Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Supply Chain Management Collaboration: CARE, CRS and Save the Children

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Carmen DeSocio, Save the Children US
Carmen DeSocio, Save the Children US
Irving, TX, July 24, 2013


CARE, Catholic Relief Services and Save the Children Share Vision for Supply Chain Management with Aidmatrix at Health and Humanitarian Logistics Conference - Kuala Lumpur.
The three Aidmatrix partners traveled to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, last month to present on how they are collaborating to create a new standard for Supply Chain Management with Aidmatrix at the core. This event was hosted by Georgia Tech and MIT's Humanitarian Response Lab.  These three pioneers have formed a user group that is defining the next iterations for Humanitarian Supply Chain Management.  Aidmatrix's supply chain platform will enable CARE, Catholic Relief Services and Save the Children to leverage each other's investments and create ways to collaborate in the field during disasters and other humanitarian relief work.

Read the full press release issued by the conference: Press Release

To learn more about joining this collaborative effort, contact

Malaysia Conference 2013
Pictured (L-R):Tracy Tumlin Allardice - CARE,
Carmen DeSocio - Save the Children US,
Nicole Balliette - Catholic Relief Services 

1 comment:

  1. Supply chain management (SCM) is the management of an interconnected or interlinked between network, channel and node businesses involved in the provision of product and service packages required by the end customers in a supply chain.