The Camp Management Agency works in close coordination with relevant authorities, the Cluster/Sector Lead, mandated protection actors and the camp community on protection planning at camp level.
A protection approach is mainstreamed through regular coordination with all stakeholders, and is integrated across technical sectors and camp activities in assessment, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation.
The Camp Management Agency supports the Protection Lead and mandated agencies in advocating for the rights of the displaced to be respected, including access to justice and law enforcement mechanisms in the camp.
Regular meetings are held with protection agencies to address and follow up protection issues directly.
Monitoring tools and reporting systems are agreed upon with the Protection Lead and put in place to enable the Camp Management Agency to monitor and report cases of abuse and violation of human rights in the camp.
Reports and documentation, especially documents relating to sensitive protection issues, are stored securely and shared only with the consent of the person(s) involved and with awareness of the specific context.
Camp staff know what protection entails and the legal status of the displaced population. They are trained in, and thus have an awareness of, key national and international legal instruments as well as customary law.
Camp staff are aware of the mandates of protection actors working in the camp.
Camp Management Agency staff have all understood and signed an agency code of conduct.
The Camp Management Agency has analysed what protection risks the different groups of the camp population might face.
The Camp Management Agency is aware of protection risks that may result from freedom of movement restrictions. This is monitored and advocated for in coordination with the Cluster/Sector Lead, protection actors and national authorities.
The Camp Management Agency has analysed what actors are present both in the camp and at regional and national level to respond to identified protection risks and problems and what activities should be implemented in the camp to respond to and prevent protection incidents.
The Camp Management Agency actively advocates, when relevant, for finding solutions to protection problems to Cluster/Sector Lead.
The protection and monitoring of groups and individuals most at risk is integrated in daily camp activities.
Participatory assessment techniques are used to find out about the community’s protection concerns, including the different needs and concerns of women and men, boys and girls of all ages.
Community participation is promoted in ways that increase protection and promote the ability of the camp population to be actors in their own protection.
A comprehensive registration or profiling system is in place which is updated as appropriate.
Monitoring tools and systems are agreed upon and in place to enable the Camp Management Agency to monitor and record the provision of assistance, services and security in the camp.
Protection referral- and response procedures are clear and disseminated and understood by both camp population and service providers.
Reports and documentation, especially documents relating to sensitive protection issues are stored securely and shared only with the consent of the person(s) involved and with an awareness of the specific context.
Camp Management Agency works in ways that promote accountability, including the provision of timely protection information updates and feedback on response capacity, to the camp population.
Training and awareness rising in protection is organised for a variety of state and non-government actors in close coordination with the Cluster/Sector Lead and mandated agencies.
Camp Management Agency identifies different situations linked to house, land and property and advocates for the development of appropriate systems to register rights over lands.