- Development of standardized technical tools:
- Publication of policy documents:
- Maintenance of the information-sharing platform (Logistics Cluster website) and publication of standard Logistics Cluster situation reports, assessments, concept of operations and other coordination tools.
- Development of emergency training module at the local, national, regional and international levels such as the Logistics Response Team Training (LRT) and Service Mindset Training (SMT) ().
- Establishing and maintaining surge capacity and standby rosters for deployment in emergencies to support establishment of field-level clusters.
- Establishing and maintaining contingency stockpiles through the United Nations Humanitarian Response Depot (UNHRD).
- Conducting Logistics Capacity Assessments for at-risk countries and participating in pandemic preparedness training with national authorities.
- Logistics Cluster website
- Logistics Capacity Assessments
- Customs Information Guide
- Service Mindset Training (SMT)
Useful external links related to the Logistics Cluster:
- Humanitarian Reform
- Humanitarian Appeal (CAP)
- IASC Guidance Note on Using the Cluster Approach to Strengthen Humanitarian Response 24 November 2006