Syria remains a complex humanitarian situation, with 6.2 million internally displaced persons (IDPs), and 11.7 million people in need of humanitarian assistance, according to the 2019 Humanitarian Needs Overview.

iMMAP has been assisting humanitarian actors responding to the Syria crisis since 2011, focusing on providing critical information management support, including research and analysis, to coordination actors and operational partners. Such assistance contributes to enhancing the Whole-of-Syria approach, leading to better identification of the needs and gaps in humanitarian assistance.


Information Management Resource Center
Funded by United States Agency for International Development and the Swiss Development Cooperation and in partnership with OCHA, the IMRC was launched to support the Whole of Syria structure with information management, coordination and capacity building services. Specifically, IMRC aims to enhance information management and reporting capacity of Syrian and international NGOs responding to the Syria crisis through the provision of change management and common services, coordination support, capacity building and an internship program.
Population Monitoring Initiative (PMI)
The goal of this project is to improve the protection of the most vulnerable in southern Syria by providing operational updates on population, specifically IDP movements, sub-regional profiling, and contextualizing refugee returns through the lens of humanitarian conditions related to protection across approximately 100 villages in southern Syria.
Urban Analysis Network Syria (UrbAN-S)
The Urban Analysis Network Syria (UrbAN-S) builds on three years of work analyzing urban areas in Syria, with the objective of contributing to holistic urban information and analysis for better planning, targeting and monitoring of interventions.

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