Active refugee communities experience their camp management as an accountable, inclusive and capacitated self-governance system that adheres to humanitarian principles ensures access to justice and involves them in planning for solutions.
- Capacity building on good governance and democratic processes.
- Efficient, transparent and sustainable delivery of services in camps on the basis of principles of impartiality, accountability, good community governance and participation by the refugees.
- Promote the rights of persons with specific needs and under-represented groups, ensuring their equitable access to services, including justice.
- Develop skills and knowledge relevant for successful return, resettlement and (re)-integration.
- Support refugees to lead their own preparedness planning within a ‘framework’ for solutions.
- Plan for camp consolidation when the level of departures warrants.