This two-day training aims to better prepare humanitarian programme managers for the inevitable logistics issues that arise during humanitarian programming, resulting in a more positive impact for people affected by disasters. It covers the following topics:
Logistical needs assessments
Key roles and responsibilities for logs
Logistics and the project cycle
Supply chain management
This course is for staff involved in humanitarian response at management level in NGOs, humanitarian organizations, local and national government.
5 – 6 December 2019
£50 (or PHP 3252) per person. Price includes course fee, workbook and course materials, lunch, and coffee breaks everyday. It does not include transport or accommodation. The deadline to apply to the course is 30th October 2019.
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