Logistics in peak rainy season
How vital supplies reach the Central African Republic communities inaccessible by road06 August 2019
It’s the peak of the rainy season in the Central African Republic (CAR). The downpours are heavy, the foliage is a thick lovely green, but the earth roads are muddy and mostly impassable. It is good news for rain-fed agriculture but a real challenge for humanitarian organisations trying to...
In the field: Central African Republic
10 Minutes with Régis Parguez, PUI Warehouse Manager in Bangui10 June 2019
In Central African Republic (CAR), humanitarians are faced with a multitude of complex and unique logistics constraints. Working together is critical to ensure an effective and efficient response.In the country’s capital Bangui the Logistics Cluster, which has been active in the country since 2013...
From intern to working on one of the world’s most complex humanitarian crises
Meet Peter Liddiard, Logistics Cluster IM Officer in Central African Republic.09 May 2019
Handicap International and the common road transport challenge in CAR: three questions to Andrea Trevisan, Head of HI in Bangui 08 February 2018
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Scaling up the air response to access hot spots in CAR 29 September 2017
Désenclaver Zemio : les défis de l’acheminement aérien 17 August 2017
Action Commune pour répondre à la crise de Bria 13 June 2017
Plate-forme logistique de Bambari, la communauté humanitaire en RCA est prête à répondre 01 March 2017