Through the project, ‘Capacity Building of Nepal’s National Security Forces in Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM)’ IOM aims to contribute to the Government of Nepal’s efforts in disaster preparedness through increasing capacity of first responders to effectively manage displaced populations in line with international standards and best practices. A comprehensive response in camp management aims at improving the quality of life and dignity of affected populations during displacement through engagement in participatory processes, working together with, and advocating on behalf of, internally displaced people, as well as other persons affected by humanitarian crisis. The two years project is funded by the USAID/ Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance and will end in 2019. 

The project is being implemented over a two-year period and in close coordination with Ministry of Home Affairs (MOHA)Ministry of Defence (MoD)Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD)Department of Urban Development and Building Construction (DUDBC)Nepal Army (NA)Nepal Police (NP)Armed Police Force (APF), and National Red Cross Society (NRCS).