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 Washington
  • France Marseille
  • Afghanistan Kabul
  • 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


6 hours ago
In Yemen over half the population do not have enough to eat.
In Yemen over half the population do not have clean water.
In Yemen over half the population do not have access to health care.

In Yemen 80% of the population rely on humanitarian aid. The situation is catastrophic.
24 hours ago
Over 1,000,000 #Yemenis have been infected with #cholera due, in part, to a lack of access to #sanitation systems.

See how @UNDP is combating this while providing cash-for-work to help people care for their families.

@UAEAid #CFW #toilets
1 day ago
This Health Unit will provide care to 3,000 #Yemenis in #Lahj.

That's 3,000 people who:
🚘Don't need to travel long distances for basic health care
❤️Can feel confident in getting health care for their children
🥰Have regained some dignity

1 day ago
The #Yemen #EmergencyCashTransferProject implemented by @UNICEF_Yemen and funded by the World Bank which serves those registered in the Social Welfare Fund list is pleased to announce that the fourth payment cycle will start on Sunday, 20 January 2019
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1 day ago
The number of children suffering from severe acute malnutrition in Yemen has increased by 90% in the last three years.

Now, 50% of all children in Yemen have stunted growth because they do not have enough to eat. enough to eat.
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