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Year of Publication: 01/10/2018

Publisher: USAID

The Human Resources for Supply Chain Management Theory of Change (HR4SCM ToC) provides a useful basis for strategic planning, by providing a foundation for developing strategies to manage the quantity, type, and capacity of human resources required to operate health supply chains. The HR4SCM TOC analyses the conditions needed to ensure that workers at every level are performing optimally, in or ...

 


Year of Publication: 01/10/2021

In October 2021 the Logistics Team at the British Red Cross launched the British Red Cross International Logistics Manual. Many years in the making, the manual is a fantastic resource packed full of useful information, guidance, tools and templates. The manual provides detailed coverage of topics including procurement, warehousing, transport, fleet and assets, serving as an essential tool for logi ...

Nathan Kunz & Gerald Reiner (Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management. 6(3):329-351)


Response to catastrophic disasters often requires external assistance from international relief organizations. Literature and empirical evidence show that governments do not always welcome this assistance. Based on a multiple case study conducted among four relief organiza ...

 


An estimated 201 million people in 134 countries needed international humanitarianassistance in 2017, a fifth of whom were in just three countries – Syria, Yemen and Turkey.A small number of complex crises continue to absorb the majority of humanitarianassistance – 60% of all assistance was channelled to 10 countries only, with 14% goingto Syria, the largest recipient, and 8% to Yemen, the sec ...

• Is the world’s most comprehensive, authoritative andevidence-based assessment of humanitarian needs;• Is based on detailed analysis of wide-ranging datafrom many different sources, and face-to-face interviews with hundreds of thousands of people directlyaffected by humanitarian crises across the globe;• Sets out detailed, prioritised, costed plans for meetingthe needs of affected people, ...

A plethora of untapped resources exist within disaster-affected communities that can be used to address relief and development concerns. A systematic review of the literature relating to community participation in humanitarian logistics activities revealed that communities are able to form ad hoc networks that have the ability to meet a wide ra ...

This article conceptually and empirically examines sourcing of food aid, comparing the approaches promoted by the United States with those of the United Nations (UN) and the European Union (EU). In the ...

Since the 1950s, the number of natural and man-made disasters has increased exponentially and the facility location problem has become the preferred approach for d ...

This article discusses the evolution of community-managed projects (CMPs) along with the global community-based management of water supply and sanitation services since the 1960s, particularly the evolution of Ethiopian water resources development in the last century. The study was conducted with intensive reviews of journals, reports, project doc ...

This report presents the results of the Evaluation of Humanitarian Logistics within EU CivilProtection and Humanitarian Action, 2013–17. The scope of the evaluation covers DG ECHOinvestments in humanitarian air services, in initiatives to improve systems for humanitarianlogistics, and funding to the logistics elements of DG ECHO projects. The evaluation took a broaddefinition of logistics, in li ...