Policies that support actions

How to support emergencies at government & legal levels

01.

Customs facilitations

One of the critical aspect of an emergency response comes from the facilitation of customs clearance for international humanitarian supplies. Despite all mechanisms in place (coordination, preparedness & contingency plans, including scenarios and trigger mechanisms), if supplies are delayed on arrival, it has a direct impact on the delivery of assistance. In 2018, following the last AVA and ELIAKIM cyclones, lessons learned workshop highlighted that customs clearance had delayed. Read more...

02.

Airports improvements

Civil aviation authorities acknowledge that logistics capacities at international entry points are critical for a smooth and rapid implementation of the supply chain to support the delivery to beneficiaries.