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The UN Crisis Information Management Strategy (CiMS) is based on the recognition that governments, the UN, IFIs, non-governmental organisations, business and media have significant experience in crisis response. Yet, no single agency, department or actor has the capacity or sole mandate to address these crises. This makes it vital that everyone involved in disaster prevention and response harmonise the use tools and systems to produce, disseminate and archive information in a manner that can be scaled up or rapidly focused to deal with any type of crisis.

The CiM strategy will help all actors, including the UN’s member states and agencies, to deal with all stages of a crisis lifecycle more efficiently and effectively.

Key events and output: 2016

Key events and output: 2015

Key events and output: 2014

Key events and output: 2013

Key events and output: 2012

Key events and output: 2011

Key events and output: 2010

Key events and output: 2009

Key events and output: 2008

Key events and output: 2007