Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management: Volume 10 Issue 3


Operations and Logistics Management

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A robust bi-objective location-routing model for providing emergency medical services

Hesam Adarang, Ali Bozorgi-Amiri, Kaveh Khalili-Damghani, Reza Tavakkoli-Moghaddam

This paper addresses a location-routing problem (LRP) under uncertainty for providing emergency medical services (EMS) during disasters, which is formulated using a robust…

Understanding readiness metrics for the humanitarian operations through literature review

Aruna Apte

The purpose of this research is to understand whether an organization knows if it is ready to respond to a disaster and whether it has the capabilities to deliver relief…

Application of fuzzy DEMATEL–ANP methods for siting refugee camps

Jana Abikova

The aim of this paper was to investigate the criteria and sub-criteria with the most impact on determining a suitable location for refugee camps. This paper also analysed…

Healthcare commodities for emergencies in Africa: review of logistics models, suggested model and research agenda

Seye Babatunde, Richard Oloruntoba, Kingsley Agho

Enormous numbers of people suffer from the effects of disasters and humanitarian crises in Africa, including medical and healthcare emergencies. International response to…

Case study design for short-term predictable disasters

Emilia Grass, Kathrin Fischer

The purpose of this work is the development of a structured case study design process for developing case studies in humanitarian logistics, in particular for short-term…

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