The Camp Coordination and Camp Management Cluster tracks and monitors displacement flows in all displacement sites in order to define caseloads, identify vulnerable groups, monitor and coordinate service provision in camps and advocate durable solutions for internally displaced people (IDPs).
The CCCM Cluster, led by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) and IOM, has been working closely with the Government at the national and municipal levels, and with clusters and local and global private-sector partners to ensure that multi-sectorial needs of the displaced are met in an adequate and timely manner.
As of 31 March, the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) identified 5,295 families (23,769 people) in 62 open displacement sites across Regions VI, VII and VIII. Findings also show that a majority of displaced families (64 per cent) have already been provided with transitional shelter while 36 per cent (1,930 families) still remain in evacuation centres, tent cities and spontaneous settlements
- UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
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