Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM)
Due to Conflict displacement, disease outbreaks including COVID-19 global pandemic, rain shortfalls in parts of the country and floods in others are key drivers of humanitarian needs in Ethiopia in 2020. These effects have doubled the number of people in need of humanitarian assistance in Ethiopia this year, to nearly 16 million. The COVID-19 crisis has already had devastating consequences globally, with displaced persons being among the most vulnerable groups. Those displaced face numerous challenges, including limited access to basic services (including health, water and sanitation facilities, education), and protection, as well as a loss of housing land and property and inadequate shelter. This presents significant Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) needs.Inadequate or lack of coordination compromises the protective environment that the sites are supposed to provide. The project has implemented based the four pillars of CCCM strategies to respond for the affected IDP population in the targeted areas.
ANE is one of the national NGO which Coordinate the cluster with two UN-Agencies(IOM and UNHCR) due to this reason ANE has participating in different global annual meetings and coleader in Bi-weekly National cluster in Ethiopia
FACTS ON THE SECTOR
In 2021,in collaboration with RRF / IOM ANE reached about 10,800 victims of conflict affected IDPs living in Eastern and South Eastern Tigray by Emergency ESNFI and site management support response.
Between 2021 & 2022 , ANE undertook Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) response for more than 35000 conflict affected IDPs located at East and West Wollega Zones, Oromia Region & Duga Temben, AdiGudom woredas of Tigray region and Guba woreda of Benishangul-Gumuz region, funded by UNOCHA.
In 2021 - 2023, in collaboration with UNHCR ANE reached more than 200,000 Beneficieries living in Tigray and Afar regions by Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) response, Activities including conducting Capacity Building training, maintaining site level data management and referral mechanisms.