Supply Chain & Procurement

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IBTCI has specialized in monitoring and verifying supply chains, presenting dashboards for donors, involving various humanitarian supplies in the field.  IBTCI has assessed the management and storage of therapeutic goods, goods and Tuberculosis supplies in countries like Yemen, Ethiopia and Syria.  Currently, IBTCi is exploring innovations in logistics and strategic risk mitigation using cutting-edge technologies, including warehouse sensors, bluetooth low-energy beacons, drones and satellite imagery.

IBTCI has expertise in procurement of goods and services and has provided technical assistance to improve procurement processes of partner agencies.   IBTCI’s research with the MCC has helped the MCC in improving the design of its partner’s procurements.

Capabilities in

Supply Chain & Procurement

  • Risk Analysis for Forecasting & Supply Planning

  • Warehouse & Inventory Management

  • Data Visibility

  • Distribution

  • “Last Mile” Measurements

Risk Analysis for Forecasting & Supply Planning

our team and partners are able to bring a range of software tools and analytic frameworks for providing strategic risk oversight of supply chains.

Warehouse & Inventory Management

Our team has expertise in warehouse and inventory management, including stacking, fire prevention, rodent mitigation, first-in/first-out methods and good record keeping.

Data Visibility

Our team’s creation of dashboards and knowledge management portals generate maps and data visualizations so that implementers and donors can see the trends and patterns of stocks and delivery.


Our teams have been active in visiting distribution points in Ethiopia, Yemen, Somalia and other countries. We have conducted thousands of post-distribution surveys to understand the patterns of distribution in different supplies and services.

“Last Mile” Measurements

From our extensive field-level verification, research, monitoring and analysis of clinics, food aid warehouses and food distribution points, and other aid supply chains to work with governments and implementers to improve transport and delivery in a timely manner.