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Introduction

The Logistics function in humanitarian organisations is made up of people, processes and systems working together to support efficient and effective delivery of services. Controls are normally put in place to monitor weaknesses, poor designs in projects and improper implementation of programs. Based on continuous monitoring, these weaknesses or shortfalls against targets or objectives set can be corrected or revised in order to continually improve performance, thus reducing the risk of exposure and strengthening the response to needs.

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