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Humanitarian Aid Network

A Patient-Centric Network Designed for the Unique Challenges of Africa

Putting the Patient First

The Humanitarian Aid Network is a patient-centric network, providing visibility and collaboration across extended and complex supply chains. It can be used by Donors, Ministries of Health, Pharmaceutical Suppliers, Faith-Based, and Private Sector organizations.

The Humanitarian Aid Network is a powerful, yet flexible solution for managing humanitarian and pharmaceutical supply chains. It has been deployed for clients as a transportation visibility network, 4PL control tower, and a country-wide eLMIS. One Network Enterprises multiparty network provides the foundation for transformation in Rwanda, Ghana and Nigeria.


Seamless Visibility and Collaboration

This cloud-based Humanitarian Aid Network is purpose-built to plan and manage the multiparty value chain processes engaged in supply chain operations. The unique architecture enables multiple parties to work together across silos by integrating essential data in the supply and demand process, and bringing visibility to status, performance and results.

The Humanitarian Aid industry core at the heart of the network, supports the unique processes, data formats and transactions sets found in the pharmaceutical supply chain, enabling organizations to quickly implement industry best practices. The One Network platform is fully GS1 enabled, and supports serialized tracking and product recalls.

Supply Chain Management in Africa
Control Tower for Pharmaceutical Supply Chain in Africa

Never Legacy

One of the unique features of the architecture is the concept of “never legacy.” This simply means that all clients remain on the latest version of the solution, which is managed, enhanced and upgraded as part of the service.

The Humanitarian Aid Network in Action


  • eLMIS benefiting 47 hospitals, 30 district pharmacies, and 529 health centers
  • One Network and Imperial Logistics
Ghana - Humanitarian Aid Supply Chain


  • Transportation visibility to the last mile, two regions (MOH depot Imperial Logistics)
  • eLMIS benefiting two depots, 10x region stores, and 456 hospitals (MOH)
  • One Network and Imperial Logistics
Nigeria - Humanitarian Aid Supply Chain


  • Transportation visibility to last mile, supporting 17 warehouses and distribution centers, along with 19,000 health facilities
  • One Network
Vitalliance | The Humanitarian and Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Solved.

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Solutions & Services

Learn more about Vitalliance’s comprehensive solutions and services for the Humanitarian Aid and Pharmaceutical Supply Chains.