Referral Information Management System

Improving access to services through efficient and accountable referral pathways

About RIMS

What is RIMS?

RIMS is a platform that assists humanitarian actors providing services across all sectors of the response in sending, receiving and tracking their referrals, to ensure effective and accountable referral pathways and strengthen access to multi-sector services for vulnerable populations.

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Accountability

Increased accountability to donors, beneficiaries and organizations

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Response

Timely service provision & targeted response to beneficiaries’ needs

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Efficiency

Regular reports & recommendations to improve referrals’ efficiency

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Coordination

Enhanced cross-sector coordination of services

RIMS at a Glance

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  • 00:35   How RIMS Works
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Connecting vulnerable communities with the service that they need

 
55,196
referrals
 
20,626  
Accepted/Successfully Closed
110
RIMS Partners

RIMS is made possible thanks to generous funding from

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Latest Reports

RIMS Q2 2022 Snapshot Report

25-08-2022

The RIMS snapshot summarizes key data of referrals conducted through the Referral Information Management Systems (RIMS) in Lebanon. This snapshot is designed to complement the RIMS’ analytical reports, which contain in-depth analysis of effectiveness and accountability in referral pathways. This series of snapshot is produced every 3 months and covers the last 3 months’ period. RIMS SNAPSHOT Q2 2022

RIMS Q1 2022 Snapshot Report

29-06-2022

The RIMS snapshot summarizes key data of referrals conducted through the Referral Information Management Systems (RIMS) in Lebanon. This snapshot is designed to complement the RIMS’ analytical reports, which contain in-depth analysis of effectiveness and accountability in referral pathways. This series of snapshot is produced every 3 months and covers the last 3 months’ period (NB. This snapshot will cover exceptionally 4 months, starting December 2021 to End of March 2022).

WOMEN’S BARRIERS TO ACCESS HUMANITARIAN SERVICES.

14-12-2021

This report explores the barriers women and girls in Lebanon face to access humanitarian services linked to their gender, from the perspective of both humanitarian service providers and communities in need of services. The report provides evidence-based recommendations to adapt and strengthen the engagement of humanitarian service providers with women and girls with the ultimate aim of ensuring that programs are gender-sensitive, and find innovative ways to reach women and girls and, when possible, circumvent the gendered barriers so that women and girls can benefit from humanitarian assistance.