Logistics CapacityAssessment Website
The Logistics Capacity Assessment (LCA) is a long-standing tool of WFP Logistics. Since 2008, it has provided an importantlogistics
source of informationrelevant
related toLogistics Cluster partners and the Humanitarian Community and is shared as an interagency tool via the Logistics Cluster website. In 2013, the Logistics Cluster took the initiative to improve the user-friendliness of the LCA by moving it to a new, wiki based format which offers significant benefits. These include incorporating real time updates and easy exports of individual sections in multiple formats. For additional information, please contact the designated LCA helpdesk at LCA.GLOBAL@wfp.org.
Thank to all those who have provided support and we look forward to continuing to improve the system and provide a valuable resource for users globally.
- 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)
the logistics infrastructure and services in a given country, related to the needs of emergency humanitarian logistics. It is a tool for organising that information in a standard way across multiple countries and a means of sharing that information both within WFP and with the humanitarian community globally. It is hoped that the service it provides will enhance humanitarian logistics coordination globally and nationally and will support humanitarian logistics preparedness efforts.
For information, please contact LCA.GLOBAL@wfp.org