UNIRP IMS

Disarmament Demobilization and Rehabilitation Information Management System (DDR-IMS) is an improved version of the commonly used DREAM database system tailored to the specific needs of the Nepal rehabilitation programme. It makes information management more intuitive and responsive to emerging needs in DDR interventions. It's an online system which is accessible with strong data security policy and measures through internet and intranet structures. The DDR-IMS contains personal information of the Maoist army and their arms and ammunition collected during the UN led registration and verification process. It also includes information on the various stages and components of the rehabilitation support to 4008 Verified Minors and Late Recruits.

Project Overview

Duration:
June 2010 to 31 July 2013

Location:
All five development regions (in Kathmandu, Bharatpur, Biratnagar, Nepalgunj, Dhangadi)

Budget committed and contributed:
$12.55 million

Implemented by:
UNDP, UNICEF, UNFPA and ILO

Donors and implementing partners (amounts committed so far):
UNDP ($8.14m), UNICEF ($3.06m), UNFPA ($0.34m), (BCPR $0.69m), ILO ($0.32m)
Norway and DFID are the lead donors, funds channelled through the UNPFN.

Other partners:
Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction, NGOs, semi-government training institutes and the private sector

For more information:

Peace Building and Recovery Unit (PBRU)
1st floor, KSK Building (Opposite UN House)
Pulchowk, Lalitpur, Nepal
Tel: 977-01-5523200