To save lives, partners must act quickly and effectively when responding to natural disasters, emergencies and development challenges. Before an event happens, strong partnerships lead to improved coordination, faster response times, and better preparedness. We support our humanitarian and development partners with context specific services and solutions to develop a common operating picture (COP) of who is doing what, where they are doing it, and what needs to be done to maximize program outcomes. Our goal is to assist your organization to measurably improve the lives of people and communities who rely on your interventions.

Our Offices

Ethiopia

# of Staff: 4
Current Projects:

-    Global Health Emergency Information Management Evaluation and Support

Ethiopia

# of Staff: 4
Current Projects:

-    Global Health Emergency Information Management Evaluation and Support

Nigeria

# of Staff: 17
Current Projects: - Seconded staff to provide IM support to nine humanitarian sectors.

Yemen

# of Staff: 23
Current Projects:
-  Seconded staff to provide IM support to UNICEF

Syria

# of Staff: 2

Iraq

# of Staff: 69
Current Projects:

-    Mine Action Program 
-    Risk Mitigation Information Management Center
-    Information Management and Mapping

Colombia

IMMAP Colombia was originally opened in 2009, and after a hiatus in operations was reopened in 2016.

Jordan

# of Staff: 91
Current Projects:

-    Whole of Syria
-    Population Monitoring Initiative (PMI)
-    Support to Humanitarian Response Actors


Capacity Building Program

Afghanistan

# of Staff: 26
Current Projects:
•    Common Operation Picture for Humanitarian Coordination.
•    Information Management Services for Disaster Risk Reduction through Mapping, Forecast and Monitoring and Support to the Health Cluster.

iMMAP Marseille

iMMAP France HQ

# of Staff: 4

46 Rue de la Paix Marcel Paul
Marseille, France 13001

iMMAP Washington, DC

iMMAP HQ

# of Staff: 6

1300 Pennsylvania Avenue
Suite 470
Washington, D.C. 20004 USA

Colombia

IMMAP Colombia was originally opened in 2009, and after a hiatus in operations was reopened in 2016.

Afghanistan

# of Staff: 26
Current Projects:
•    Common Operation Picture for Humanitarian Coordination.
•    Information Management Services for Disaster Risk Reduction through Mapping, Forecast and Monitoring and Support to the Health Cluster.

Iraq

# of Staff: 69
Current Projects:

-    Mine Action Program 
-    Risk Mitigation Information Management Center
-    Information Management and Mapping

Jordan

# of Staff: 91
Current Projects:

-    Whole of Syria
-    Population Monitoring Initiative (PMI)
-    Support to Humanitarian Response Actors


Capacity Building Program

Nigeria

# of Staff: 17
Current Projects: - Seconded staff to provide IM support to nine humanitarian sectors.

Syria

# of Staff: 2

Yemen

# of Staff: 23
Current Projects:
-  Seconded staff to provide IM support to UNICEF