iMMAP

iMMAP provides targeted information management support to partners responding to complex humanitarian and development challenges.

iMMAP is an international not-for-profit 501(c)3 non-governmental organization (NGO) that provides targeted information management support to partners responding to complex humanitarian and development challenges. We offer our partners the full spectrum of information, knowledge, and change management skills and services, while linking that expertise with thematic knowledge in humanitarian aid assistance and emergency response (e.g. food security, health, coordination, development, disaster risk reduction, humanitarian mine action, security, climate change, agriculture, and much more). This allows us to support humanitarian actors to solve operational and strategic challenges. We are experts in working in high-risk environments as a result of political instability, economic crisis, security threats, and natural disasters. We partner with organizations to provide cost-efficient and more effective services based on informed decision-making, which ultimately leads to improved outcomes for vulnerable communities. This cost-saving approach enables humanitarian aid and development organizations to reach more people and provide high-quality assistance that impacts the wider population. iMMAP has been at the forefront of information management support for humanitarian clusters (UN agencies and International NGOs) including; Logistics, Water & Sanitation, Health, Protection, Education, Nutrition, Camp Management & Coordination, Protection, Food Security, Nutrition and Gender-Based Violence. iMMAP maintains an active surge capacity Stand-By Partnership Program with nine UN agencies including OCHA, WFP, FAO, UNICEF, IOM, WHO, UNHCR, UNDP and UNFPA. iMMAP has proven its ability to support emergency response efforts across multiple geographic locations throughout Eastern Europe, Africa, Asia, Middle East, and Latin America. iMMAP has a diversified donor base. Our donors include the US Department of State, USAID/OFDA/FFP, CDC, DFID, SDC, WFP, WHO, UNICEF, UNHCR, IOM, European Commission (ECHO), and the World Bank. At iMMAP, we leverage our team’s multi-sectoral expertise to deliver services to meet our partners demanding operational needs. We support our partners to respond appropriately to some of the critical real-world challenges through practical and evidence-based solutions.

Mission: iMMAP’s mission is to harness the power of information to facilitate evidence-based decisions to improve people’s lives. iMMAP envisions a world where no one suffers due to lack of access to timely, relevant, and reliable information that has the power to transform lives.

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iMMAP Leads Two Market Studies to Aid Humanitarian Bread Programs in Northwest Syria

iMMAP conducted two extensive studies to understand market dynamics and assist in scaling bread programs sustained by humanitarian partners in northwest Syria.

https://immap.org/news/immap-leads-two-market-studies-to-aid-humanitarian-bread-programs-in-northwest-syria/

immap.org iMMAP conducted two extensive studies to understand market dynamics and assist in scaling bread programs sustained by humanitarian partners in northwest Syria.

Yesterday, iMMAP Iraq hosted a meeting for the Directorate of Mine Action (DMA) at our Erbil office, attended by the Deputy Minister of Health and Environment, representatives from the Prime Minister’s office and the Ministry of Defense, and the Humanitarian Mine Action (HMA) actors in Iraq, to provide an overview of the achievements of the Mine Action Program in the liberated areas from ISIS, and to highlight the implementing partners (IPs) successes and challenges.

The DMA showed their appreciation to the IPs for the work done in providing a better environment for the returnees, and for their efforts towards the stabilization of the liberated areas.

“Good decisions rely on good information. I would like to thank iMMAP for supporting the Directorate of Mine Action with information management and capacity building”
- Mr. Dr. Jassim Al-Falahi, Deputy Minister of Health and Environment.

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iMMAP Ethiopia Contributes to the Humanitarian Needs Overview 2020

Led by UNOCHA, the second-ever Ethiopia Humanitarian Needs Overview (HNO) was produced and recently launched, providing the humanitarian community with an enhanced understanding of the humanitarian situation in the country, as well as providing evidence-based analysis to help systematically estimate the people in need in 2020.

https://immap.org/news/immap-ethiopia-contributes-to-the-humanitarian-needs-overview-2020/

immap.org iMMAP is playing a crucial role in the Humanitarian Needs Overview and Humanitarian Response Plan by collecting, analyzing and reporting data that help set the goals and evaluate the achievements of the humanitarian clusters.

