Years of Experience


Offices Worldwide

Current iMMAP Operations

Global Humanitarian Response

  • USA HQ Washington
  • France HQ Marseille
  • Switzerland Geneva
  • Afghanistan Kabul
  • Bangladesh Cox's Bazar
  • Burkina Faso Ouagadougou
  • Colombia Bogota
  • DRC Goma/Beni
  • Ethiopia Addis Ababa
  • Iraq Erbil/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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iMMAP2 days ago
iMMAP, together with the Health Sector led by the Pan American Health Organization and the Ministry of Health, presents an overview of the spread of COVID-19 and the evolution of cases among migrant populations.

The current humanitarian crisis generated by the COVID-19 has exacerbated the Venezuelan migrant and refugee population's vulnerability. Information products like this one below help organizations implement an adequate response to the current health crisis.

iMMAP, junto con el Sector de Salud liderado por la Organización Panamericana de la Salud y el Ministerio de Salud, presenta una visión general de la difusión de COVID-19 y la evolución de los casos entre las poblaciones migrantes.

La actual crisis humanitaria generada por el COVID-19 ha exacerbado la vulnerabilidad de la población migrante y refugiada venezolana. Los productos de información como el que se presenta a continuación ayudan a las organizaciones a dar una respuesta adecuada a la actual crisis sanitaria.
iMMAP2 days ago
iMMAP Nigeria rounded up its annual 3-day Technical Review Workshop today, Friday the 18th of September 2020. Since November 2016, iMMAP has been deploying information management officers (IMOs) to provide technical support to humanitarian sectors’ response to the crisis in northeast Nigeria.

Each IMO made presentations on the support they have been providing to their respective sectors, and enlightened attendees on their sectoral accomplishments and the challenges they have witnessed during the review period of October 2019 to September 2020.

The review workshop wrapped up on day three with interactive analysis group sessions led by an M&E consulting team. The information gathered during the exercise will shape iMMAP Nigeria’s operational and programming priority areas moving forward.

#informationmanagement #northeastNigeria
iMMAP2 days ago
As part of its disaster risk reduction (DRR) capacity strengthening program in Afghanistan, iMMAP has completed five days of training, from September 13 – 17, on geographic information systems (GIS) for 16 members of staff from the Afghanistan National Disaster Management Authority (دفتر وزیر دولت در امور رسیدگی به حوادث, ANDMA).

The primary purpose of the training was to enhance the knowledge and skills of the IM/GIS Assistants, seconded from iMMAP to ANDMA, in ArcMap, QGIS, and Google Earth Pro, so that they can map, identify, and analyze areas at risk of natural hazards. This will support ANDMA to plan, prepare, and respond to the numerous natural hazards that occur in the country every year and result in the loss of lives, livelihoods, and property.

The training was a success and ANDMA’s senior management expressed their great satisfaction in iMMAP’s services. iMMAP thanks ANDMA for their confidence in iMMAP to provide this specialized technical support and USAID Afghanistan for funding iMMAP to do so.

#Afghanistan #InformationManagement #DRR
iMMAP3 days ago
In collaboration with the Syria Food and Security Livelihoods Cluster, iMMAP MENA conducted an assessment in May 2020 on the wheat-to-bread processing facilities in Northwest Syria, which culminated in a 15-page report.

This report covers several areas, including ownership and management of bread processing facilities, availability of bread, flour and fuel, impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on bread programs, and bakery access and sources of flour and fuel.

#foodsecurity #syrianfoodsecurity

To read the full report, please visit:
iMMAP1 week ago
Over 860,000 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) live in areas across Iraq that suffer regular attacks by ISIS and other militia groups. According to data collected by iMMAP, 96 deaths and 102 injuries occurred during August 2020 as a result of 365 explosive hazard incidents (EHIs) across these regions.

iMMAP Iraq’s Risk Mitigation Information Management Center (RMIMC), funded by the Iraq Humanitarian Fund, has developed a GIS web application that provides humanitarian actors operating in the ISIS-affected regions with access to EHI information. The application provides a monthly summary of EHIs and the geolocation of incidents, highlights risk levels on primary and secondary roads near IDPs locations to facilitate safe access for humanitarian actors.

The web application is freely accessible at

#HumanitarianAccess #BetterDataBetterResults

2 days ago
iMMAP Nigeria rounded up its annual 3-day Technical Review Workshop today. Since November 2016, iMMAP has been deploying IM experts to provide technical support to humanitarian sectors’ response to the crisis in northeast Nigeria.

#informationmanagement #northeastNigeria
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2 days ago
As part of its #DRR capacity strengthening program in #Afghanistan 🇦🇫, iMMAP recently completed five days of #GIS training 🧑‍💻 for 16 members of staff from ANDMA.

iMMAP thanks @USAIDAfghan for funding iMMAP to provide this specialized technical support.

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3 days ago
To have a better understanding of school locations and the factors that influence the equality of opportunities for children; iMMAP and @UNICEFColombia, are developing a technical and financial cooperation project to collect, process and analyze data iMMAP_org photo
3 days ago
In collaboration with the Syria Food and Security Livelihoods Cluster, iMMAP MENA produced a follow-up report that touches on the status-quo of wheat-to-bread processing facilities in Northwest Syria.

Full report:

#foodsecurity #syrianfoodsecurity
6 days ago
Over 860,000 IDPs live in conflict-affected regions in Iraq. According to our data, 365 explosive hazard incidents(EHI) occurred in August killing 96 and injuring 102.
iMMAP developed a GIS platform showing EHIs to ensure safe access for humanitarian actors to these regions.
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