This self-paced module provides an Introduction to the Minimum Standards and explains how people and organisations supporting displaced populations can use the Minimum Standards to improve the quality of the assistance they provide.
This self-paced module provides an introduction to the Minimum Standards for Camp Management and explains how people and organisations supporting displaced populations in displacement sites can use them to improve the quality of the assistance they provide. Topics covered include:
- What the Minimum Standards for Camp Management are and why they were developed,
- What the purpose and intended impact of the Minimum Standards are,
- Where the Minimum Standards apply and who they are aimed at,
- What the Minimum Standards cover and how they are structured,
- How the Minimum Standards can be used by people responding to the Ukraine humanitarian crisis,
- Where additional information and resources can be found to support the application of the Minimum Standards.
- Describe what the Minimum Standards for Camp Management are and how they are informed by the Humanitarian Charter and humanitarian principles,
- Explain what the purpose and intended impact of the Minimum Standards for Camp Management are and why they were developed,
- Explain where the Minimum Standards in Camp Management apply and who they are aimed at,
- Describe key concepts in displacement site management,
- Describe the core content of the Minimum Standards,
- Explain how the standards are structured and the purpose of the key actions, indicators and guidance notes,
- Explain how the Minimum Standards for Camp Management can be used by people responding to the Ukraine humanitarian crises to improve the quality of the assistance and protection provided.
- List where to find additional support on implementing the Minimum Standards.
Who should complete this module?
This module is aimed at anyone who is working or volunteering with displaced people and would like to improve their understanding of the minimum standards for displacement sites.
45 minutes’ duration online module that you can complete at your own pace.
How to join?
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