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Graham E. Heaslip and Elizabeth Barber

Introduction The purpose of this paper is to advance the thought and practice on improving coordination, in the context of humanitarian logistics. The article is conceptual in nature, drawing on a topical literature review, interviews, and it also draws on the authors’ previous experiences from research projects and as practitioners in the field. This paper elucidates humanitarian logistics needs across all phases of humanitarian operations. It investigates where and how civil–military involvement can be most effective and efficient. The paper aims to

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Shamimul Islam, Noorliza Karia, Firdaus Bin Ahmad Fauzi and Mohamed Soliman

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Monika Sobeková Majková and Aleksandr Ključnikov

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Simona Goia, Cristian Virgil Marinaș and Ramona Ștefania Igret

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Catriona Planel Ratna, Roubina Juwaheer and Sharmila Pudaruth

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Majid Esmaeilpour, Zahra Mohamadi and Azade Rajabi

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Ayman Tobail, John Crowe and Amr Arisha

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Ivana Blažková

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Manchanda Rimple, Manchiraju Srikant, Abidi Naseem and Mishra Jitendra Kumar

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Abdullah A. Aldousari and Ismail M. Elsayed

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