- Coordinate information with the government ministry that coordinates emergency response.
- Produce logistics situation reports.
- Compile essential operational information on logistics infrastructure, such as ports, airports, border crossing, road and corridors.
- Update and make available key existing information following emergency assessment – e.g. road conditions and blockages to access routes on logistics planning maps and maps of affected areas.
- Make available Logistics Capacity Assessments; transporters and rates; equipment suppliers; government instructions / procedures (where still relevant).
- Share information on location the locations and capacity of warehouses and hubs – even if planning stage.
- Share details of Logistics Cluster meetings - minutes / action points / contact list of participants.
- Highlight what useful services are provided by Logistics Cluster participants – including their key local knowledge and make use of inputs provided by participating organisations.
- Provide contact details - Logistics Cluster focal points, key government, local NGO and commercial contacts.
- Ensure already-existing information is made available to the humanitarian community:
- Bulletin template (Nov, 2009)
- Contact List template (Excel sheet or Word doc) (Nov, 2009)
- Meeting Agenda template (Nov, 2009)
- Meeting Minutes template (Nov, 2009)
- Situation Report template (Nov, 2009)