The first edition (2004) of the Camp Management Toolkit was designed to provide a more precise guide to knowledge and know-how relating to camp management. Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) is a recognised priority sector. Sector actors realised the need for a common tool for all camp management professionals.
Cash-based transfers have been an element of IOM’s resettlement support for people moving to new countries, or returning to countries they had to leave. Increasingly over the last decade, IOM has applied and refined the lessons learned to deliver cash quickly and at scale in humanitarian emergencies, early recovery and reparations. This series of case studies demonstrate the range and breadth of IOM’s cash programming. The objective is to demonstrate lessons to be learned, across a variety of contexts that differ in every case.
This document presents the IOM Pakistan ‘One Room Shelter’ programme, which was developed between 2010 and 2013, demonstrating that locally-appropriate, safer shelter solutions which capitalize on indigenous techniques and capacities can be implemented despite funding constraints.
This case study is part of an initiative to produce evidence-informed guidance for operational agencies on strengthening the effectiveness of feedback mechanisms for affected populations in humanitarian contexts.
This study draws together existing information on flood‐resilient shelter in order to identify key criteria that shelter partners and government can use to inform and assess the design of flood‐resilient housing in Southern Pakistan.
This external evaluation looked at the Shelter and Non-Food Item Cluster led by IOM in Pakistan between 2010 and 2013. IOM managed the cluster for over three years during this period in response to three successive monsoon floods in the country. Overall, the evaluation noted that the cluster was effective at coordinating the response in the shelter and non-food item sectors, and regularly identified as one of the best clusters activated in Pakistan.
RSK programme is a comprehensive package that support the self-help efforts of the affected population. This input entails knowledge transfer and the delivery of technical trainings on Disaster Risk Reduction measures, monitoring quality of shelter materials and the construction process, cash grants, as well as the participation of the community in the reutilization of fallen coconut trees as framing material.
This study examines the question of durable solutions to displacement in Port-au-Prince, recognizing that the challenges faced in Haiti may be a source of insight for responses to other urban, post-disaster displacement crises. It draws on the results of focus groups in camps and communities, site visits, in-depth interviews with several actors, and a survey of 2,576 households (outside camps) in Port-au-Prince.