the 7th

Africa Logistics Conference

02 to 03 October 2019 | Trademark Hotel | Nairobi

The 7th Africa Logistics Conference (ALC7) was a two-day event, filled with interactive sessions where leading experts discussed the impact of changes in physical infrastructures and digital networks on the Africa supply network. Follow the link below to read the report of the ALC7 and check this space for the announcement of the place and date of the next conference.

Theme 1: Physical Infrastructure

What changes will impact on transport and logistics infrastructures in Africa? How will these affect humanitarian and development supply networks?

Theme 2: Digital Infrastructure

How will digital platforms and new analytical models enable humanitarian and development supply chains to lift people out of poverty?

Theme 3: People Networks

How will future networks of people be enabled to ensure positive impact? How will industry link to academia to ensure the right talent comes through and ensure gender equity?

Theme 4: Thematic Networks

How will organizations who strive for better food security, improved medical supply chain effectiveness and environmental sustainability engage with infrastructural and digital changes?

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Speakers

Abhishek Sharma, Senior Director of Transport, TradeMark East Africa

Physical Infrastructure
Abhishek Sharma, Senior Director of Transport, TradeMark East Africa

Dr. Lester Shawa, University of KwaZulu Natal

People Networks
Dr. Lester Shawa, University of KwaZulu Natal

Dr. X.N. Iraki, University of Nairobi

People Networks
Dr. X.N. Iraki, University of Nairobi

Dr. Matama Rogers, Makerere University

People Networks
Dr. Matama Rogers, Makerere University

Ms. Pamela Steele, Pam Steele Associates

People Networks
Ms. Pamela Steele, Pam Steele Associates

Ms. Phoebe Kung’u, International Rescue Committee

People Networks
Ms. Phoebe Kung’u, International Rescue Committee

Ms. Samira Low, DHL

People Networks
Ms. Samira Low, DHL

Eva Mwai, North Star Alliance

People Networks
Eva Mwai, North Star Alliance

Ms. Codou Ndiaye, Dimagi

Digital Networks
Ms. Codou Ndiaye, Dimagi

Dr. Gladness Salema, University of Dar Es Salaam

People Networks
Dr. Gladness Salema, University of Dar Es Salaam

why

You Should Attend

​The annual Africa Logistics Conference (ALC) brings together local and regional researchers, business leaders and professionals from humanitarian, government, donor, academic and private sectors to share knowledge on issues, trends and opportunities related to supply chain networks in the context of humanitarian assistance in East Africa. ​In the past new partnerships and projects have been created. The involvement of students from local universities ensures young talent is motivated to engage in humanitarian issues and seek opportunities in the supply chain industry.

Watch our ALC7 video or read the ALC7 report to learn more about last year’s event highlights.

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