Why does the Logistics Cluster have Working Groups?

Each of the six Logistics Cluster Working Groups (WG) is linked to the pillars of the Logistics Cluster Strategy 2016-2018: Preparedness, Network, Operate and Learn. Working Groups focus on specific topics with the objective of fostering insightful discussions into the advancement of the Logistics Cluster work.
Membership of the Working Groups is voluntary and each of the WG has a designated leader.
During the Logistics Cluster Global Meetings, held twice a year, Working Groups share updates, assess progress made on the objectives, and their status is reviewed by partners.


Strategy Link: Pillar 1 –Preparedness; Pillar 2 -Network
Working Group Lead: GLC
Membership: UNOCHA, UNICEF, DfID, HELP Logistics, ECHO, World Vision International, Concern Worldwide, CRS, UNOPS, AirLink, THW, TearFund, MedAir, Plan International,


Strategy Link: Pillar 4 -Learn
Working Group Lead: HLA
Membership: Johanniter International, Handicap International, Fleet Forum, ACF Spain, USAID, Save the Children International, GLC

Operational KPIs

Strategy Link: Pillar 3-Operate; Pillar 4 –Learn
Working Group Lead: BRC
Membership: MercyCorps, CRS, Oxfam GB, ECHO, GLC

Lessons Learned

Strategy Link: Pillar 4-Learn
Working Group Lead: GLC
Membership: THW, UNICEF,

Service Provision

Strategy Link: Pillar 3 –Operate
Working Group Lead: Handicap International, WHH
Membership: ACF France, GLC, GOAL, MAF, Oxfam, Premiere Urgence Internationale, Solidarités International, USAID (TBC), WFP (TBC)


Strategy Link:1 –Preparedness; Pillar 3 –Operate
Working Group Lead: ACF Spain
Membership: CRS, Oxfam, Plan International, Tearfund, GLC

Working Groups related documents