This project provided shelter assistance to 10,000 refugees and migrants living in the unplanned “Jungle” camp in Calais. It was implemented by a volunteer-run network with limited capacities in a very fluid environment (the camp was partially destroyed twice). Self-build shelter kits and technical support were provided to those able to build, while volunteers built prefabricated shelters for the most vulnerable. After the second reduction, further shelter construction was prevented by the authorities, and volunteer groups mainly provided tents solutions the final closure and dismantlement of the camp.