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This study investigate and construct a performance measurement framework for Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management (HLSCM). By utilizing the secondary data a qualitative methodology has been applied and has identified the critical factors which counted most in the HLSCM performance e.g. block chain technology, transparency, public trust, coordination and traceability. The findings of this study will be useful for the HLSCM scholars, humanitarian organizations, and public and private organizations and service providers. Additionally, the rapidly shifting settings and situations demand that all stakeholders shall collaborate effectively either the situation is disasters’ or normal. This research contributes significantly and effectively to the body of knowledge on humanitarian logistics and supply chain supply and it is a strong contender to spread the word about swift, equitable, and secure humanitarian logistics to identify knowledge gaps and to open doors for future studies.
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