At the request of World Vision, iMMAP’s Capacity Building team conducted a four-day general information management workshop for their staff at the iMMAP MENA Regional Office in Amman.

The team trained the participants on primary data collection, data visualization, data mapping, data preparation and analysis, and creating dashboards using the Adobe Illustrator.

13 World Vision staffers in total took part in this workshop.

#capacitybuilding #informationmanagement

Of the 72,477 households in Afghanistan targeted for winterization support by the Emergency Shelter and Non-Food Items (ESNFI) Cluster, 28,881 (40%) have been reached according to the latest Winterization Response Dashboard produced by iMMAP.

Winterization support is a major concern, especially in high altitude locations and areas of concentrated displacement, as poor shelter conditions and limited access to blankets and heating materials leave people unable to cope with Afghanistan’s harsh winters, putting their health and lives at risk.

iMMAP is supporting the ESNFI Cluster by consolidating and analyzing data to produce weekly dashboards that help to inform partners on the progress of their response.

#InformationManagement #ShelterCluster #Afghanistan

iMMAP, together with the Food Security Sector (FSS), compiled a report under the Agricultural Inputs Market Monitoring Initiative (AIMMi) that assesses the availability, origin and prices of 104 resources relevant to the northeast Syrian (NES) agricultural market.

Some of the assessed resources, include diesel, fertilizers, tools like axes and billhooks and a plethora of crop seeds such as barley, coriander and okra.

https://reliefweb.int/report/syrian-arab-republic/syria-agricultural-inputs-market-monitoring-initiative-aimmi-bulletin

#syrianagriculture #aimmi

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iMMAP Nigeria Signs Knowledge Sharing MoU with The University of Maiduguri

On behalf of the humanitarian community, I would like to congratulate you on this significant milestone. Training new cadre of intellectuals who can drive the response in this growing field of humanitarian needs at the global level and in Nigeria.

- Mr. Peter Ekayu, Deputy Head of UNOCHA in Nigeria

https://immap.org/news/immap-nigeria-signs-humanitarian-information-management-knowledge-sharing-mou-with-the-university-of-maiduguri/

immap.org On behalf of the humanitarian community, I would like to congratulate you on this significant milestone. Training new cadre of intellectuals who can drive the response in this growing field of humanitarian needs at the global level and in Nigeria

iMMAP Iraq 2019

"We would like to thank our donors for their valuable support to our mission and the Iraqi people.

Their support helped us implement important programs including capacity development for the National Mine Action Authorities, and provide timely and accurate information to decision-makers in projects that support IDPs and returnees, and assist with the efforts against explosive remnants of war"

-iMMAP Iraq Country Representative

iMMAP's work in delivering quality data

For 19 years, iMMAP has collected, processed and delivered reliable and quality data to humanitarian partners to help alleviate the world’s most pressing humanitarian crises.

#BetterData #BetterDecisions #BetterOutcomes

On December 21, 2019, iMMAP was honored by Jordan’s Applied Science University جامعة العلوم التطبيقية الخاصة for taking in several of their students as interns and enhancing their knowledge in the field of data visualization.

iMMAP’s Capacity Building program is a core component of iMMAP’s services, centered on developing and nurturing local talent in the humanitarian sector.

#iMMAPrecognized #SpreadingtheKnowledge

iMMAP provides the Agriculture and Livelihoods Cluster of Ethiopia with information management support for response monitoring and informed decision making.

The IMO deployed by iMMAP to the cluster regularly develops information management products to monitor the progress against the Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) indicators, such as this monthly dashboard that shows the collective progress of the cluster partners towards accomplishing the goals indicated in the HRP.

Today, iMMAP’s Capacity Building team concluded a five-day general information management training that was held at its MENA Regional Office in Amman.

The team trained the participants on primary data collection, data visualization, data mapping, data preparation and analysis, and creating dashboards using the Adobe Illustrator.

13 participants took part in this training from a host of organizations, including the International Medical Corps (IMC), UNOPS, International Organization of Migration (IOM), and CARE.

