23 May 2014

Blog post originally available on the Solidarités International website.

The third day of the Logistics Cluster Global Meeting took the form of a special session focusing on the role of logistics in cash transfer and markets programming, co-hosted by the Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP). Cash- and voucher-based activities are an increasingly common element of responses to humanitarian emergencies. Successful implementation requires strong coordination between operational and support teams, and logistics plays a pivotal part in the process.

Increased use of cash- and voucher-based programmes creates new challenges for logistics, specifically with regard to supply chain management. The Logistics Cluster... READ MORE

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