This document provides an overview of the logistics services to be made available through the Logistics Sector, how humanitarian actors responding in Bangladesh may access these services, and the conditions under which these services are to be provided.
WFP food imports in mt
The chart represents WFP food imports for its programmes in Yemen, and includes food commodities imported through commercial vessels as well as chartered vessels for humanitarian cargo.
Sea cargo transport in m3
The Logistics Cluster facilitates the coordination of the logistics response in support of the humanitarian community. Furthermore, it provides information management products to improve the decision making of humanitarian organisations in South Sudan. Where logistics gaps are identified, WFP, as the lead agency of the Logistics Cluster, acts as a ‘Provider of Last Resort’ by offering common logistics services to support the humanitarian community in their response operations.
• 121 rotations with 2,527 passengers transported between Djibouti and Aden on behalf of 42 service users (14 UN agencies, 24 INGOs, 4 NNGOs), for an average rate of use of 46% (maximum capacity 25 passengers per leg/50 per voyage).
• Thanks to the contributions received from DFID, Canada, ECHO, Germany, CERF and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, WFP and the Logistics Cluster will be able to extend the service until the end of 2018.