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Jonathan Dumont Jul 21
flight 130 landing in Sana’a ‘s humanitarian air service is the only way for humanitarians to get in and out of these days
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WFP Logistics Jul 19
Dalili - a smartphone app - has rolled out nation-wide in Lebanon! Originally designed for Syrian refugees in Jordan, Dalili finds the best deals on popular items in retail shops, making monthly top-ups go that much further. 🇱🇧 Read more here 👇
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UNHRD Jul 19
Over the past 6 months, UNHRD has dispatched 5130MT of relief items to 75 countries on behalf of 32 humanitarian partner organizations! Find out more about major UNHRD operations and events:
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Eric Perdison Jul 17
>90% of airstrips in South Sudan are unpaved, making wet airstrip a major access constraint in the rainy season. 🚁UNHAS uses 4 helicopters to reach 51% of its scheduled destinations, unreachable by any other means at this time of the year.
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WFP Media Jul 17
Every day, is on the move with 5,000 🚛 92 ✈️ 20 🛳
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WFP Logistics Jul 17
Every cubic inch in a ship’s hold is crucial for proper stowage. Factors such as design & structure ensure stability during the sea voyage. Charters/Ops team works daily with WFP Port Captains to optimise the goods and cargo handling, while serving beneficiaries & donors.🚢
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Logistics Cluster Jul 16
From Yemen ports, to small atolls in the Marshall Islands, last week we celebrated the work and the stories of our loggies in the field. Thanks for marking with us! Keep an eye out for more stories coming soon
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World Food Programme Jul 15
📸🚛 In preparation for , WFP trucks load an Ilyushin-76 aircraft at Juba Airport, .
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Logistics Cluster Jul 13
Humanitarians are no strangers to working under challenging conditions. Georgia, from the Nigeria Logistics Sector, works hard to make sure vital information gets to partners so that aid gets to where it needs to go. More on our blog 👉
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World Food Programme Jul 13
👉 WFP's logistics network in provides supply chain services for six other countries in the area? This is how is blazing new trails to reach those furthest behind.
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Jakob Kern Jul 12
Read this interesting story about first train shipment on a boat in . at work to assist the ones furthest behind.
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WFP Logistics Jul 11
all chartered ships are required to have clean holds and must pass rigorous independent inspection before loading shipments? This WFP chartered multi-purpose vessel DOCTOR O is preparing her cargo holds before loading emergency grain shipment for .🚢
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WFP South Sudan Jul 11
: trucks load an Ilyushin-76 aircraft at Juba Airport in preparations for airdrops tomorrow. The hunger season coincides with the rainy season in and WFP uses airdrops to reach people in need in some of the hardest-to-reach areas
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UNHRD Jul 10
10,000 fleece blankets, 6,000 jerry cans, 2,000 hygiene kits, 6,000 mosquito nets! Just some of items on their way to Ethiopia for !
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Logistics Cluster Jul 9
: this week we’re sharing the faces, stories and dedication behind the Logistics Cluster from our teams around the globe!
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WFP South Sudan Jul 5
: In 2017, on any given day, had an average 5,000 food trucks on the road, 92 planes in the skies & 20 chartered ships at sea? More ➡️
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Eric Perdison Jul 6
In many places across the world, UNHAS flights symbolize hope and a fresh opportunity to survive the impacts of natural and man-made disasters. We are the enabler thanks to our donors
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David Beasley Jul 6
What a great day at the in Brindisi. Facilities like this hub make it possible for and humanitarian partners to reach people in need the world over. Proud of this team - thank you for everything you do!
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Logistics Cluster Jul 5
The Vos Apollo provides critical transportation bringing relief cargo & humanitarians workers to . In the first 6 months of 2018, the Logistics Cluster facilitated the transportation of almost 2,500 passengers from 41 organisations. Full stats here:
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WFP South Sudan Jul 5
: Drop Zone Coordinator oversees an airdrop of critical food supplies in Jiech, 🇸🇸where people fleeing conflict are receiving food to tide the hunger months. Powerful! 📸by Gabriela Vivacqua
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