The Philippines: the Logistics of the Haiyan Response

Published on 04 December 2013

The WFP-contracted Super Shuttle RoRo transports cargo for WFP and humanitairan partners. Inter-agency relief is facilitated by the Logistics Cluster, led by WFP.  WFP/Anthony Chase Lim

The challenges of getting food and relief to survivors of Typhoon Haiyan have been largely related to logistics. In certain locations, infrastructure suffered significant damage, and WFP has worked hard to assist the Government and the humanitarian community in its response by setting up key logistics lifelines.



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