|Global cluster||Code||Sub-domain||Title||Description / Rationale|
|Camp Coordination / Management||CM-23||C3.10 Service Provision - Health||Number and percentage of displacement sites that have functioning health services within walking distance that IDP populations can attend||
This indicator monitors whether IDP populations in displacement sites have access to basic health services. Health services include health clinics and moblie health teams. Even if functioning, health services may not be equally accessible to all members of the displaced population (eg. because of disability, sex, and related security concerns). Qualitative data should be sought on who is able/unable to access health services.
|Camp Coordination / Management||CM-24||C3.6 Service Provision - Education||Number and percentage of displacement sites that have schools within walking distance that IDP children/youth can attend.||
This indicator monitors whether IDP children and youth in displacement sites have access to education. Even if present, schools may not be equally accessible to all children (eg. because of disability, sex and related security concerns). Qualitative data should also be sought on who is able/unable to attend school based on sex and age.
|Camp Coordination / Management||CM-25||C3 Protection and services monitoring and coordination||Number and Percentage of displacement sites where common services are targetted to reach vulnerable groups||
Common services can incude general distributions, food, WASH, and Education (to be define at the national/ local level). This indicator is linked to indicator 16 measuring general services reaching all populations including most vulnerable populations. Such mechanisms are put in place to ensure that general services provided reach the most vulnerable populations (minority groups, female-headed households, disabled, elderly, children). An example of common service targetting would be placing vulnerable groups, such as the elderly, at the front of distribution queues.
|Camp Coordination / Management||CM-26||C3 Protection and services monitoring and coordination||Number and Percentage of displacement sites where specific services exist for vulnerable groups||
Specific services are services required by vulnerable groups; Examples in this category include: support for survivors of sexual and gender based violence (SGBV), psychosocial support, sensitization projects (peace, reconciliation etc.), community services, youth programmes, support for special needs, camp committees, Child Friendly Spaces, and Disabled Access. Vulnerable groups may include, but are not limited to: Minority groups; disabled; single headed households; female-headed households; elderly; children
|Camp Coordination / Management||CM-27||C4.1 Return/ Relocation/ Integration||Number and Percentage of displacement sites with active relocation, reintegration or return programmes.||
This indicator is intended to measure how many camp managers are actively working on durable solutions.
|Camp Coordination / Management||CM-28||C2.2 Return/ Relocation/ Integration||Number and Percentage of displaced persons in displacement sites that cannot return||
This indicator refers to displaced persons by sex and age who intend to return but cannot. This may be for a number of reasons including: lack of money, disability, ongoing security concerns, government or other restrictions on movement.
|Camp Coordination / Management||CM-29||C3 Protection and services monitoring and coordination||Number and Percentage of spontaneous displacement sites where a site plan/ map has been created and is kept up to date.||
Updates to a displacement site plan provide us with a way to measure improvements to the infrastructure of spontaneous displacement sites.
|Camp Coordination / Management||CM-30||C1.1 Displacement Site Managers||Number and Percentage of displacement sites in natural disasters with national authorities as site managers|
|Camp Coordination / Management||CM-31||C3.1 Displacement Site Managers||Number and Percentage of site managers with CCCM training|
|Camp Coordination / Management||CM-32||C2 Population information management||Number of displacement sites where consultations with all strata of displaced populations take place about their needs to inform planning and programs|
|Camp Coordination / Management||CM-33||C3 Protection and services monitoring and coordination||Percentage of site management personnel (including partners) that have undertaken the IASC Gender E-learning course.|
|Camp Coordination / Management||CM-34||C3 Protection and services monitoring and coordination||Number and percentage of displacement sites where gaps in services identified by site managers/DTM are referred, monitored and followed up for response||
This indicator seeks to keep site managers and the CCCM cluster accountable by ensuring gaps which are identified at the displacement site level are referred, monitored and followed up for action by relevant actors (WASH, Shelter, Health, Education, etc.)
|Education||E-1-01||E1.1 Equal Access||Percentage of emergency affected children and youth (5-18 yrs old) attending learning spaces/schools in affected areas.||
This indicator provides information on children and Youth attending schooling - Gives number of children with access to education. Note that target % will depend on pre-crises enrolment figures (refer to FODs where available)
|Education||E-1-02||E1.1 Equal Access||Percentage of emergency affected children (3-5 yrs old) attending ECD Spaces in affected areas||
This indicator provides information on children attending ECD Space. This indicator gives the number of children with access to ECD.
|Education||E-1-03||E1.1 Equal Access||Percentage of affected schools/learning spaces in affected area||
This indicator gives information on affected school buildings This indicator should breaks down damaged and/or destroyed by degree of damage.
|Education||E-1-04||E1.1 Equal Access||Percentage and Number of Temporary Learning Spaces constructed in affected area||
This indicator allows you to track and measure the output activities of constructed Temporary Learning Spaces against the target needed of temporary learning spaces
|Education||E-1-05||E1.1 Equal Access||Percentage of schools/learning spaces used as shelters in affected area||
This indicator allows you to track the number of schools/learning spaces that are being used as temporary shelters, evauation centers, and occupied by displaced populations
|Education||E-1-06||E1.1 Equal Access||Percentage of damaged or occupied education facilities rehabilitated and reopened in affected area||
This indicator gives information on education facilities re-opend
|Education||E-1-07||E1.1 Equal Access||Percentage of schools/learning spaces that lost learning materials||
Schools that have lost learning materials
|Education||E-1-08||E1.1 Equal Access||Percentage of schools/learning spaces provided learning materials||
Schools provided with learning materials
|Education||E-1-09||E1.1 Equal Access||Number of education kits required in affected area||
Education Kits required in affected area
|Education||E-1-10||E1.1 Equal Access||Percentage and number of affected Schools/learning spaces provided education kits||
Education Kits distributed
|Education||E-1-11||E1.2 Facilities and services||Number and percentage of emergency affected children (3-18 years) accessing to emergency education programmes that incorporate health interventions||
Children and Youth with access to with school health interventions
|Education||E-1-12||E1.2 Facilities and services||Percentage of learning spaces/schools with adequate male and female WASH facilities in affected areas||
Schools/learning spaces with adequate male and female WASH facilities
|Education||E-1-13||E1.2 Facilities and services||Percentage of learning spaces/schools provided with adequate male and or female WASH facilities in affected areas||
Schools provided adequate with male and or female WASH facilities