Updated on April 9, 2024


Created on July 3, 2017

Myanmar Information Management Unit (MIMU)

The Myanmar Information Management Unit (MIMU) is a data management tool/database.

Developed By
  1. MIMU
  2. UNDP
Tested By
  • Foundation for Local Development
  • Phoenix Association
  • The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)
  • United Nations (UN)
Content Partners


Product Description

MIMU is a data platform that aggregates information to provide management services for data analysis and decision making. Its goal is to support organizations working in the development and humanitarian sectors in Myanmar. The information cross-cuts multiple application domains and it is freely accessible in the form of maps, databases and other tools.

Target SDGs

SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

Target Users (Target Impact Group)

Public Sector Agencies, NGOs

Distributors / Implementing Organizations

Myanmar Information Management Unit (MIMU)

Manufacturing/Building Method

Software development

Intellectural Property Type


User Provision Model

MIMU publishes the datasets on their website. Additional datasets or maps can be requested. For organizations to participate in the 3W program this data entry form needs to be filled.

Distributions to Date Status

Activities were reported in 71% (9,818) of the 13,784 Village Tracts across the country.

Design Specifications

MIMU is a information management service that attempts to collect and publish data sets relevant to researchers and practitioners working on development projects in Myanmar. They collect data sets from partner organizations and government projects to attempt to publish data sets, reports, and GIS data that enables insights into the broader development landscape in Myanmar.

Product Schematics

Technical Support

Contact information is available.

Replacement Components




Manufacturer Specified Performance Parameters

To collect and provide applicable data to policy and decision makers to enable them to collaborate and provide more impact for development projects in Myanmar.

Vetted Performance Status

Provide detailed reports on development activities in Myanmar.



Complementary Technical Systems


Academic Research and References

Dickson, B., Graves, P., Aye, N., Wai, T., 2018, The prevalence of lymphatic filariasis infection and disease following six rounds of mass drug administration in Mandalay Region, Myanmar

Bacquart, T., Frisbie, S., Mitchell, E., Grigg, L., Cole, C., Small, C., Sarkar, B., Multiple inorganic toxic substances contaminating the groundwater of Myingyan Township, Myanmar: Arsenic, manganese, fluoride, iron, and uranium, Science of The Total Environment, Volume 517

Compliance with regulations

Terms and conditions ca be consulted.

Evaluation methods

Field trials

Other Information


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