Years of Experience


Offices Worldwide

Current iMMAP Operations

Global Humanitarian Response

  • USA HQ Washington, D.C.
  • France HQ Marseille
  • Switzerland Geneva
  • Afghanistan Kabul
  • Bangladesh Cox's Bazar
  • Burkina Faso Ouagadougou
  • Colombia Bogota
  • DRC Goma/Beni
  • Ethiopia Addis Ababa
  • Iraq Erbil/Baghdad/Basra
  • Jordan Amman
  • Nigeria Abuja/Maiduguri
  • Syria (Northeast) Syria
  • Yemen Sana'a

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

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iMMAP4 hours ago
In Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh 🇧🇩, the reduced humanitarian footprint across camps due to the #COVID19 containment measures has negatively impacted an already vulnerable population. Food security across households has worsened with scarce income generating activities leading to lower levels of purchasing power.🥖💵

Families, especially those with infants and adolescents have resorted to negative coping strategies such as borrowing money and buying food on credit. #Children under five, as well as pregnant and lactating women (PLW), are among the most vulnerable groups affected by reduced food stocks where families are adopting mitigation measures to cope with reduced income.🤰👶

Learn more about the impact of COVID-19 on #Rohingya refugees and host communities in #Bangladesh: ➡
iMMAP4 days ago
iMMAP #Afghanistan successfully delivered two days of ReportHub ( training to the Emergency Shelter and Non-Food Items (ES-NFI) Cluster for 54 #humanitarian professionals, between July 5-6, 2021.🤝

The attendees were taught how to create and edit projects, submit monthly, financial, and stock reports, while reporting #COVID19 related activities. This will enable them to report operational data to the ES-NFI Cluster and OCHA more easily and consistently.📑📈

Find out more about the services that iMMAP provides to partners and how your organization can benefit, by visiting➡️:

iMMAP5 days ago
Understanding market systems, including value chains and supply chains, are vital to designing and implementing sustainable interventions. 👩‍💼🧑‍💼

In partnership with the Food Security Sector, iMMAP MENA published two studies that assess the functionality and issues plaguing a range of bakery and wheat-to-bread processing facilities across northwest and northeast Syria, respectively. 📑📊

The studies aim to provide engaged stakeholders with a better grasp of the market dynamics, status and conditions of the assessed facilities while providing possible solutions to alleviate the bottlenecks and inadequacies crippling these facilities.

To peruse the contents of these studies, please visit: and

#marketsystems #valuechains
iMMAP6 days ago
The significant distances to travel in order to access healthcare centers has a detrimental impact on the availability of nutrition services for the rural population across DRC. 🏨

According to the iMMAP COVID-19 situation analysis report for May 2021, in the Tanganyika province, 32% of individuals have a travel time of between 45 minutes to 2 hours to reach the health center, while only 20% of those surveyed had nutrition programs within walking distance. 🚶🚶‍♀️

Learn more about the impact of COVID-19 on malnutrition across #DRC ➡️:

Photo Credit: OCHA/Wassy Kambale, a boy at Nyunzu Hospital - Tanganyika, March 2021.
iMMAP1 week ago
According to the iMMAP May 2021 #COVID19 situational analysis report for Burkina Faso 🇧🇫, the country has initiated the long-awaited COVID-19 vaccination campaign. 💉😷

As the last country in west Africa to start implementing a nationwide campaign, it received 4,341,000 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine which will cover only 20% of the population. To cover the rest of the population, Burkina Faso needs to mobilize € 102.75 million to purchase sufficient doses.

Learn more about Burkina Faso´s vaccination campaign⬇️:

Photo Credit: N.H., receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, June 2021.


4 hours ago
In Bangladesh 🇧🇩, reduced humanitarian activities due to #COVID19 have led to high levels of food insecurity across camps.
Refugee households with children have resorted to negative coping strategies such as borrowing money and buying food on credit.🧒
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3 days ago
iMMAP in Nigeria🇳🇬has been supporting partners with #informationmanagement since 2016.

The services include IM support to humanitarian sectors, capacity strengthening as well as the humanitarian information and analysis unit. 🧑‍💼

👇Learn how iMMAP can support your IM needs.
4 days ago
iMMAP #Afghanistan delivered remote ReportHub ( training to the ES-NFI Cluster for 54 #humanitarian professionals, from July 5-6, 2021.👩‍💻🧑‍💻

✅The attendees will now be able to report operational data more consistently to the cluster and @OCHAAfg
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5 days ago
In partnership with the Food Security Sector, iMMAP MENA published two studies exploring bakery and wheat-to-bread processing facilities across Syria to provide an in-depth understanding of market dynamics and possible solutions to bottlenecks.📊📈

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6 days ago
Accessing health centers in rural DRC has a major impact on nutrition. In Tanganyika, 32% of individuals have a travel time between 45 min-2 hrs to reach a health center & only 20% of those surveyed had nutrition programs within walking distance.
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Headquarters Marseille office

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