“ A prompt and effective emergency response cannot take place without preparedness ”
Meet Tokiniaina Rasolofomanana, Logistics Associate in charge of preparedness in Madagascar19 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....
4 women. Infinite stories.
Celebrating World Humanitarian Day 201916 August 2019
Did you know that around the globe, women humanitarians make up over 40 percent of humanitarian workers worldwide? Across every sector, every operation, and every profession, women humanitarians are critical in emergency response.This week, we celebrate them. In the lead up to this year’s...
New season, new challenges
Navigating South Sudan’s dry and rainy seasons in the era of climate change03 December 2018
Celebrating World Children's Day 2018!30 November 2018
Logistics Response Team Training: Erbil edition
51 humanitarian actors gather in Iraq for the large-scale training event29 November 2018
Responding in Sulawesi
Insights from WFP Logistics Officer, Ikhsanuddin27 November 2018
‘The cyclones are becoming stronger and more devastating’
Logistics preparedness in Madagascar23 November 2018
‘A community of responders’
Strengthening logistics preparedness in Polynesia23 November 2018
On the road to Rukban Camp
Inter-agency convoy brings much-need relief to South-East Syria09 November 2018
‘It fuels your curiosity in the world'
10 minutes with Logistics Cluster Information Management Officer, Lila Ricart.08 October 2018
Pandemic preparedness in the midst of an emergency response
How the Logistics Cluster in South Sudan is working to prevent the spread of the Ebola Virus05 October 2018
‘It is 24-7, go-go-go’
Logistics Cluster and ETC come together for the 2018 gear.UP training05 October 2018