With more than 88 million (UN 2016) people in need, and 60-80% of humanitarian expenditure tied up in supply chains,
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There is more to any Humanitarian disaster than an immediate RESPONSE. It is not earthquakes that kill people – it
Cynics may claim that traditional corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives were about throwing money at a problem and being rewarded
Like the private sector, many not-for-profit organizations are involved in supply chain logistics, aiming to get needed products to their
I guess that it will be clear how important the public sector is for health logistics in developing countries. But