“ 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....
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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...
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67 humanitarian logisticians, 52 organisations, one event.19 January 2018