CCCM partners have conducted a site-level safety audit in Fanole, Central and Dalxiska IDP sections of Kismayo. The assessment aims to identify risks in IDP sites and collects information on: WASH, shelter, protection, safety and security.
23 CMC (Camp Management Committees) were established in Beletwyne and 35 members of these committees were trained on CCCM. The objective of the training was to improve their knowledge and enhance their capacity of CCCM to establish their effective coordination and collaboration with the CM partner.
Summary and Objectives
2018 Response Highlights
22,436 households have received emergency shelters solution while 7,895 households received reinforced/transitional shelters solutions.
29,641 households reached through improved, basic and complimentary NFI Kits including core relief items.
343,729 individuals have been biometrically registered since January 2018
2,197 households and 3,501 households have been reached through Cash/Voucher for Shelter/Rental and NFI respectively.
What is CCCM? The common aim of the CCCM Cluster is to improve living conditions of displaced persons in humanitarian crises. The sector facilitates assistance and strengthens protection of the displaced and works with beneficiaries to attain durable solutions. Camp management is cross-cutting in nature and applies to all types of communal settings, including planned camps, collective centers, self-settled camps, reception or transit centers, and entails building relations with the host community.
Wau PoC (23 - 29 Aug)
The CCCM cluster held its annual retreat on October 13th and 14th 2015, bringing together representatives from 19 field operations and 22 organizations, governments and missions. The theme was “Localizing the Response”, in alignment with the Global CCCM 2013-2016 Strategic Framework and re ecting one the themes of the discus-sions at the World Humanitarian Summit 2015.
IOM and UNHCR, as co-lead agencies of the Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) sectoral group in Burundi, joined forces to organize and deliver three CCCM trainings in August and September 2015, as part of the reinforcement of preparedness efforts towards disasters. In total, 73 participants, from different backgrounds, took part in workshops in Bujumbura, Gitega and Muyinga. Among the trainees, partners from the humanitarian community included: UNICEF, OCHA, WFP, the Red Cross, Coped, WVI, IRC, Caritas, IOM and UNHCR.
Camp coordination and camp man agement was defined as a new sector under the Humanitarian Reform process in 2005. Since the CCCM Cluster’s creation, it has been activated in a number of humanitarian crises. The cluster has invested signifcant efforts in emergency responses and has begun working closely with national authorities in disaster and conflict-prone countries to build their capacity to respond to the needs of the displaced. Presently the CCCM Cluster missions are active in 19 countries worldwide.
We are pleased to share with you the third edition of the Global CCCM Cluster Newsletter.
This edition provides updates from our field operations and partners and also tracks the progress on our 18 month European Commission Civil Protection and Humanitarian Directorate General (ECHO) funded capacity building project to strengthen CCCM's field response and coordination.
We are pleased to share the second edition of the Global CCCM Cluster Newsletter.
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.