Aid/NGO worker based in the field, Aid/NGO worker based in HQ or a Regional Office, Consultant, Student, Researcher, Aid Critic, Skeptic
I have been an aid logistician since 2001, when I swapped my comfortable life in the corporate sector for a less comfortable but more rewarding career in aid work. Since then, I have worked as a field logistician, logistics coordinator, logistics consultant, and country manager. I have been involved in planning, implementation, and management of logistics systems as small as a single health structure, and as big as the health system of an entire country (pop. 75 million). And surprisingly, I still love what I am doing.
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moving the twitter discussion here instead of beta forum.
cool..thanks man. will try out seesmic and see if it's enough or tooo much for me. I have a loggie soft spot after knocking heads with them for YEARS. But we get each other now. What are u up to these days?