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New MIMU 3W - February 2018 Country Overview - Myanmar
The" Who does What Where"-Database, short 3W, is a instrument for the realization of humanity and develoment programs to assist the co-ordination, plan and efficiently use of natural and cultural assets. The 3W in Myanmar is produced by the Myanmar Information Management Unit every six month on the basis of voluntary reporting from supporting organisations (WHO), WHAT, WHERE, WHERE and beneficiaries, whether IDP focussed or concentrated on other endangered groups.
3W provides information on different levels: - The organisations are structured by organisation - UN, international and national NGOs, Community-based organisations, frontier organisations (BBOs), Red Cross organisations and donors and embassies which carry out direct missions. - WO ) The situation of the state, township, village tract and village/camp activity.
MIMU 3W covers community scale project (online cartography, datafiles ), community scale (sector and subsector statistical charts, community dashboard) and community scale (township implementations and support, statistical charts and charts at community level). You can find all these on the MIMU website at http://www.themimu.info/3w-maps-andreports.
Myanmar 3W uses place coding (Pcodes) - or unambiguous place designations - to mix and match information from multiple wells. Feb'18 3W is built on the MIMU P-Code Released September 2017 (version VIII. i), which provides one-of-a-kind P-codes and default translation of British settlement titles across the nation as well as IDP camps/sites in Rakhine, Kachin and Shan (North).
- WAS Activity is presented at the level of sectors and subsectors. Section/subsector breakdowns have been determined by the sector/cluster working groups or, if there is no such group, through consultation with groups of persons working in the respective area. MIMU 3W also determines whether the MIMU 3W study is scheduled, running, abandoned (indicating prolonged abandonment for various reasons) or over.
It should be noted that the MIMU 3W mirrors the dissemination of the work of the MIMUs. Feb'18 3W will be available as various information products: 2 ) The MIMU' s own development tools reflect the MIMU' s development aid activity (i.e. at or through the Government of Myanmar) by project agent, industry and township site. http://www.themimu. info/3w-db-tech-assist The MIMU incorporates information provided by the Mohinga Aid Information Management System on TA, which is provided by a larger number of development partners.
3 ) Online Interactive 3W - a utility created by the MIMU staff to allow searching by sector/sub-sector, township, village tract and village. 4 ) Statistical (prepared) maps and spreadsheets - can be download from the MIMU website and are also distributed on DVD for people with restricted use.
Principal product lines are: township and village tract cover, detailed village tract product lines for certain geographical areas, as well as the dry zone, southeast and certain states/regions with higher level agencies. 5 ) Extra detail - extra information about finished and scheduled actions can be taken from the MIMU 3W data files and visualized by the MIMU in different ways if desired.
6 ) 3W Analytical Overview - the MIMU staff provides a range of overview of specific areas of the land, including an analytical review of the latest 3W results versus previous 3Ws. Feb'18 3W provides a momentary picture of the 28 February 2018 period of actively carrying out the projects in communities and displaced persons centres across Myanmar, as reports from the executive organisations.
For information on scheduled and recently finished jobs, see the 3W Data, which is available as an Excel spreadsheet and can also be viewed on the 3W Dashboards. In this 3W round, the 583 agents listed in the MIMU contact list received personal inquiries, of which 219 (38%) answered.
We have had a very good feedback from previous contributors and non-respondents were usually NGDOs who have never made contributions in the past. On the basis of their entries, 120,453 data sets were refreshed in the MIMU 3W data base. The overview includes results at village and camp levels (i.e. activity for all recipients of intervention by the Agencys - internally and non-distributed persons).
WHO: 219 consultancies have provided information to this 3W round - 19 fewer organisations have covered in the last 6M. - NGOs, the most important converters at country and country levels, accounted for 84% of the 3W input (99 INGOs, 50 NGOs and 34 BBOs). - The MIMU continues to search for information about the South East Regional activity, with contributions from 34 Border-based Organisations (BBO).
- 3 contributors provided 3W input to directly implementing the project and information on how to provide support from another 15 development partners was added from the Mohinga Aid Information Management System website. The very high quality of coverage is unparalleled in the world and will benefit the many organisations that regularly provide in-depth information on their work.
MIMU provides a wide range of utilities and optical and analytical instruments to make information in 3D more easily available, as well as trainings to assist input. Eleven agents (13 participants) used the five Yangon based helpdesk meetings. Donators have also advertised the use of the 3D and P codes as duplicating limitation tool, while the Village Tract product releases last year have made the 3D even more useful to the contributors.
What: This 3W comprises 22 domains and 154 subsectors as per the definitions of the domain working groups. - The largest number of health care and conflict prevention/conflict prevention/ peace promotion organisations (40% each), followed by agriculture (34%), protection (27%), livelihood security (26%), WASH (25%), governance (24%), training (22%), DRR (14%), food (12%) and environment (11%) are still the most important of them.
- The sectors with the smallest number of activated sectors were Responsible Tourism (1%), Coordination, CCCM and Non-Food Items (3% each), Accommodation and Social Protection (5% each) and Mine Action (6%). The United Nations organisations involved in this round were mainly involved in health, governance and protection. Activity was registered in 71% (9,818) of the 13,784 Village Tracts across the state.
For further information see MIMU Pcode VIII. i Released at http://themimu.info/place-codes). The MIMU 3W uses 330 cities and 26 cities within the Wa and Kokang SelfAdministered Zones (6 TS in Wa and 2 TS in Kokang).
- Village Tract 3W charts cover agencies, sectors and subsectors. It should be noted that there are large differences in the sizes of the village wings and that the projects can concentrate on relatively small areas of a village wing.