For education programs across Africa, Asia, and South America, Logenix has kitted, delivered and distributed a wide supply of textbooks and teaching materials.
Logenix transported commodities which included thousands of bags of corn feed, thousands of bags of potato seeds and soil test kits. The project objectives of WINNER were to increase agricultural productivity, improve watershed stability, and strengthen agricultural markets.
On the behalf of AHSE, Logenix delivered A/V equipment, computer and IT equipment, work tools, and other commodities to various project sites. The AHSE project sought to improve Ethiopia’s health sector by building the capacity of local institutions to provide quality assurance and control, as well as services for construction, renovation, and maintenance of health centers and other facilities.
For this project, Logenix shipped computer equipment, GPS units, satellite phones, office equipment and supplies to Kabul, Afghanistan. The goal of TAFA was to generate economic growth, trade, and investment by improving conditions for international trade and transit.
Logenix delivered cameras, books, and IT equipment to and from Gaborone, Botswana. SAREP improved access to safe drinking water for people living in the Okavango River Basin.
For this program, Logenix sent seat belt assemblies, computer equipment, and other commodities to Afghanistan’s Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry in Kabul. The objective of RAMP was to improve food security and increase rural incomes by introducing practical methods for increasing crop and livestock productivity.
Shipments Logenix made on behalf of this program consisted of small water craft, underwater survey equipment, GPS units, camera equipment, computers and accessories. The Water Resource Management Project provided technical assistance, training, equipment, and the materials needed to enable water user participation and to advance decentralization of water management to the district level. The project was overseen by the Ministry of Water Resources & Irrigation in Egypt.
Logenix provided logistics support to this program and transported water metering systems, tools, batteries, flow meters and IT equipment using both air and ocean freight. GMED was initiated to help the Water Authority of Jordan (WAJ) to streamline its internal management systems and improve its capability to monitor and enforce private groundwater regulation, licensing, drilling and abstractions.
For this project, Logenix transported IT equipment, battery packs, pipe conditioning kits, ad other commodities related to city sanitation and water systems to Giza, Egypt. The purpose of the Secondary Cities Project is to expand and develop reliable wastewater facilities in selected urban centers of Egypt for improved health and living conditions.
In support of this program, Logenix transported electrical supplies, power analyzers, and water testing equipment. The Wastewater Sector Support Project improved the institutional framework for water and sanitation service delivery in Egypt and increased the quality of, and access to, these services for the Egyptian public.