Camp staff is trained in, and has signed, the code of conduct for humanitarian workers.
Registration and monitoring data is disaggregated to differentiate groups with specific needs/vulnerabilities.
Registration data is reflected and updated in the camp population statistics.
In cases of short-time displacements, with time limitations and no committees established, there is attention towards hearing the voices of persons with specific needs.
Participatory assessments conducted in the camp are inclusive of groups with specific needs, enabling the Camp Management Agency to understand vulnerabilities, interactions and tensions between various groups.
Camp design and set-up are adapted and take into account the protection needs of PWSN.
Dedicated representative committees for groups with specific needs are established and functional in the camp.
Groups with specific needs are represented in community structures, and participate meaningfully in decision-making processes and camp activities, for example camp governance, complaint mechanisms, various committees, including WASH, food and parent teacher associations.
Information on camp facilities and service provisions, including referral systems and complaint mechanisms, is available in a form accessible to all groups including those with specific needs.
The Camp Management Agency works to support family and community care structures for PWSN, to identify gaps in their care and to respond accordingly.
The Camp Management Agency invites and facilitates the work of specialised protection agencies to partners with existing programs or develops specialist protection initiatives in the camp, for example targeted assistance for persons with disabilities or other groups with specific needs.
The Camp Management Agency advocates with other stakeholders and agencies in the camp for the specific needs of vulnerable and marginalised groups and individuals to be integrated into sector-specific programmes.
A system is established to identify children with specific needs.
Children’s access to safe education is monitored and supported by the Camp Management Agency.
There are safe spaces and recreation opportunities for children and young people in the camp, including adolescent girls.
Training opportunities and recreational programmes for adolescents with specific needs to participate and contribute in positive ways to the life of the camp, are provided.
Woman’s centres are established as a safe space for women and girls to meet and talk about issues affecting their lives.
Programmes to strengthen woman’s leadership skills and capacities are established in the camp.
Activities to promote care and dignity of older camp residents and valuing and developing their role in the community are planned.
Those who are sick, have disabilities and/or are have limited mobility are ensured access to essential assistance and services and programmes for their protection. If necessary, alternative care arrangements, like home-visits, are arranged.
The Camp Management Agency works to support the protection and confidentiality of those living with or affected by HIV/AIDS and TB and programmes are in place to reduce the vulnerability of groups at risk from HIV/ AIDS.
Minorities are identified and mapped in the camp population statistics.
Persons from the same minorities are assigned to the same areas of the camp, if wished.
Services and spaces to facilitate the celebration of cultural/ religious ceremonies are established.
Awareness is raised on the protection risks and discrimination LGBTI individuals may face in the camp setting and reach-out is made to specialised agencies to provide targeted support.