Country Logistics Resilience Indicators
Organisations today face a multitude of operational and environmental risks that can result in supply chain disruptions, as highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Building resilient supply chains is key to ensure the availability of life-saving commodities and begins with understanding the operating environment and the contextual factors that make them susceptible to disruptions.
We use a combination of 26 indicators across five dimensions to help our partners identify context-specific vulnerabilities that could expose their supply networks. Explore the dataset through the interactive dashboards below or click here for more information on how to use the tool.
This tool was originally developed in 2017 by WFP and supported by Kühne Logistics University as part of the DFID-funded ‘Ready to Respond’ initiative with the objective to improve supply chain resilience and disaster preparedness. The tool consists of two components: the indicator tool shown here, which was originally Excel-based, and a System Dynamics model that allows quantifying bottlenecks, identifying gaps and prioritising investments for specific supply chains.
HELP Logistics designed a holistic approach that uses both tools to guide our partners through the transformation of their supply chains for better resilience, efficiency and sustainability.
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