Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management
The overall aim of the course is to build capacity and improve the effectiveness of logistics specialists and non-specialists as well as humanitarian workers, on humanitarian logistics
Venue: New Delhi, India
Date: 08-10-2018 to 11-10-2018
Selecting people with the right
qualifications and attitudes

Technical and project support work is targeted towards various aspects and components of programming and implementation that are undertaken to help prepare for, manage and deliver humanitarian response and DRR interventions. These involve engaging in different elements of humanitarian and DRR programming and have commonly involved capacity mapping exercises, organizational disaster preparedness processes and contingency planning, strategic planning in DRM, development of program implementation tools (contextual IEC material, learning kits, manuals) and, mainstreaming DRR actions (within programmes of actors, in government policy and schemes, and strategies). RedR India has also provided technical support on implementation and monitoring of sector specific interventions (pre-dominantly WASH and Shelter) in post disaster settings for response, recovery and onward linkage with disaster risk reduction.

Partnerships and Standby Agreements:

RedR India forges collaborations with multiple partners in its endeavour to reach out to the most affected. Under these partnerships, RedR provides the technical support and expertise that may be required by the partner to successfully design and/or implement their projects on field. Examples of such work may be found here.

Response Implementation: 

During a disaster, RedR India undertakes projects with different partner organizations and helps them respond to the needs on field. These responses may be both short term as well as long term, based upon the context and its requirements. Some instances of such projects have been described here.


Contingency Planning and Preparedness: 

RedR India provides technical support for  developing contingency plans ensuring preparedness for rapid response. This technical support involves multiple agency consultations for contextual analysis, scenario setting, response planning and data bank creationExamples of such work may be found here. 


Strategy Development and Programme Planning: 

RedR India provides technical support to its partners for developing strategies ensuring adequate response capacities and developing humanitarian programmes. This involves intensive consultation with partners and field based stakeholders. Examples of such work may be found here.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR):     

Along with emergency responses, RedR India also works towards Disaster Risk Reduction through its projects at all levels-from policy to community. These projects may entail different aspects like strategy formation, capacity building, implementation support and so on. 
Some instances of such projects have been described here.                                                                                                                                                                                       

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