Case Study: Increasing the supply chain agility for PPE during COVID-19 response

The objective of this document is to disseminate the experience of the Spanish Red Cross (Spanish RC) in the face of the importation of large volumes of humanitarian aid during the emergency phase in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, so that it can serve as a reference, source of inspiration or help to other Red Cross and Red Crescent National Societies that are immersed in similar situations, or wish to reflect on their readiness levels for possible similar future scenarios.

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