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CERTIFICATION IN HUMANITARIAN MEDICAL LOGISTICS PRACTICES (MEDLOG)

STEERING COMMITTEE MEMBERS
ICRC: Christophe Hambye, Francois Mounis, George Anthony McGuire
IFRC: Selma Bernardi
MSF: Switzerland: Cecile Chapuis, Jean-Luc (Luc) Castell
UNICEF: Christine Chomilier, Paul Molinaro
WFP: Bernard Chomilier; Emmanuel Drouhin
WHO: Fred Urlep
With inputs from IMC, Merlin, Oxfam GB, UNFPA




CHL DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS
The Steering Committee partnered with three global and well established learning institutions: the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport-UK (CILT-UK), People Development Group (PDG), and the Logistics Learning Alliance (LLA).

CILT-UK, in partnership with Fritz Institute, is the awarding body for the Certification in Humanitarian Medical Logistics Practices (MedLog). CILT-UK is also the awarding body for Certification in Humanitarian Logistics (CHL) and Certification in Humanitarian Supply Chain Management (CHSCM). CILT-UK is a worldwide non-profit with 25 years of experience in the design, implementation and management of qualifications for logistics and supply chain management.

PDG has worked in conjunction with the SC to create the competence model, learning materials, learning system environment, and coaching guides. PDG has trained over 120 nationalities in over 50 different countries, in a variety of formats.

LLA is the approved learning center and will coach the candidates. LLA has been closely involved in the development of CILT qualifications since 1991 and has managed the coaching and assessment for all PDG students undertaking the competency programs of the CILT since 1999.

DONOR SUPPORT
Development and implementation of the Certification in Humanitarian Medical Logistics Practices (MedLog) program has been made possible with grants from the following agencies:

  • The Department for International Development (DFID)
  • The European Community Humanitarian Aid department (ECHO)
  • United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

For more information please contact Jane MacDonald, Project Manager, at jane.macdonald@fritzinstitute.org

 
 
 
 
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Within the organisation I am not part of Logistics, but of the ?programme? guys. The added value is that I can now better plan the programmes as I am fully aware of potential logistics constraints and therefore can factor these into the project cycle.

-Humanitarian Aid Worker
 
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