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  • Yemen Sana'a


2018 iMMAP Annual Report

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.

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iMMAP
iMMAP2 hours ago
Post-conflict recovery and rehabilitation is a key focus for humanitarian stakeholders.

Like many Syrian cities, Ar-Raqqa has been afflicted with hundreds of thousands of cubic meters of rubble. Cleaning the vast amounts of rubble has been compounded by the drop in trash collecting personnel and equipment operating in the city since the war’s outbreak in 2011.

According to data obtained by the UrbAN-S project, the amount of trash collection workers operating in Ar-Raqqa decreased from 260 in 2010 to 90 in 2018. Simultaneously, the amount of trash vehicles operating in the city decreased from 17 in 2010 to just four in 2018.

This glaring dip has greatly impacted Ar-Raqqa’s solid waste management capacity as visualized below.

For more groundbreaking, Syria-relevant urban information, please visit: https://www.urban-syria.org

On a similar note, please catch iMMAP’s Urban Profiling team at the World Urban Forum in Abu Dhabi!

#WUF10 #ThinkUrban #urbanprofiling
iMMAP
iMMAP4 hours ago
"iMMAP is here to share their knowledge for our collective benefit. Never mind the security situation [in Maiduguri], this is part of the reason you are here; harnessing the power of information is very important to mitigate the effects of the insurgency."

-Engineer Professor Babagana Gutti-

https://immap.org/news/immap-nigeria-continues-its-capacity-building-program-by-training-64-humanitarian-actors/

#capacitybuilding
iMMAP
iMMAP8 hours ago
Following the ReportHub training delivered to partners of the Protection Cluster by iMMAP Afghanistan last week, some participants indicated further interest in having a more in-depth, practical training.

iMMAP, in cooperation with the Protection Cluster, subsequently held a ReportHub practical training for 16 attendees on February 11th, during which they were able to enter real data for their projects, whilst having trainers readily available for one-to-one support.

iMMAP thanks the attendees for their participation and remains available for support.

https://reporthub.org

#InformationManagement #ReportHub #Afghanistan
iMMAP
iMMAP1 day ago
The iMMAP Roster is now open for applications!

Highly skilled Information Management Officers (IMOs) are called upon to help organizations improve the quality, timeliness, use, and sharing of critical humanitarian response data and information.

iMMAP maintains a roster of rapidly deployable information management experts to provide surge capacity support in emergency operations.

Register in the iMMAP Careers platform through the link below and complete the 11-step process with your profile to become a roster member!

https://immap.org/careers/ #iMMAPRoster
iMMAP
iMMAP updated their cover photo.1 day ago

2 hours ago
Post-conflict recovery and rehabilitation is a key focus for humanitarian stakeholders. #WUF10 #urbanplanning #urbanprofiling #ThinkUrban (1/4)
4 hours ago
iMMAP Nigeria Continues its Capacity Building Program by Training 64 Humanitarian Actors

#capacitybuilding

https://t.co/gyHQjtTBDl https://t.co/1mYNdOjqxG
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5 hours ago
There is a great need for #InformationManagement services in #BurkinaFaso. In a partnership with #OCHA and @H2Hnet iMMAP is building a unit to support the humanitarian community with information services. #betterdata 📊 https://t.co/uwoT2q7Hcv iMMAP_org photo
8 hours ago
#iMMAP #Afghanistan held a follow-up, practical #ReportHub training for partners of the Protection Cluster on February 11th. The 16 attendees were able to enter real data for their projects, whilst having trainers readily available for one-to-one support🤝

#InformationManagement https://t.co/UeWfTUP8GL
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