Event: 2017 Health & Humanitarian Logistics Conference
For the first time, the 9th annual Health & Humanitarian Logistics (HHL) Conference will be hosted by an international non-governmental organization, UNICEF, at the Supply Chain Division Headquarters in Copenhagen, Denmark. The event is co-organized by the Georgia Tech Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems (CHHS), INSEAD Humanitarian Research Group, MIT Humanitarian Response Lab, and Northeastern University.
The conference features plenary panels and interactive workshops on a variety of topics related to supply chain management and logistics in global health and humanitarian response and development, as well as poster sessions on innovative research and ample opportunities for networking. Information on speakers, panel topics, health and humanitarian site visits will be available soon at: chhs.gatech.edu/conference/2017.
Presentation opportunities include: focused oral presentations, collaborative interactive workshops, poster presentations, and technology exhibit. To submit a presentation proposal, visit the conference website above and read through guidelines for each type of opportunity.
To participate as a 2017 Conference Sponsor, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you in June!
2017 HHL Conference Co-chairs
- Özlem Ergun, Northeastern University
- Jarrod Goentzel, Humanitarian Response Lab, MIT
- Eva Kadilli, UNICEF Supply Chain Division, Copenhagen
- Pinar Keskinocak, Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems (CHHS), Georgia Tech
- Julie Swann, Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems (CHHS), Georgia Tech
- Luk Van Wassenhove, Humanitarian Research Group, INSEAD
UNICEF Supply Chain
Development and humanitarian supply chains are among the most complex in the world. Ensuring the delivery of supplies to children in situations of conflict, disaster or in hard to reach areas requires technical know-how, innovative solutions, collaboration, and financial resources.The UNICEF Supply Chain involves working with industry to develop more effective formulations of medicines and products for children whilst keeping prices at affordable and quality at international standards. Every link of the supply chain is essential in ensuring vital supplies reach children. To learn more, visit: https://www.unicef.org/supply/ or see video on UNICEF Supply here: https://animoto.com/play/czQ3pChDl6G2ErMiBbBCgw.
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