Who can join the HLA?

Anyone interested or working in logistics in the humanitarian sector can join and become a member.

For example, you may be a:

  • Logistician in the humanitarian sector
  • Logistician in the private sector
  • Supplier to the sector
  • Student or academic

As an Associate member, you are granted access to our newsletters, exclusive community announcements, and our online job board. Full and Corporate members can also access our Hum-Log Portal, containing an extensive collection of hum-log best practice, can post jobs and are welcome to submit their own news articles for consideration.

Membership Categories

Associate member: Free
This is only available to those in Least Developed Countries, or to students, wherever they are located. If you work or live outside those countries, we need you to take out a Full (paid) membership. You will not be able to post jobs on our site or to access our Hum-Log Portal.
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Full member: US $35 per year
The standard membership for those outside Least Developed Countries.
Provides full access to our site, including being able to post jobs on our site and access to our Hum-Log Portal, as well as discounts on training and events.
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Corporate member: priced according to your organisation’s turnover
Enables you to create memberships for all those in your organisation.
Provides full access to our site, including being able to post jobs on our site and access to our Hum-Log Portal, as well as discounts on training and events.
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A “Red Dot”is a volunteer HLA member based in a country or region with the remit to expand the aims and objectives of the association. Local Red Dot activities can include formal or informal meetings, workshops, seminars or webinars to discuss the latest news and innovations in the humanitarian logistics sector. Red Dots promote the sharing of information and knowledge and provide peer-to-peer support.

Red Dots within a region are coordinated by Regional Coordinators. We currently have active Regional Coordinators in South East Asia and Africa, and Red Dots in many countries.

For more information on becoming a Red Dot please contact HLA Membership

If you are interested in partnering with us, please visit our Partners page or email membership@humanitarianlogistics.org