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Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Certification

The programmes are open for registration continuously - Register today and join the 500 + Graduates who have benfitted from these programmes.

"Greetings and nice to have your valuable support and coaching, I really benefited a lot from you, and through the  course I managed to implement logistics aspect on real situation with UNHCR, the last one was the relocation plan for 35000 individuals due to flooded area to new camp sites.

 Abdulelah Babiker  -soon to complete CHL student - 15 Oct 2014

Applications for USAID-sponsored Scholarships now being accepted

Fritz Institute in the US and CILT in the UK are delighted to announce that USAID has sponsored a new scholarship programme for the Humanitarian Logistics Certification Programme and will be awarding 40 full tuition scholarships.

Twenty seven (27) scholarships are to be awarded for the Certification in Humanitarian Medical Logistics Practices (MedLog). An additional thirteen (13) scholarships will be awarded for the Certification in Humanitarian Logistics (CHL) for either the English or French version of the programme. Please visit the Scholarship page for details, including eligibility for the scholarships

News

  • For Certification Graduates - WFP is establishing a talent pool, they would be happy to get in touch with potentially interested individuals who have received certification and want spread the word about the opportunity we have. Attached please find job descriptions for our current roles in logistics and here is a link to the official WFP Talent Pool webpage.
    If you are not already a graduate, or studying the course, contact us today for more details

  • Case Studies of successful graduates

  • Find out how SCILaid, the simulated Humanitarian Emergency scenario used in all Certification programmes works, take a tour with the demo at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A31tntJMbx0

Useful References:

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