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Monthly Operation Overview March 2017
The Logistics Cluster is responsible for logistics Coordination and Information Management. Where there is a gap in logistics capacity, WFP, as the lead agency of the Logistics Cluster, acts as a provider of last resort by offering Common Logistics Services to support the humanitarian community in their response operations.
Highlights of the Operation In March, the Logistics Cluster facilitated air transport of 436 mt of humanitarian
cargo to 30 destinations on behalf of 28 organisations.
On behalf of the humanitarian community, the Logistics Cluster supported rapid response missions to Bauw, Buoh, Diel and Dindin, by facilitating the movement of 30 mt of Education, Health, Nutrition, Protection and WASH cargo.
To augment the ongoing famine response, the Logistics Cluster through WFP Aviation increased air transport capacity with an additional Mi8 helicopter. In March, approximately 80 mt of life saving cargo was transported on behalf of the humanitarian community.
The Logistics Cluster coordinated two interagency convoys to Aweil, Bentiu, Kuajok, Rumbek, Malualkon, Pariang and Wau on behalf of AECOM, CARE, Health Net TPO, Internews, IOM, UNICEF, UNDP, VSF-Suisse and World Relief.
Metric Tonnes Delivered by Sector
Metric Tonnes by User Type
NNGOs UN Agencies
International Organizations INGOs
RRM cargo being loaded in Rumbek March 2017
Cargo moved by air: 436 mt
30 Destinations reached: Aburoc, Akobo, Bauw, Buoh, Diel, Dindin, Ganyiel, Gorwai, Jangok-Mathiang, Juba, Koch, Kodok, Kurwai, Lankien, Malakal, Mandeng, Mer, New Fangak, Nyal, Old Fangak, Padeah, Pagil, Pultruk, Rumbek, Thaker, Thonyor, Ulang, Wai , Wanding and Yambio
Organisations Assisted: ACF, Across, ACTED, Action for Conflict Resolution (ACR), Adventist Development and Rural Agency (ADRA), Africa Action Help (AAH), Afro-Canadian Evangelical Mission (ACEM), Aliab Rural Development Agency (ARUDA), CARE, Catholic international development Charity (CAFOD), Catholic Relief Services (CRS), CHADO, Chemonics, Child's Destiny and Development Organization (CHIDDO), Christian Mission for Development (CMD), CISDA, CMA, Comitato Collaborazione Medica (CCM), Community Action Organization (CAO), Concern Worldwide, Cordaid, CRO, Danish Church Aid (DCA), Danish Refugee Council (DRC) , Doctors with Africa CUAMM , FAO, Forcier Consulting, GOAL, Handicap International, HTC, IBIS, ICRC, International Aid Services (IAS), International Medical Corps (IMC), International Organisation for Migration (IOM), International Rescue Committee (IRC), Internews, Intersos, Johanniter, Joint Aid Management International (JAM), Medair, Mdecins sans Frontires (MSF), Mentor Initiative, Mercy Corps, Mine Advisory Group (MAG), MSF-Holland, MSF-Spain, Nile Hope, Norwegian Church Aid (NCA), Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), OCHA, Oxfam, Plan International, Polish Humanitarian Action (PAH), Population Services International , Premire Urgence Aide Mdicale Internationale(PU-AMI), Program for Africa's Seed Systems -South Sudan (PASS-SS), Real Medicine Foundation (RMF), Relief International, Samaritan's Purse, Save the Children, Scoop Trust Organization, Sign of Hope (SOH), Solidarites International, South Sudan Health Pooled Fund (HPF), SSDA, Sudan Peace and Education Development Programme (SPEDP), Tearfund, Terre des Hommes, The Carter Centre, The Health Support Organization (THESO), UNDP, UNFPA, UNIDO, United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), United Nations Mine Action Services (UNMAS), UNKEA, UNMISS, UNOPS, USAID/OFDA, Viable Support to Transition and Stability (VISTAS/AECOM), War Child Canada,War Child Holland, Wau Airport Customs Authority, Welthungerhilfe (WHH/GAA), Widows and Orphans Charitable Organisation (WOCO), Wildlife Conservation Society, World Food Programme (WFP), World Relief, World Vision International, ZOA Information Products 18 published products (Maps, Meeting Minutes, Operation Overviews and Situation Updates)http://www.logcluster.org/ops/ssd11a
Destinations reached by air in March
In March, bad weather and insecurity resulted in four lost rotations.
The most recent Access Constraints map can be found on the Logistics Cluster website at the following link: http://www.logcluster.org/map/south-sudan-access-constraints-map-21-april-2017http://www.logcluster.org/ops/ssd11ahttp://www.logcluster.org/map/south-sudan-access-constraints-map-21-april-2017