Christine CHOMILIER, Christophe GUITTON, Technical Officers Logistics Unit - EHP/HAC Geneva, November 2003
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What is Logistics Scope of Logistics Logistics preparedness Logistics Response Supply Management Systems
What is Logistics
Logistics should provide the means
required to get goods,
people and manufacturing capacity:
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To the RIGHT place At the RIGHT time In the RIGHT quantity At the RIGHT quality At the RIGHT price With the RIGHT language
Scope of Logistics ( saving lives)
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Planning/ Assessment Procurement/ Donation Transportation/ Fleet management Warehousing/ Stock Control Tracking Reporting
Scope of Logistics
….. If the scope is properly defined
….. It will strengthen trustfulness, credibility and respectability
……. And will attract money
Standards & Systems
WHO •HQ •RO •CO UN agencies warehousing Other Organization Private Sector Academics Emergency Assessment Team Emergency Response Unit Training for National & International staff
Professional Standards Hum.Resources Systems
Roster list Co-ordination Guidelines Nation. Drugs List Procedures - Procurement - Transport - Warehousing - Tracking Reporting Computer systems (Automation) Catalogues (with indicative Price List) 2004
Frame Agreement (MoU) Supplier stocks MOH stock periphery pre-positioning UN Agencies stock (UNHRD Brindisi)) Other Organizations stock Private sector availability
Logistics response Field Set up Plan of Action Mobilisation Prosess
Field set up Logistics bases Human resources Systems Plan of action Needs assessment Feasibility Logistics planning & Time Frame Mobilisation Process Co-ordination of Supply (within health co-ordination) Procurement Mobilisation Table
Is a relief supply management system for disasters, enabling the country to :
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Sort and classify supplies at the port of entry Take inventory Manage warehouses Monitor distribution Follow up of donors’ pledges (reporting)
Objective: to build and strengthen the capacity to deal with information on relief supplies. Training has to be done during the preparedness phase When the crisis occurs it’s too late.
Supplier / Manufacturer
Transport Central warehouse
Transport Local warehouse MOH/ Health Structures / Beneficiaries Transport
To complement and co-ordinate the logistics