“ A prompt and effective emergency response cannot take place without preparedness ”
Meet Tokiniaina Rasolofomanana, Logistics Associate in charge of preparedness in Madagascar
19 August 2019
Tokiniaina is a Logistics Associate with WFP in Madagascar, a country that experiences about $100 million of annual losses from natural disasters such as cyclones, floods and earthquakes. For him, preparedness isn’t just a component of the humanitarian response cycle – it’s at the heart of it....
« Une réponse d’urgence prompte et efficace ne peut avoir lieu sans préparation »
Rencontrez Tokiniaina Rasolofomanana, associé logistique responsable de la préparation aux urgences à Madagascar
13 June 2019
Tokiniaina est associé logistique du PAM à Madagascar, pays qui fait face à des pertes annuelles d’environ 100 millions USD liées aux catastrophes naturelles telles que les cyclones, les inondations et les tremblements de terre. Pour Tokiniaina, la préparation aux urgences est véritablement au cœur...
“Among all the trainings I have attended throughout my career, this is the first time that a simulation is this close to reality.”
The first ever Logistics Response Team (LRT) Training conducted in French held in Madagascar
12 June 2019
Participants at the LRT training in Madagascar
Locally-led, locally-driven
Rolling out logistics preparedness workshops across five of Madagascar’s most high-risk regions
05 December 2018
‘The cyclones are becoming stronger and more devastating’
Logistics preparedness in Madagascar
23 November 2018
Identify. Define. Implement: building a logistics action plan
An update from the Madagascar Preparedness Project
27 September 2018
5 things you didn't know about...the Preparedness Project
Did you know? Studies show supply chain costs make up 60-80% of humanitarian response.
08 August 2018
The Preparedness Project: an update from Madagascar
We sit down with Christian once again to hear about the latest updates from Madagascar’s preparedness project
06 July 2018