2.6 COUNTRY NAME   Storage Assessment

REPLACE THIS TEXT with a 3 - 5 paragraph narrative describing storage facilities and access to such facilities around the country. Identify if enough capacity exist for current needs; identify any key bottle necks or constraints with regards to storage. Describe the overall national storage infrastructure; mention if reliable facilities are easy or difficult to locate.   ENSURE COMPANIES IDENTIFIED IN THESE PARAGRAPHS HAVE THEIR CONTACT DETAILS IN SECTION 4.6: Storage and Milling Companies Contact List. Create the list by completing the 4.6 template. 

For more information on storage company contact details, please see the following link: HQ staff will input a link to section 4.6 Storage and Milling Companies Contact List here.

Commercial Storage

REPLACE THIS TEXT with a 1 - 3 paragraph narrative describing any additional information regarding commercial storage. ENSURE COMPANIES IDENTIFIED IN THESE PARAGRAPHS HAVE THEIR CONTACT DETAILS IN SECTION 4.6: Storage and Milling Companies Contact List.  You may add additional lines to the table as required.  

Location

Owner

Available for Rent

Capacity

(MT / m² / m³)

Type [1]

Access [2]

Condition [3]

 

 

Yes / No

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[1]   Warehouse Type: Open storage, container, rub-hall, silo, concrete, other, unspecified

[2]   Warehouse Access: Raised-siding, flat

[3]   Warehouse condition: Appears intact, appears damaged, under construction/repair

Storage Used by Humanitarian Organizations

REPLACE THIS TEXT with a 1 - 3 paragraph narrative describing how major humanitarian organizations store their items. Identify if main preference is to run their own facilities or contract out to a private service provider. Identify the largest   organizations   storing items in the country and of what items are being stored. Ensure you capture any national Red Cross /   Crescent   societies. ENSURE ANY AGENCIES IDENTIFIED IN THESE PARAGRAPHS HAVE THEIR CONTACT DETAILS IN SECTION 4.2: Humanitarian Agency Contact List. Create the list by completing the 4.2 template. 

Location

Organization

Sharing Possibility

 

Capacity

(MT / m² / m³)

Type [1]

Access [2]

Condition [3]

 

 

Yes / No

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[1]   Warehouse Type: Open storage, container, rub-hall, silo, concrete, other, unspecified

[2]   Warehouse Access: Raised-siding, flat

[3]   Warehouse condition: Appears intact, appears damaged, under construction/repair

Public Sector Storage

REPLACE THIS TEXT with a 1 - 3 paragraph narrative describing public sector storage. Focus on those agencies which support disaster / emergency response for the country and identify the types of items they have in storage and ability for humanitarian community to access such items if required.     ENSURE GOVERNMENT AGENCIES IDENTIFIED IN THESE PARAGRAPHS HAVE THEIR CONTACT DETAILS IN SECTION 4.1: Government Contact List. Create the list by completing the 4.1 template. 

Location

Ministry / Agency

Use Possibility

Capacity

(MT / m² / m³)

Type [1]

Access [2]

Condition [3]

 

 

Yes / No

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[1]   Warehouse Type: Open storage, container, rub-hall, silo, concrete, other, unspecified

[2]   Warehouse Access: Raised-siding, flat

[3]   Warehouse condition: Appears intact, appears damaged, under construction/repair

Cold Chain

REPLACE THIS TEXT with a 1 - 3 paragraph narrative describing cold chain options in the country. Identify any specific issues with regards to medicine / vaccine storage options. ENSURE COMPANIES IDENTIFIED IN THESE PARAGRAPHS HAVE THEIR CONTACT DETAILS IN SECTION 4.6: Storage and Milling Companies Contact List. You may add additional lines to the table as required.  

Location

Organization / Owner

Type [1]

Cooling /   Power [2]

Quantity

Total Capacity

(m³)

Condition

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[1]   Cold Room Positive, Cold Room Negative, Refrigerator, Freezer,

[2]   Compression, Absorption, Solar, Other, unspecified