At the end of 2015, about six out of ten refugees lived in urban areas. Refugees and Internally Displaced People (IDPs) move to cities in hope for better access to facilities and services, more diversified employment possibilities in the formal and informal sectors as well as more accessible markets than in isolated camps or rural settings. This section comprises the tools for planning and programming, hygiene promotion and community mobilisation, water supply and sanitation that relevant for urban settings. They relate to settlement on own or rented land or housing, informal occupation or host family arrangements in urban areas.
Planning & Process Tools
Hygiene Promotion & Community Mobilisation
- Scenario Description