Public health logisticians have a critical but often undervalued role in providing life-saving health services. Especially in developing countries, supply chain management is often not recognized as a profession that requires specialized training. The International Association of Public Health Logisticians was established in 2007 to promote the professionalization of the field of public health logistics through education and information sharing. The association supports logisticians worldwide by providing a forum for members to network, exchange ideas, and improve skills. Members come from nearly 140 countries, a variety of professional backgrounds, and represent all levels of the supply chain.
A world where strong and well-run supply chains reach all people with life-saving health products.
To enable people working in public health supply chains, especially in the global south, to connect, learn, and succeed.