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iMMAP turns data into information and creates knowledge for decision makers operating in development contexts, situations of violence, post-disaster, and conflict recovery. Our mission is to harness the power of information to facilitate evidence-based decisions to improve people’s lives.

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We offer our partners the full spectrum of information, knowledge, and change management skills and services.
Our expertise is linked 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),
allowing 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 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 provide high-quality assistance that impacts the wider population.

Infographics and mapping

Data collection and analysis

Training and mentoring

Database management

Tools development

Consultation and strategy


Years of Experience


Offices Worldwide

Current iMMAP Operations

Global Humanitarian Response

  • USA HQ Washington
  • France HQ Marseille
  • Afghanistan Kabul
  • Bangladesh Cox's Bazar
  • Colombia Bogotá
  • Ethiopia Addis Ababa
  • Iraq Erbil/Basra
  • Jordan Amman
  • Nigeria Abuja/Maiduguri
  • Senegal Dakar
  • Syria (North East) Syria
  • Thailand Bangkok
  • Yemen Sana'a

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What our partners think

iMMAP2 days ago
Ten years ago, the crisis in northeast #Nigeria started. Ten years later 1.8 million people are still internally displaced and 7.1 million people are in need of humanitarian aid. 800,000 kids are still out of school and 1 million children are malnourished, while 3 million people are affected by food insecurity.

iMMAP Nigeria continues to provide information management support to eleven sectors, to enhance the operations that deliver much needed humanitarian aid to the affected population.

#10YearsTooMany #informationmanagement #betterdecisions #betteroutcomes
iMMAP4 days ago
iMMAP´s ReportHub is a powerful and efficient tool that supports humanitarian coordination by collecting and disseminating information on humanitarian projects.

In June 2019, partners reported 927,061 services to beneficiaries delivered during May in 380 locations across Afghanistan, and 111 activity reports were created by 41 partner organizations on ReportHub.

See below the Multi-Sectoral Dashboard for Humanitarian Response Afghanistan (June 2019) created with the humanitarian data hosted on ReportHub.

#betterdata #betterdecisions #betteroutcomes #informationmanagement
iMMAP5 days ago
On 31 July 2019, the iMMAP Iraq team visited Mawat Town, north of Sulaymaniyah, to evaluate the Mine Risk Education (MRE) activities conducted by the Humanitarian Mine Action (HMA) partner Spirit of Soccer (SOS). As a result of the MRE activities conducted by SoS, 38 people directly, and 100 people indirectly, were educated about landmines and explosive remnants of war (ERWs).

The Town of Mawat is located between Iraqi and Iranian border, an area heavily contaminated with landmines and ERWs. A number of mine-related accidents have been reported in the region; therefore, MRE activities are crucial to ensure the communities are aware of the risks of landmines and ERWs, and how to avoid them.
iMMAP1 week ago
iMMAP Nigeria is proud to support the Gender-based Violence Sub-sector partners, responding to the humanitarian crisis in the northeast.

Ms. Sylvia Opinia, Gender-based Violence Sub-sector (GBV SS) Coordinator, during our annual technical review workshop, commented that:

"The GBV SS has been one of the biggest beneficiaries of iMMAP support - through capacity deployment for GBV information management and Gender-based Violence Information Management Systems (GBVIMS). To me, the Information Management Officers (IMOs) deployed by iMMAP form a core part of the GBV SS coordination team. Thanks to iMMAP, GBV response coordination has been strengthened, and the GBV SS is more visible, providing better analysis of GBV trends and information for programming. The GBV SS participates in the HPC process just like any other sector, from analysis to response planning, as well as the reporting and monitoring. The work of GBV IM in Nigeria has contributed a great deal to the global appreciation of GBV information management by the GBVAOR. In 2018, the GBV IM products from Nigeria were considered as a best practice. In May 2019, the GBVAOR organized its first-ever IMO training in Bangkok and shared lessons learned from Nigeria. Many thanks, iMMAP for providing a strong technical base for IM. The GBV SS is committed to continuing this fruitful partnership".

In the photos: Sylvia Opinia – GBV SS coordinator, Zara Kareto – iMMAP’s GBVIMS Coordinator, and Toyese Oyelade – iMMAP’s GBV Information Management Officer.
iMMAP1 week ago
A 5.8 magnitude earthquake hit the Hindu Kush region, Afghanistan, today at 00:45:27 UTC.

The iMMAP team rapidly developed this map to inform authorities and disaster responders on the potential damage.

#betterdata #betterdecisions #betteroutcomes
#disasterresponse #informationmanagement

1 week ago
iMMAP is a proud partner to the Jordan Land Cover Atlas, recently released by @FAO. The atlas aims to increase the sustainability in how goods and services are carried out in agriculture, forestry and fisheries in #Jordan.
1 week ago
MENA Regional Director, Craig von Hagen, recently participated in a workshop on ICT application in water management and water security mounted by @ceu in Budapest. The workshop was attended by specialists from @FAO, @WorldBank, and @EU_ScienceHub. #watersecurity iMMAPer photo
2 weeks ago
RT UNICEF_Yemen: Works in progress! 🚧👷‍♂️🔧

Hani Omar and his friends will be soon able to play outside without taking the risk to get infected by #cholera.

With eu_echo, UNICEF_Yemen rehabilitates sewage networks of Dar Saad in #Aden, so that childre…
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2 weeks ago
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UNICEF Ethiopia @UNICEFEthiopia
Breastfeeding gives children the healthiest start to life. That’s why UNICEF and WHO recommend:

🕐 Starting within one hour of birth.
👶🏻 Breastfeeding exclusively without food or water for the first six months.
💪🏽 Continuing together with solid foods for two years or more.
2 weeks ago
The ACAPS Yemen Analysis Hub has outlined the main emerging risks in #Yemen that may affect the current #humanitarian situation within the next 6 months.
Download the full analysis (updated every 6 months):
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