Certificate of Achievement

Mary Templeman Hogg - O'Rourke

has completed the following course:

Introduction to Humanitarian Logistics

Hanken School of Economics

The course explored how to manage the logistics of providing humanitarian relief and the logistical concepts and principles that are applied in humanitarian operations. It presents the importance of supply chain management and explains how contextual differences alter the requirements of logistics management during aid operations. The course covers topics such as characteristics and management of humanitarian Supply Chains, relationships, services, security, technology and sustainability.

2 weeks, 3 hours per week

Gyöngyi Kovacs

Ph.D., Erkko Professor in Humanitarian Logistics

Hanken School of Economics

Diego Vega

Ph.D., Assistant Professor in Supply Chain Management and Social Responsibility

Hanken School of Economics


Learning outcomes

  • Describe the characteristics of the humanitarian context
  • Explain how humanitarian relief is provided
  • Identify the role of logistics in humanitarian relief
  • Apply logistical principles and concepts to the humanitarian context


  • Humanitarian logistics and humanitarian supply chains
  • Logistics services
  • Risk and resilience
  • Sustainability issues
  • Future trends

Issued on 14th April 2022

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Free online course:

Introduction to Humanitarian Logistics

Hanken School of Economics