Lectures and staff from the Department of Management Science School of Business participated in the just concluded 5th African Logistics Conference at the United Nation (UN) office in Nairobi
The conference is being co-facilitated by WFP, IOM, the Inter Agency Working Group, the University of Nairobi and HELP Logistics, a program of the Kuehne Foundation. Presenters from NGOs, INGOs, the UN, the private sector, universities and CSOs have been invited to speak on the following cluster topics:
Cluster 1: Localization, Collaboration and Co-ordination
Cluster 2: Adapting to change in the Humanitarian Supply Chain Landscape
Cluster 3: Future roles and responsibilities of Humanitarian Supply Chain Professionals
More than 150 participants attended the conference. These participants were primarily supply and logistics colleagues from local and international NGOs, UN agencies, University academics and students.
The Conference was officialy closed by the Dean School of Business Dr.James Njihia