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The aim of the CCCM training is to bring together partners in the CCCM sector to develop shared understanding of roles and responsibilities of the Camp Management Agency, Camp Coordination Agency and Camp Authorities in camps and collective centers.
The training aims to raise awareness of international protection and assistance principles, approaches and standards in camps and camp-like settings, and build competence in using CCCM guidelines and tools.

Tailor-Made Training

The CCCM trainings are context-specific and support CCCM operations. 
The CCCM training is the most used learning modality in CCCM capacity building interventions and the objectives and content are always tailored to the CCCM target groups (humanitarian staff, national authorities, community leaders, camp committees).
The CCCM trainings can be adapted to cover any of the following situations:
  • Natural disasters or conflict-affected areas
  • Disaster response or preparedness
  • Emergency or protracted scenario
  • At any stage of the camp life cycle (set up; care and maintenance; closure)
  • For all type of camps or camp-like setting (planned camps, collective centers, self-settled camps)
  • Regional, national and local needs at camp level


The CCCM trainings serve as a flexible framework for three to five-day training. The CCCM training materials cover the following aspects:
  1. Introduction to the course (core)
  2. Introduction to CCCM (core)
  3. Introduction to the Humanitarian Reform and the Camp Coordination and Camp Management cluster 
  4. Roles and Responsibilities in camp response (core)
  5. Protection in Camps (core)
  6. Safety and security in camps 
  7. Participation and community involvement (core)
  8. Coordination in camp response (core)
  9. Information Management (core)
  10. Standards & Settlement Design 
  11. Camp Closure and durable solutions