Serious Table Talks against Disruption of Relief & Recovery Operations

Mooneh was recently part of conducting an extensive table discussion on how creating and enhancing infrastructures can mitigate the effects of wars and disasters.Mooneh’s approach in the discussions was to engineer novel proactive plans and advance the implementation of relief operations.


The discussions further involved logistical aspects of a disaster management system entailing the multiple activities of procuring storing, and transporting food, water, medicine, as well as other supplies in addition to human resources, necessary machinery and equipments not counting the injured before and after disasters strike.

Mooneh views the current flailing logistics infrastructure in the humanitarian context as a newborn demanding considerable attention from key stakeholders in the field. During those talks, Mooneh considered the reasons for this predicament, including the need for new capable logistics systems that can deal with the different kinds of disasters, wars, as well as mishaps and their effects on human lives and economies.

Estimations that the number of both natural and human-made disasters will increase fivefold over the next 50 years, means that Mooneh as well as other partners in the humanitarian field therefore need to be very well prepared and equipped to rise up to the challenges facing them in the not so far future.