Azerbaijan National Agency for Mine Action

Information management system for mine action 

General Survey666
Impact Survey643
Resurveyed SHAs395
Dangerous Area3589
Technical Survey573
Minefield Perimeter21347
Minefield Progress Report5543
Clearence perimeter6052
Clearence Progress Report3148
Records in IMSMA-ANAMA
(as of December 2019)

IMSMA provides:

- Improved ability to decision making
- Information policy related to mine actions
- Better information on the advancement of activities
- Consolidation of the data and estimation
- Standardized data format
- Excellent convenience and simplicity of use
- The appropriate tool for tasking and status of objects and processes
- Victim centered data collection
- MRE activity planning and reporting
- Analytical functionality in GIS

IMSMA contains information on Agency activities, collected in full accordance with operational SOPs and has an ability to meet other information needs of mine action management. IMSMA reflects corresponding information on the maps through the GIS functionality. IMSMA has been developed by GICHD (Geneva International Center for Humanitarian Demining) as the software based data management tool for use in Mine Action Center (MAC) level that improves capabilities for decision-making, coordination and information policy related to humanitarian mine action. New reports allowed counting of the contribution of various clearance methods (Manual clearance, Mine Detecting Dogs and Mechanical Demining Machines support, UXO clearance), thoroughly follow-up disposal of explosive devices, and either in-situ or in demolition area. Technical Survey, Progress, Clearance and Completion Reports have been reworked as well to reflect all the features of current operations. The Dangerous Area Report has been used to develop Single UXO Report.       

The quality of data gathered is being ensured through regular and systematic checks within the set of the management controls at each stage of reporting.

It allowed eradicating root causes of non-performances, answers the question how the information processes met the ANAMA requirements, analyze personnel qualification and training needs within the information quality assurance system measured and built on facts.