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Programme Objective

The focus is on the world of humanitarian aid and specifically at how the logistics and supply chain function enables humanitarian organizations to achieve their aims and support people in need.

Key Focus Areas

  • Overview of the humanitarian system
  • Roles & functions of humanitarian logistics
  • Challenges & obstacles in operations
  • Risk management in humanitarian logistics
  • Managing uncertainty in the humanitarian supply chain
  • Humanitarian vs. commercial logistics and supply chains

There shall be a site visit to a facility dealing with humanitarian goods.

For Who?

Professionals from all sectors with an interest to potentially join/switch to the humanitarian sector and students/graduates with an interest to work in humanitarian logistics.

Course Facilitator

Wolf-Christian Noske

Associate Project Manager for Kühne Foundation and LogisticsEmergency Response Unit (Log-ERU) member for Swiss Red Cross

 

Wolf-Christian Noske is a logistics professional from Germany with more than 15 years of international work experience in the commercial and humanitarian sector. He holds a Bachelor Degree in “International Business Logistics and Management” as well as a Master Degree in “Development and Emergency Practice”, from Oxford Brookes University in the UK.

Mr. Noske gained vast experience in humanitarian logistics through his multi-year field deployment to Haiti by the German Red Cross as Senior Logistics Delegate & Security Focal Point. He supported and guided the Integrated Community Recovery Program after the earthquake as well as the Health teams during their Cholera response from 2011 to 2013.

In 2014 Mr. Noske took over responsibility for the design and implementation of the Logistics & Supply Chain Capacity Building Programs in the East-African Region.

The program aims to exchange knowledge and link the commercial and private sector for best practice solutions in logistics and supply chain management in the East-African community.

In this function, Mr. Noske today leads the integrated capacity building component for the UN-WFP ́s Food Management Improvement Program in Ethiopia as Associate Project Manager for the Kühne Foundation.

As active team member of the Logistics Emergency Response Unit (ERU) of the Swiss Red Cross and his international deployments, Mr. Noske is a well-established and experienced professional logistician and member of the global humanitarian community with strong strategic design skills and intensive practical field experience.

Your Investment

  • The cost of the seminar is Kshs 50,000/= per participant.
  • This covers learning materials and meals.

Payment can be made into the accounts listed in the attached document. Once you make a payment, kindly scan the receipt and send us a copy.

Contacts

For more information, write to Sylvia on sanyika@strathmore.edu or call +254 (0) 703 034 595 / +254 (0) 722 604 618.



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Date: 28th – 31st May 2019

Cost: Kshs. 50,000

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