Building paths to self-sufficiency and empowerment for displaced people
Over 1.8 million IDPs living in 1,421 last resort IDP sites in north-west Syria need assistance in 2023. An additional 278,400 IDPs who reside in over 260 sites in northeast Syria also need assistance; the population in ten camps with a static camp management has increased by 4,320 individuals since the beginning of 2022, while the rate of new arrivals significantly outweighing departures, and with 7,000 individuals on camp waiting lists. In north-west Syria, 76 per cent of IDP sites do not have a camp management system in place99 and in north-east Syria, only five per cent of sites have a static camp
management presence. Without CCCM activities, vulnerable people risk not having predictable access to basic services.
BINAA’s CCCM program aims to improve the living conditions of displaced persons residing in camps or camp-like settings, by guaranteeing that populations are protected and have equitable access to basic services. Through camp management and displacement tracking, BINAA aims to improve the living conditions of displaced persons by monitoring displacement movements and facilitating the effective provision of assistance and protection to IDPs in displacement sites/camps and camp-like settings. These initiatives include providing IDPs with FSL – Shelter – NFI – WASH – Education – and protection services.