of current concern to the cluster. In particular, it focuses on the importance of effective partnerships in CCCM operations, and considers how global initiatives such as the Transformative Agenda will impact cluster strategies.
  31 Oct 2012

CCCM Newsletter
The first edition of the CCCM Newsletter outlines various CCCM projects around the world and recognizes that implementing partners around the world need training in camp management and coordination for staff. This edition sets the newsletter's intention to connect directly with field based colleagues and to seek input from those working with IDPs in camps, camp-like settings and communal settlements. It describes its vision to link the Newsletter to an interactive forum where colleagues can ask questions and have discussions with the entire CCCM community.
  30 Nov 2011