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05 Aug 2011 description
report Logistics Cluster

CONTENTS

  1. SITUATION UPDATE
  2. LOGISTICS COORDINATION
  3. TRANSPORT
  4. STORAGE

1 SITUATION

01 Aug 2011 description
report Logistics Cluster

Each week the Global Logistics Cluster Support Cell (GLCSC) provides an operational update of the activities of Logistics Clusters/Sectors in the field, together with the details of the latest publications on the Logistics Cluster website. The GLCSC is housed in the Logistics Division of the UN World Food Programme, the Global Logistics Cluster Lead. It is comprised of a diverse, multi-skilled group of logisticians drawn from ACF, Care International, WFP, WVI, and MSB (formerly SRSA).

07 Jul 2011 description
report Logistics Cluster

CONTENTS
1. SITUATION UPDATE
2. LOGISTICS COORDINATION
3. TRANSPORT
4. STORAGE

1 SITUATION

  • The WFP-chartered vessel, MV FEHIM BEY, has commenced inter-agency passenger and cargo transport services between Benghazi and Misrata as of 1st July.

  • Access within the northern part of Eastern Libya remains open. Access constraints do exist to the South and West of Ajdabia. The humanitarian supply chain in Ajdabia remains adequate for the current demand.

23 Jun 2011 description
report Logistics Cluster

CONTENTS
1. SITUATION UPDATE
2. LOGISTICS COORDINATION
3. TRANSPORT
4. STORAGE
5. CAPACITY BUILDING

1 SITUATION

  • Access through the northern part of Eastern Libya (Cyreneacia) is open. Access constraints exist to the South and West of Ajdabia and there are mines and unexploded ordinance (UXO) in the vicinity. Accurate positions are still being obtained and will be mapped.

09 Jun 2011 description
report Logistics Cluster

1 SITUATION

  • At the end of last week, the Logistics Cluster participated in a mission to Misrata to assess the logistics infrastructure and supply chain. The Logistics Cluster Coordinator attended several meetings and site inspections during the assessments. Key meetings were held with representatives of the Engineering Committee of the Misrata Council, the Airport Manager and the Harbour Master.

03 Jun 2011 description
report Logistics Cluster

A bomb exploded yesterday in the parking lot of a Benghazi hotel used by many foreign diplomats. No one was injured.

There are extensive reports of UXO and mines in the area of Misrata.

31 May 2011 description
report Logistics Cluster

1) SITUATION

A corridor for humanitarian cargo has been opened into the Nafusa Mountains in western Libya. Goods are consolidated at the Zarzis Free Zone, Tunisia, about 100 km from the border with Libya, then called forward to the line exchange in Medenine where the Tunisian Red Crescent (TRC) in partnership with the Libyan Red Crescent (LRC) have a 5,000 m2 warehouse they have made available to the humanitarian community. The three towns being used as logistics hubs are Nalut, Jadu and Zintan, based on existing storage capacity in these locations available from the LRC.

26 May 2011 description
report Logistics Cluster

1 SITUATION

• WFP met with Libyan diaspora NGOs and community delegates in Zarzis to discuss the prevailing situation and government dynamics of the western regions of Libya. It was recommended that organizations use the overland supply route through the Dehiba border and across the Nafusa mountains through Nalut to Zintan. If the border is closed, there are secondary roads to the north and south of the crossing that can be used.

13 Apr 2011 description
report Logistics Cluster

1 SITUATION

Six clusters were officially activated for Libya: Food Security, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, Health/Nutrition, Logistics, Protection/Child Protection, Shelter/Non-Food Items, and Telecommunications.

Organizations continue to lack access to most of Western Libya including Tripoli.

Benghazi continues to be accessible by road from Egypt.