#capacitybuilding #informationmanagement

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Afghanistan: Humanitarian Response Plan (2018 - 2021) - Humanitarian Programme Cycle 2020 Revision (Issued December 2019) - Afghanistan

$733 million will be required in 2020 to reach 7.1 million people in need of life-saving humanitarian assistance in Afghanistan according to the recently published Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) by OCHA.

iMMAP will continue to support humanitarian operations in Afghanistan in 2020 through the use of ReportHub, an online reporting platform that streamlines the information flow between clusters, partners, and the Humanitarian Country Team in support of the HRP.

https://reporthub.org

#InformationManagement #Humanitarian #Afghanistan

reliefweb.int English Appeal on Afghanistan and 2 other countries about Agriculture, Coordination, Aged Persons, Children, Drought and more; published on 31 Dec 2019 by OCHA

On this day last year iMMAP hosted and led the first day of a five-day workshop on natural hazard mapping for members of staff from the Afghanistan National Disaster Management Authority (ANDMA).

The workshop initiated the start of a close collaboration between iMMAP and ANDMA to develop a Natural Hazard Atlas for all of Afghanistan. The Atlas enables the Afghan State Ministry for Disaster Management and Humanitarian Affairs to assess risks at the provincial level and then prepare and plan accordingly for improved disaster management at the national level.

To date, 253 maps have been produced through this joint effort, ranging from administrative and population maps to seismic intensity maps. All have been extracted using the Afghan Spatial Data Centre.

http://asdc.immap.org

#informationmanagement #DRR #Afghanistan

9.4 million people in Afghanistan are projected to need life-saving humanitarian assistance in 2020 according to the recently published Humanitarian Needs Overview by OCHA.

iMMAP’s mission is to harness the power of information to facilitate evidence-based decisions to improve people’s lives. We envision a world where no one suffers due to a lack of access to timely, relevant, and reliable information that has the power to transform lives.

iMMAP has been actively operating in Afghanistan since 2010, delivering information management products and services to key partners in humanitarian response. By supporting informed decision-making, we will help to provide high-quality targeted assistance to Afghanistan’s most vulnerable populations in 2020.

https://reliefweb.int/report/afghanistan/2020-afghanistan-humanitarian-needs-overview-humanitarian-programme-cycle-2020

#informationmanagement #humanitarian #Afghanistan

In an effort to strengthen Humanitarian Actors’ (HAs’) capacity in emergency response, from 10 to 12 December 2019 iMMAP, funded by the Iraq Humanitarian Fund (IHF), implemented the second round of training on data collection and data visualization for the HAs working in conflict and hard to reach areas in Iraq.

Improving HAs capacity on data collection and visualization ensures an increase in the efficiency of their efforts to deliver humanitarian aid to Iraq’s vulnerable population.

Through this 3-day training course, iMMAP trained 19 participants from 12 Organizations on data collection methodologies using mobile data collection (MDC) tools such as Kobo Toolbox, as well as data visualization using Microsoft Power BI and Adobe illustrator.

Invited by the National Disaster Risk Management Commission (NDRMC), on December 11 iMMAP introduced its program in Ethiopia and shared best practices in Early Warning and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) with the Early Warning Technical Committee (EWTC) of Ethiopia.

iMMAP Ethiopia Country Director, Mr. Amr Kambal, and iMMAP Syria Area Manager and DRR expert, Mr. Victor Kimathi, offered an overview of the support that iMMAP provides to the humanitarian clusters in Ethiopia, and explained iMMAP’s Early Warning and DRR experience in other contexts and the potential adaptation for Ethiopia.

These presentations were very well received by the EWTC, and iMMAP will strengthen its support to the Early Warning and DRR sector in the country.

The second Urban Profile Training has finally come to a close with an in-depth look into Joint Analysis and the uses of Area-Based Analysis for programming purposes.

Many thanks to the facilitators, contributors and 16 participants for making this training a success.

#urbanprofiling #jointanalysis

In the scope of iMMAP’s longstanding support to the Afghanistan National Disaster Management Authority (ANDMA), iMMAP assists ANDMA to produce maps on Casualties, Damages, and Response as a Result of Natural Hazards, for their monthly reports, based on data provided by them. These maps help to inform decisions and actions taken by ANDMA for disaster risk reduction policies and activities.

iMMAP has been providing technical support to the Afghan Government since 2010 to coordinate preparedness and response for the numerous natural hazards that occur in the country every year and result in the loss of lives, livelihoods, and property.

