"I'm changed, I'm transformed. And people around me say that they can see it."
Mashlm04 alumni Farai Tumbare has been working with WHO as a logistics officer in Sierra Leone, dealing with the Ebola crisis.
Eleven students from the 5th MASHLM cohort celebrated their graduation with a ceremony in Lugano, Switzerland.
Paulo Gonçalves has been invited to speak at the 2nd Humanitarian Logistics Workshop in Rio de Janeiro on October 6, 2014.
SwissLeg has made it into the TOP 100 Startups 2014, competing against 100,000 new companies in Switzerland,
Professor Uday Apte has been named Distinguished Professor at the Graduate School of Business & Public Policy, Naval Postgraduate School.
MASHLM 05 student Chris Liswaniso is a key member of the WFP team delivering mosquito nets in Zambia.
Mohammad Moshtari has received the runner-up award for best paper at the POMS conference.
Jules Pieters has been named a Knight in the Order of Orange-Nassau.
The Humanitarian Summer School will offer two new sessions for 2014.
IOM Iraq, SwissLeg, and USI were proud sponsors of the Palestinian Children’s relief Fund (PCRF) "Climb of Hope."
MASHLM 05's Sando N. Dogba is now the logistics manager for the Danish Refugee Council, based in Kabul, Afghanistan.
The Fondazione del Ceresio board met with MASHLM 05 scholarship winners.
MASHLM 05's Kamdem T Simplice has been promoted, MASHLM 03's Patrick Efinda has joined UNICEF in Bangui.
MASHLM 05 and 06 students began the Jan 2014 session learning how to play The Beer Game.