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2010 Health and Humanitarian Logistics Conference

Posted February 2, 2010 | Georgia Institute of Technolgy

The Second Annual Conference on Health and Humanitarian Logistisc will be held on March 4-5, 2010 on the campus of the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia.

For program and registration information, visit the conference website at

The conference will bring together speakers and attendees from non-government organizations (NGOs), industry, government, military, and academia focusing on various topics, including planning, preparing, and responding to disasters; recovery and mitigation; addressing major societal problems related to health; and short- and long-term humanitarian response. The main objectives of the conference are to articulate the opportunities and challenges in humanitarian response and world health, both from a humanitarian and a corporate/economic perspective, to identify important research issues, to create academic awareness for the research opportunities, and to establish priorities for NGOs, corporations, and the government in terms of their strategies, policies, and investments.

The Conference is hosted by the Center for Humanitarian Logistics (, which is under the umbrella of Georgia Tech's Supply Chain and Logistics Institute (SCL).

To access presentation slides, speaker biographies, and other conference information for the 2009 Conference, visit:

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