Refugee Camps and Camp Planning. Report I: Camp Planning. Report II: Camp Improvements. Report III:Camp Development Programming. Report IV: Camp Layouts. Refugee Camp Planning: The State of the Art.
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Report I outlines the various stages of development that refugee camps will normally follow during the course of a refugee crisis. The report is divided into three sections, each outlining a particular type of camp that either now exists or may develop. Each type of camp represents a phase in the overall evolution of camp planning and development. Report II outlines basic camp improvements which should be considered in all camps. The specific improvements outlined, however, are generally more applicable to Phase I and Phase II camps than to Phase III types. Report IV outlines some techniques and plans for the design of refugee camps. The material is presented to facilitate planning for new camps and to present some new ideas to alleviate problems encountered by the current "state of the art", and to provide some alternatives to laying out a refugee camp. Essentially, the data presented pertains to the design of Phase III type camps.
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