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Building medical logistics capacity against the odds in South Sudan08 April 2021
Almost one year after the COVID-19 pandemic first reached South Sudan, its effects remain a critical challenge to humanitarian agencies delivering assistance. Logistics operations are notoriously challenging in a country affected by insecurity, poor road infrastructure and extreme rainy seasons...
First impressions as Head of Information Management
An interview with Magnus Bruun Rasmussen31 December 2020
In September 2020, Magnus became Head of the Information Management team in Rome. After four months in the job, we seized the New Year as an opportunity to interview him about his work and background. Can you tell us a bit about your background and how you came to take on this role with the...
“A prompt and effective emergency response cannot take place without preparedness ”
Meet Tokiniaina Rasolofomanana, Logistics Associate in charge of preparedness in Madagascar19 August 2019
4 women. Infinite stories.
Celebrating World Humanitarian Day 201916 August 2019
Finger on the Cluster pulse
What's on the minds of Logistics Cluster Coordinators?08 August 2019
Those who train together, respond together
Getting ready for gear.UP 201907 August 2019
Logistics in peak rainy season
How vital supplies reach the Central African Republic communities inaccessible by road06 August 2019
In the Field: Mozambique
A look back on teamwork & partnership05 August 2019
A story of collaboration
The Logistics Cluster in Zimbabwe22 July 2019
Logistics Cluster Cyclone Idai Response Video09 July 2019
The Logistics Cluster and LET partner for a Port Operations training in Turkey19 June 2019
« 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 Madagascar13 June 2019