|Camp Coordination / Management||CM-05||C2 Population information management||Number and percentage of displacement sites in urban areas receiving urban site management services.||
This indicator is concerned with displacement sites in urban areas. The definition of an urban area should be decided at national level. 'Urban site management services' include CCCM mechanisms such as population statistics monitoring, self governance mechanisms, monitoring service provision, site manager.
|Camp Coordination / Management||CM-07||C2.1 CCCM Mechanisms||Number and percentage of displacement sites with established CCCM mechanisms||
Sites which have any one of the following mechanisms operational - population statistics monitoring by sex and age, women's committees, and camp committees with women representation, self governance mechanisms, monitoring service provision, site manager
|Camp Coordination / Management||CM-08||C2.1 CCCM Mechanisms||Number and percentage of displacement sites conducting IDP registration activities||
Registration activities may be at the household or individual level with sex and age disaggregation. An estimiation of the displacement site population is important for creating distibution lists, tracking population movements, monitoring site programing, case management, and ensuring accurate representation of vulnerable populations.
|Camp Coordination / Management||CM-09||C2.1 CCCM Mechanisms||Number and percentage of displacement sites where de-registration/ departure is monitored||
De-registration/departure should be monitored but not controlled in order to adequately calculate needs within the displacement site and plan accordingly.
|Camp Coordination / Management||CM-10||C1.2 CCCM Mechanisms||Number and percentage of displacement sites that have a formal dispute resolution and/or complaint mechanism including PSEA|
|Camp Coordination / Management||CM-12||C3.3 CCCM Mechanisms||Number and Percentage of displacement sites with host community representation in governance structures||
This indicator may not always be relevant in all displacement situations. The site and/or protection environment may determine its appropriateness.
|Camp Coordination / Management||CM-13||C2 Population information management||Number and Percentage of displacement sites that regularly collect demographic information disaggregated by sex and age to an agreed reporting cycle|
|Camp Coordination / Management||CM-17||C3.4 Service Provision - Protection||Number and percentage of displacement sites where residents have access to law enforcement mechanisms||
This indicator covers one aspect of protection in displacement sites. Law enforcement mechanisms, such as policing, civilian security patrols, access to courts and national justice systems, codes for dispute resolution, reporting mechanisms, and referral systems, contribute to a safer site environment by reducing the risk of protection incidents and providing a means to address them when they occur. Even when law enforcement mechanisms are in place, these may not be equally accessible to all members of the displaced population.
|Camp Coordination / Management||CM-19||C3.9 Service Provision - WASH &/or Shelter||Number and Percentage of displacement sites with NFI needs, in which at least one NFI distribution has taken place in the last three months||
This indicator monitors whether people in displacement sites with NFI needs are receiving distributions. This indicator is also a component of WASH and/or Shelter service provision.
|Camp Coordination / Management||CM-22||C3.5 Service Provision - Food and Nutrition||Number and percentage of displacement sites with food/nutrition needs where at least one food distribution has taken place within the past month||
This indicator monitors whether IDP populations in displacement sites with food needs have access to food distributions.