Health and Humanitarian Logistics
(HHL) Annual Conference
2022 Health and Humanitarian Logistics Conference
Sustainable, local, procurement
Focusing on barriers to selling into the public health and aid sectors, working to strengthen policy around local manufacturing, quality assurance challenges, environmental issues, and support to local suppliers.
Health supply chain capacity strengthening
Highlighting how the current public health and aid systems can better support health service logistics and workforce capacity development in conflict zones, fragile states and developing economies, with a focus on critical delivery mechanisms such as mass vaccination.
Showcasing the latest product innovations in transport technology but also ways to address the challenges in accessing remote communities due to poor infrastructure, outdated transport policies and a lack of resources.
The 13th annual Health and Humanitarian Logistics (HHL) conference was co-hosted by the Humanitarian Logistics Association (HLA) and Georgia Tech Center for Health and Humanitarian Systems. Supporting organisers included: People that Deliver (UNICEF), the International Association of Public Health Logisticians (IAPHL), North Carolina State University, INSEAD Humanitarian Research Group, MIT Humanitarian Response Lab and Northeastern University