Both rapid-onset natural disasters and protracted humanitarian crises lead to a variety of logistical barriers. Requirements by governments, shippers, and insurers can cause unexpected delays for humanitarian organizations trying to deliver aid, but many of these hurdles can be avoided with proper preparation.
Airlink’s Air Logistics Preparedness Guidance Note takes an in-depth look at the complexities of humanitarian logistics, and outlines ways to mitigate some of the risks associated with sending aid cargo in emergencies.
Watch Airlink’s 10-Step Guide to Air Logistics Preparedness to avoid hurdles and delays when shipping relief goods by air. Learn more about Airlink’s Air Logistics Preparedness Guidance Note below and read the complete publication.