MINUSMA is an peace keeping operation mission of UN.
It intervenes to stabilize the security situation in the majors cities, contribute to the restoration of State authority throughout the country, promote and protect human rights, protect civilian, support humanitarian actions...
The MIT GOV/LAB is a research group of political scientists focusing on innovation in citizen engagement and government responsiveness. We collaborate with social enterprises, funders, and governments on research that builds and tests theories about how innovative programs and technologies can make governments more accountable to citizens. In each of our projects, we aim to provide operationally useful information to practitioners as well as to contribute to theoretical knowledge.
The Moving Energy Initiative (MEI) is an international partnership working to improve access to safe and reliable energy for refugees.
Energy is needed for cooking and lighting as well as for heating and cooling homes, communities, clinics and schools. Energy is also required for enterprise, communication and mobility. Yet for most refugees energy is expensive, dirty and dangerous.
MEI shares insightful and policy-relevant research, encouraging learning from innovative on-the-ground projects and investing in partner organizations that provide sustainable solutions.
The Myanmar Information Management Unit / MIMU is a service to the UN Country Team and Humanitarian Country Team, under the management of the UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator. Its purpose is to improve the capacity for analysis and decision making by a wide variety of stakeholders - including the United Nations, the Humanitarian Country Team, non-governmental organizations, donors and other actors, both inside and outside of Myanmar, through strengthening the coordination, collection, processing, analysis and dissemination of information.
The National Digital Strategy Unit at the Office of the President of Mexico, is an innovation team leading the federal open data initiative. One of its key projects is the use of data and technology for resilience and disaster management.
The Latin American Observatory of Sustainable Development (OLDS) is a social initiative of a group of citizens of Latin America and the Caribbean, with the aim of generating a deliberative space that generates knowledge and theoretical and argumentative contributions for the discussion on the future of the planet and the construction of a new socioeconomic system that allows sustainable development for all human beings in harmony with the environment and with inter generational responsibility.
The Observatory of Conflict and Violence Prevention ( OCVP) was established in 2009 as a non-political, non-denominational and non-governmental organization with the goal of organizing and supporting initiatives that promote peacebuilding, security, safety and sustainable development across all regions of Somalia. Employing proven scientific methods to collect, catalogue and analyse data on conflict, violence, crime and other issues of importance to peace, security and stability of the region.
OCHA resumed its operation in Afghanistan in 2009, providing humanitarian assistance in a complex environment where separate – and not always complementary – military, political and security objectives pose challenges to the implementation of humanitarian principles, the ability of responders to reach people in need and the safety and security of aid workers
OCHA is the part of the United Nations responsible for bringing together humanitarian actors to ensure a coherent response to emergencies. OCHA ensures there is a framework within which each actor can contribute to the overall response effort.
OCHA coordinates effective and principled humanitarian action, advocates the rights of people in need, promotes preparedness and prevention and facilitates sustainable solutions. OCHA delivers its mandate through five core functions.