Source Logistics Cluster
Countries Lebanon
Document type Other
Publication date 05/09/2006

Action Points

  1. All humanitarian actors requiring cargo movement should use the Cargo Movement Request form and send to UNJLC at
  2. All humanitarian actors are invited to share information on their relief cargo pipeline.
  3. Any feedback/follow up on cargo movements can be addressed directly through UNJLC.

Operational Update & Cargo Movement

  • The following commercial trucks without convoy escorts will proceed:

    Friday, 1 September
    Beirut to Yaroun - Cargo - Land: (departed yesterday) 2 trucks for UNICEF (water)
    Beirut to Markaba, Ayta El Chaab, Bent Jbail - Cargo - Land:  2 trucks for UNICEF
    Tyre to Chaaitiye - Cargo - Land: 1 truck for WFP
    Tyre to Hanniye - Cargo - Land: 1 truck for WFP
    Tyre to Aytaroun - Cargo - Land: 1 truck for UNICEF (water)

    Saturday, 2 September

    Beirut to Tyre - Cargo - Land: 1 truck for WHO

Ship Movement

  • The following are the movements of the WFP-contracted vessels:

    Friday, 1 September
    Roro vessel, Anamcara, arrived in Beirut on 01.09, with supplies from various UN agencies and NGOs, including 16 containers for CRS.
    WFP Passenger Vessel, Vittoria M, arrived at Beirut Port on 01.09. The last day of operation will be on Monday, 04.09.

    Other Non-UN/Lebanese Government vessels where WFP facilitated the notification process
    MV Quality Spirit is expected to arrive from Beirut Port on 01.09
    MV Rhone is expected to arrive from Beirut Port on 01.09
    MV Simona was delayed and is expected to arrive with relief supplies in Beirut on 02.09