Submit a good practice Before submitting your good practice please bear the following requirements in mind: • While the CRRF is officially rolled out in a number of countries, good practices reflecting a comprehensive approach in any country or situation are welcome. • A CRRF good practice should contribute to at least one of the four CRRF objectives. • A CRRF good practice should be innovative and reflect a ‘whole-of-society’ approach. • A CRRF good practice should where relevant and to the extent possible reflect an age, gender and diversity-sensitive perspective. • Please only select one CRRF-Pillar (pillar 5 for cross-cutting practices). • Please avoid acronyms as much as possible and use clear language. You will find a more detailed description of what can be considered a CRRF good practice and of the CRRF pillars and objectives in this document. What is your name? (required) Which organisation do you work for? (required) What is your e-mail address? (required) May your e-mail address be published together with your good practice to allow users to contact you for more information? YesNo What is the title of your good practice? In which country and/or region is your good practice applied? Which CRRF pillar does your good practice contribute to? 1 - Reception and admission2 - Support for immediate and ongoing needs3 - Support for host countries and communities4 - Durable solutions5 - Cross-cutting Which CRRF objective/s does your good practice contribute to? (multiple choice) 1 - Ease pressure on host countries involved2 - Enhance refugee self-reliance3 - Expand access to third-country solutions4 - Support conditions in countries of origin for return in safety and dignity Please describe your good practice here. Would you like to attach a file to your good practice?