Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management: Volume 2 Issue 1


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Agile and lean principles in the humanitarian supply chain: The case of the United Nations World Food Programme

Alessandra Cozzolino, Silvia Rossi, Alessio Conforti

The purpose of this paper is to identify the specific stages of the humanitarian logistics process in which the agile and lean principles are needed.

Trends and risks in home health care

Klaus‐Dieter Rest, Andrea Trautsamwieser, Patrick Hirsch

The number of care‐dependent people will rise in future. Therefore, it is important to support home health care (HHC) providers with suitable methods and information…

Improving health in developing countries: reducing complexity of drug supply chains

Marianne Jahre, Luc Dumoulin, Langdon B. Greenhalgh, Claudia Hudspeth, Phillips Limlim, Anna Spindler

Uganda is one of many African countries struggling to develop adequate healthcare, particularly in regard to local treatment and access to drugs. The purpose of this paper…

Coordination in humanitarian relief chains: chain coordinators

P. Akhtar, N.E. Marr, E.V. Garnevska

The purpose of this paper is to identify chain coordinators and to explore their roles. The paper also highlights certain advantages of coordination, specific competencies…

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