The HELIOS Foundation

Our purpose

The Foundation was established to provide long term stability for HELIOS and the user group and to enable fund raising for collaborative development.

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Why Automate?

It is only over the past 10 years that the humanitarian sector has begun to adopt supply chain disciplines to drive efficiencies. So why automate the supply chain?

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Technology

HELIOS software is the offshoot of a collaborative effort by the humanitarian sector to design, develop, and implement the next generation of sector specific Supply Chain Management.

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Latest news

  Visualizing Supply Chains in Distress (2014-10-30)

There is no better way to show the impact of major disruptions on supply chains than to convey the level of risk involved through a clear, impactful, visual device. MIT CTL researchers Ranjana Ma...

  Liberia: WFP West Africa Ebola Response Situation Report #10, 29 October 2014 (2014-10-29)

Source: World Food Programme Country: Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone In numbers To date, in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone: 15,438 mt of food delivered to 1.1 mill...

  Revealed: Asian slave labour producing prawns for supermarkets in US, UK (2014-06-10)

Thai 'ghost ships' that enslave and even kill workers are linked to global shrimp supply chain, Guardian investigation discovers Trafficked into slavery on Thai trawlers to catch food for prawn...