CCCM Cluster Somalia 2022 - Rapid Gender Analysis - September 2022

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Type de document: Evaluations
Type de document: English
Date de publication: 5 October 2022 (1 year ago)
Créé: 5 October 2022 (1 year ago)
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CCCM Cluster Somalia 2022 - Rapid Gender Analysis - September 2022

Type de document: Evaluations
Langue(s): English
v Overall, community members in all IDP sites expressed the view that the CMC plays – or tries to play – a significant role in facilitating inclusive access to services, although women are more likely to hold this view than men; youth – and apparently male youth in particular – have a less favorable view. The different reasons cited for unfavorable views included nepotism/favoritism in distribution processes, the exclusion of women, minorities and youth and the fact that CMCs were not positioned to facilitate access to services due to the absence of services and the CMCs’ lack of resources However, these were not strongly held views among either men or women of any age and referenced only a handful of times. v There was consensus across sexes, age groups and group types on the need for adaptations to camp management structures to be able to cope with the acceleration in the rate and number of new arrivals to IDP sites. CMCs and communities see a clear need for enhanced information-sharing and processes for re


  • International Organization for Migration
  • United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees


  •  Camp Coordination Camp Management (CCCM)


  • Somalie

Groupe de population

Pays Groupes
Somalia - IDPs
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