Transhipment: a lifeline for millions in Syria
Key officials visit Logistics Cluster hubs in Turkey13 March 2020
In Syria, more than 960,000 people have been internally displaced since 1 December 2019. That’s more than 10,000 people every single day, joining millions of others across the country, who are in need of life’s basic items: food, water, healthcare, shelter.In Reyhanli and Kilis, two towns on the...
A celebration of women working in humanitarian logistics08 March 2020
This year’s theme for International Women’s Day is I am Generation Equality: Realizing Women’s Rights. Marking 25 years since the development of the most progressive roadmap for the empowerment of women and girls - the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action - the day calls on all of us to...
‘You have to live and breathe it. You have to believe in it’
Logistician Jenna Lusaka is bringing her skills to some of the Pacific’s most remote communities27 June 2018
Good intentions, unintended consequences: how to help when disasters strike the Pacific 21 June 2018
Ten years, ten cyclones and a wealth of knowledge: A talk with Christian Razafimahatratra on emergency response and preparedness in Madagascar. 04 June 2018
Renovating the airstrip in Ulang, South Sudan 04 May 2018
VOS Apollo and VOS Theia: The Maritime Lifelines Flowing Through the Waters of the Gulf of Aden.
An interview with Lionel Schenal, Logistics Officer in charge of sea operations for Yemen26 April 2018
Preparing for the monsoon season 19 April 2018