Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management: Volume 3 Issue 1

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Evaluating the economic sustainability of sanitation logistics in Senegal

Jennifer L. Green, Olivier L. de Weck, Pablo Suarez

This research was performed with the aim of determining if the emptying of latrines in a flood‐prone urban slum area would be a sustainable and profitable business for…

Humanitarian logistics: enhancing the engagement of local populations

Allan Sheppard, Peter Tatham, Ron Fisher, Rodney Gapp

The purpose of the paper is to identify how local populations, particularly at the municipal and village levels, can enhance their capacity to prepare and respond more…

Services operations management and humanitarian logistics

Graham Heaslip

This paper aims to examine the nature of service operations management and its application to the field of humanitarian logistics. The purpose of this paper is to assess…

An epidemiological study of common drugs in the health supply chain: Where does the compass point?

Amarendranath Mohanty, Nayan Chakravarty

The study aims to provide insights into the availability of common drugs with respect to disease load, regarding three common childhood diseases, acute respiratory…

Pre‐positioning commodities to repair maritime navigational aids

Jessye L. Bemley, Lauren B. Davis, Luther G. Brock

As the intensity of natural disasters increases, there is a need to develop policies and procedures to assist various agencies with moving aid to affected areas. One of…

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ISSN:

2042-6747

Online date, start – end:

2011

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editors:

  • Dr Nezih Altay
  • Prof Gyöngyi Kovács