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Due to its expertise in logistics, engineering and telecommunications, WFP has been requested to provide dedicated Common Services to the Ebola Response.
All activities are being implemented under Special Operation 200773 .
Common Services in Numbers ( as of 28 September 2015 )
Overall requirements: US$ 205 million
26 ,776 passengers & 8mt cargo transported by UNHAS
2,282 mt dispatched by UNHRD
The Logistics Cluster facilitated across Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia (since 4 September 2014)*:
Due to its expertise in logistics, engineering and telecommunications, WFP has been requested to provide dedicated Common Services to the Ebola Response. All activities are being implemented under Special Operation 200773.
Common Services in Numbers (as of 31 August 2015)
Overall requirements: US$ 205 million 24,306 passengers & 181 mt cargo transported by UNHAS 2, 245 mt dispatched by UNHRD
Monthly Overview - July 2015
Due to its expertise in logistics, engineering and telecommunications, WFP has been requested to provide dedicated Common Services to the Ebola Response. All activities are being implemented under Special Operation 200773
Common Services in Numbers (as of 02 August 2015)
Overall requirements: US$ 205 million
WFP is supporting governmental sensitization campaigns in Guinea by assisting the building of base camps in remote areas.
In Liberia, the Logistics Cluster and WFP are responding to the new ebola cases reported in Margibi County.
In Sierra Leone, the ET Cluster will provide Internet connectivity in Kambia and Port Loko to support Operation Northern Push.
WFP construction of the new helipad for UNHAS helicopters in Coyah, Guinea, is on-going.
COMMON SERVICES IN GUINEA, LIBERIA AND SIERRA LEONE
In Guinea, the Logistics Cluster and WFP continue to support the governmental sensitization campaigns where transmission of the virus continues.
WFP will set up five additional storage units in counties where the Liberian Ministry of Health needs additional storage capacity.
In Sierra Leone, WFP and the Logistics Cluster are collaborating with the Government to support the new emergency campaign in Kambia and Port Loko.
In Guinea, the WFP-led Logistics Cluster is organizing the second training on ‘Logistics Good Practices’ to enhance the preparedness of national logisticians.
The Logistics Cluster will facilitate the transportation of 1.5 million medical gloves from Liberia to WHO Guinea on behalf of the Liberian government.
A new helicopter connection to Kamsar was introduced to enable humanitarian staff to reach Boke Prefecture, a hotspot close to Guinea-Bissau.
In Guinea, the WFP-led Logistics Cluster is providing logistics services in support of the Government’s sensitization campaign in Forécariah and Dubreka.
At the request of the Government, in Liberia WFP is developing a strategy for the effective transfer of knowledge and assets under the Common Services to government institutions.
Resources totaling USD 90 million are required through 31 December 2015, to ensure WFP's ability to continue the provision of Common Services to the humanitarian community, including UNHAS air transportation services, crucial preparedness works at logistics bases for the rainy season and maintenance of ICT services across the three countries.
The handover from UNMEER to the ET Cluster of ICT equipment and services across the three countries is complete.
The WFP-led Logistics Cluster is supporting the Guinean government in its sensitization campaign on Ebola detection for the population of Coyah.
The Logistics Cluster has facilitated the prepositioning of more than 500m3 of Personal Protective Equipment across four counties in Liberia on behalf of the Government.
The extension works at the Main Logistics Hub in Port Loko, Sierra Leone, have more than doubled the storage space.
The Logistics Cluster is continuing discussions with the Government of Liberia to reinforce the incountry logistics capacity transfer.
The WFP-led Common Services are making 10 vehicles available for implementation of the WFP-WHO Joint Collaboration in Sierra Leone.
Two additional helicopters have been added to UNHAS WAC fleet, based in Guinea and Sierra Leone.
The WFP-led Logistics Cluster continues to work closely with UNICEF and partners on the support they provide to schools across Liberia.
WFP has completed the extension works at main logistics hub in Conakry to respond to increasing storage needs.
WFP and UNHAS are scheduled to take over UNMEER air operations on 15 April, main-taining flights across the region.
The ET Cluster is providing Internet connec-tivity, in over 115 locations, for more than 2,000 humanitarian responders.
The official handover of the WFPconstructed extension of the military hospital in Freetown took place on 25 March.
On 27 March, the WFP-led Logistics Cluster successfully concluded its coordination of a logistics training for over 60 national logisticians.
WFP and UNHAS have been conducting reconnaissance flights in Guinea to identify suitable landing areas for additional helipads in the hotspot areas.
The ET Cluster is providing Internet connectivity in over 115 locations to more than 2,000 responders.