The Yogyakarta Earthquake: IFRC’s First Experiences with the Decentralized Supply Chain Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

"On May 27th, 2006, a disastrous earthquake hit the Indonesian island of Java. The Indonesian Red Cross, Palang Merah Indonesia (PMI), set up a relief operation in the state of Yogyakarta. The NGO had already had prolonged experience in the disaster aid, having fought with two tsunamis as well as a volcanic eruption two months before during the preceding year.

This operation, however, was somewhat different. PMI's aid operation in Yogyakarta was the first of the national societies of the IFRC to enjoy the support provided by the brand new RLU in Kuala Lumpur.

The case looks back over ten years, following the significant changes that supply chain decentralisation and also the challenges thrown up by the method of creating the RLUs. It is the closing element of a streak of three case studies on the reorganization of the IFRC supply chain "

The Yogyakarta Earthquake IFRC's First Experiences with the Decentralized Supply Chain Case Study Solution

PUBLICATION DATE: January 25, 2011 PRODUCT #: INS225-PDF-ENG

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