Logistics Capacity Assessments (LCAs)
The Logistics Capacity Assessment (LCA)
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- To search for country information, please use the country list on the left hand side.
- To see specific country information, select the arrow next to the country name to produce a dropdown menu of sections
- If you wish to search for information by region, please select the related regional tag from the list of tags below
Below are the labels used in Logistics Capacity Assessment - Wiki listed alphabetically. Click on a label to see its associated content.
To search information by region, please see the following tag guide:
omb: Asia (Bangkok)
omc: Middle East (Cairo)
omd: West Africa (Dakar)
omj South/Central Africa (Johannesburg)
omn: East Africa (Nairobi)
omp: South America (Panama)
tool contains baseline information about the logistics capacity of countries relevant for humanitarian emergency preparedness and response. The tool is hosted by WFP for the global humanitarian community.
LCAs cover logistics infrastructure, processes and regulations, markets, and contacts in a given country. There are currently LCAs for over 100 countries. Assessments are conducted in a given country every two years, mainly by WFP logistics staff and also by staff from other humanitarian organisations or private sector partners. This information is then published on this platform by Global Logistics Cluster.
The LCA tool is the only place where all this humanitarian logistics-related information is consolidated in one location. The tool aims to ensure that the information required for a humanitarian logistics operation is organised and presented in a standard way across multiple countries, in the hope of providing a tool that will enhance humanitarian logistics preparedness, response and coordination.
For information, please contact LCA.GLOBAL@wfp.org
Disclaimer: The country LCAs may contain references to companies and service-providers operating in the relevant country. Inclusion of company information in the LCA does not imply any business relationship between the supplier and WFP / Logistics Cluster, and is used solely as a determinant of services, and capacities.
WFP / Logistics Cluster maintain complete impartiality and are not in a position to endorse, comment on any company's suitability as a reputable service provider.dlca.json