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Supplies and Logistics

Ebola supply and logistics

Support and guidance on the availability of critical supply items and protecting vulnerable supply chains, and other resources, are here consolidated as a reference to governments and partners responding to the crisis.  We welcome contributions to update our documentation based on your experience and feedback.

Infographic: Life-Saving Supplies to Ebola Affected Countries [PDF] - 10 April 2015

Faces of Ebola Supply & Logistics Response

Carlos de la Espriella is a construction specialist and city planner working for UNICEF in Supply Division, Copenhagen. In recent weeks he has been focusing on the design and construction of Community Care Centres (CCCs) – an essential component in the UN’s strategy to have 100 percent of Ebola victims buried safely and 100 percent of Ebola patients treated in isolation beds within 60 days by January 2015.

Fore more about Carlos and other UNICEF supply and logistics staff responding to the Ebola crisis, click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Latest news

06/01/2015 - More than 5,000 MT with love from @UNICEFSupply - 2014's mega effort to fight #Ebola @UNICEFGuinea, @UNICEFSL. @UNICEFLiberia

07/11/14 - Press Release: UNICEF’s massive supply response

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