#informationmanagement #DRR #Afghanistan

The second day of the Urban Profiling Training has come to an end at the iMMAP MENA Regional Office in Amman, Jordan.

A major session covered today was Remote Sensing, a practice that has become crucial in acquiring quality data over wide areas, especially conflict-embroiled territories.

#urbanprofiling #remotesensing

iMMAP Nigeria develops regular information management (IM) products to enhance Gender-based Violence sub-sector coordination and to inform better decision making.

The interactive dashboard for January to October 2019 shows the results of the efforts made by the sector during this period and the gaps that need to be filled. So far, progress has been made against the Humanitarian Response Plan 2019 of up to 73.36%. This provides a clearer picture of sector activities and accomplishments which thereby increases the efficiency of the response within the sector.

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/nigeria/gender-based-violence

#informationmanagement #genderbasedviolence #humanitarian

Today, the UrbAN-S Consortium Partners launched the second Urban Profiling Training currently being held at the iMMAP MENA Regional Office in Amman, Jordan.

The opening day of this three-day training covers the Case for Urban Analysis, the Elements and Objectives of Urban Profiling and the Urban Profiling Methodology.

The training takes place from December 17-19.

#urbanprofiling #urbananalysis

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iMMAP Provides a Harmonized Monitoring Tool and Training to the Ethiopia Protection Cluster to Improve the Response

Thanks to the new tools developed and introduced, cluster partner agencies have improved their reporting mechanisms, which positively supports the humanitarian response and their advocacy efforts since online protection information is now readily available.

https://immap.org/news/immap-provides-a-harmonized-monitoring-tool-and-training-to-the-ethiopia-protection-cluster-response-to-improve-the-response/

immap.org For the first time in Ethiopian Protection cluster humanitarian response, iMMAP has developed harmonized and simplified response monitoring tool for an effective information collection system for cluster coordination.

On December 11, 2019, as part of the Technical Support and National Capacity for Humanitarian Mine Action Program, iMMAP Iraq held the Information Management Technical Working Group (IMTWG) meeting, at our Erbil office.

The IMTWG is aimed at improving coordination between all Humanitarian Mine Action (HMA) stakeholders to increase the efficiency of the HMA program in Iraq.

During these monthly IMTWG meetings, the attendees provide an overview of their activities and challenges, and collectively discuss and solve their IM related problems.

Approximately 2.4 million people require protection assistance in Afghanistan. Almost two-thirds of the Afghan population lives in areas directly affected by conflict. As a result, population movement is a permanent feature of the crisis. Women and girls in particular are exposed to gender-based violence and social inequalities which hinders their access to basic health, psychosocial, and legal services. Children are also among the main victims of explosive remnants of war.

iMMAP´s information management officer seconded to UNHCR Afghanistan supports the Protection Cluster by analyzing data to produce monthly response snapshots which help to inform partners on their progress towards targets set in the Humanitarian Response Plan.

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/afghanistan/infographic/afghanistan-protection-cluster-response-snapshot-january-october

#informationmanagement #ProtectionCluster #Afghanistan

iMMAP envisions a world where no one suffers due to a lack of access to timely, relevant and reliable information that has the power to transform lives.

#StandUp4HumanRights

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Humanitarian organizations need to adapt their emergency response activities and projects to evolving social and political circumstances that affect their operations. Reporting operational data can be a complicated and inconsistent process. This jeopardizes decision-making processes and the quality of humanitarian assistance.

iMMAP’s ReportHub is an online reporting platform that addresses the gap in reporting operational data across organizations by streamlining the information flow between clusters, partners, and the humanitarian country team in support of the Humanitarian Response Plan.

In November, partners reported 852,691 services delivered to beneficiaries during October in 385 locations across Afghanistan, and 131 reports were created by 47 organizations on ReportHub.

https://reporthub.org

#informationmanagement #ReportHub #Afghanistan

iMMAP

The iMMAP team formed in Washington D.C., to lead the first internationally coordinated effort combining information management, sociology, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology expanding beyond humanitarian mine action to the broader relief and international development arena. Since then, iMMAP has been a pioneering humanitarian organization, leading the way towards the effective use of information management practices and principles in service to the world's most vulnerable populations.

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