driven by Kelli Saunders | November 5, 2015 | 016 Miscellaneous
Hello everyone! This week we are looking into the Millenium Development Goals which shed a bit of light onto the humanitarian aspect of logistics.
We hope this eBook gives you insight on the importance of strong supply networks, and the role logistics play in achieving these goals.
Looking Back on The Millenium Development Goals
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