Since 2011, iMMAP Jordan has been supporting the information management needs of humanitarian actors responding to the crisis in Syria. Based in Amman, iMMAP Jordan has been supporting coordination mechanisms and crucial information management processes across a range of sectors and within thematic areas such as food security and livelihoods, agriculture, markets and value chains, population movement, urban profiling, and health. In addition to providing critical support to information value chains, iMMAP Jordan provides capacity development assistance to strengthen existing information management skills to enhance data quality and data sharing.
- iMMAP’s long-standing support to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has contributed to better information management processes and coordination of joint assessments such as the Humanitarian Needs Overview, involving over 350 organizations.
- Since May 2017, iMMAP has trained 1,131 humanitarian actors in information management and continues to contribute to enhancing data quality for evidence-based decision making.