Coordination in humanitarian logistics through clusters

@inproceedings{Jahre2010CoordinationIH,
  title={Coordination in humanitarian logistics through clusters},
  author={Marianne Jahre and Leif-Magnus Jensen},
  year={2010}
}
Purpose – In the field of humanitarianism, cluster thinking has been suggested as a solution to the lack of coordinated disaster response. Clusters for diverse functions, including sheltering, logistics and water and sanitation, can be viewed as an effort to achieve functional coordination. The purpose of this paper is to contribute to a greater understanding of the potential of cluster concepts using supply chain coordination and inter‐cluster coordination. The focus is on the conceptual level… CONTINUE READING

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