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Supporting Our Members in Ukraine

CIPS 17 March 2022

The current conflict in Ukraine continues to devastate many lives with ramifications felt around the world.  As a Professional body and educator CIPS will support its members in Ukraine, especially those students who may have had their educational journey disrupted as a result of the crisis.  CIPS is also supporting Procure4Peace.org  - a not for profit initiative enabling the global procurement community to source and supply the help needed in Ukraine.

Malcolm Harrison, Group CEO, CIPS said

 “The horror that is taking place before us in Ukraine renders all of us speechless. As communities across the world rally to do what they can to support displaced men, women and children, the procurement community can also play its part. 

“We must ensure supply lines remain open, new networks are developed ensuring vital items continue to reach those in need, and do what we can to keep that supply chain infrastructure moving. 

“This will be a collective effort amongst procurement and supply professionals and we must pull together to pool our knowledge, expertise and our ability to help. We are a powerful profession and I have no doubt we will stand up to offer our support when it is needed most.”

For further resources visit The CIPS Knowledge area – a library of professional resources to help members.

For latest news on the crisis please visit Supply Management

Malcolm Harrison, Group CEO, CIPS said

Harrison said: “The horror that is unfolding before us in Ukraine renders all of us speechless. As communities across the world rally to do what they can to support displaced men, women and children, the procurement community can also play its part. 

“We must ensure supply lines remain open, new networks are developed ensuring vital items continue to reach those in need, and do what we can to keep that supply chain infrastructure moving. 

“This will be a collective effort amongst procurement and supply professionals and we must pull together to pool our knowledge, expertise and our ability to help. We are a powerful profession and I have no doubt we will stand up to offer our support when it is needed most.”

For further resources visit The CIPS Knowledge area – a library of professional resources to help members.

 

For latest news on the crisis please visit Supply Management

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