HELP Logistics believes in investing in human resource capacity building as it plays a vital role in an organisation, and the power of capacity building gives the organisation a great return in investment.
Responding to the need for pharma supply chain training in a pandemic requires agility, resources and commitment. Online learning is accelerating and providing opportunities for practitioners to connect.
More than 150 participants from the humanitarian, public, private sectors and academia came together during IMPACT week in Amman hosted by HELP Logistics, Lufthansa and the German Jordanian University.
HELP Logistics and Thammasat University in Thailand have extended their current partnership focusing on enhancing humanitarian logistics capacity whilst also strengthening the humanitarian network around South East Asia and the Pacific.
How are physical and digital infrastructures changing African Supply Networks? What opportunities and challenges do these present for supply actors? How can supply network challenges for food security, health responses and sustainability engage?
HELP Logistics Asia recently dedicated 4 days as special facilitators to provide lectures on Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management to students of the School of Engineering, Republic Polytechnic in Singapore.
HELP Logistics delivered the Pharma and Health Supply Chain Training (PSM) to World Food Programme (WFP) logistics experts from East Africa. A critical element of the PSM focuses on emergency logistics preparedness and response during disease outbreaks, such as COVID-19.
HELP Logistics contributed to the UN OCHA IMPACCT technical working group session entitled "Bureaucratic Impediments of Importation of Relief Goods during Complex Emergencies" at the 6th Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Week (HNPW).
HELP Logistics partnered with International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) on behalf of the Government of Kenya; to work with vulnerable farmers and supply chain actors to design a livestock commercialisation project for small-holder farmer livelihood improvement.
In a first joint-project both organisations are supporting the Government of Myanmar to develop a post graduate certification programme in Health Supply Chain Management designed to meet the academic needs of the University of Public Health.