Get involved

As a cooperative, hulo works with a wide range of stakeholders, including international and local humanitarian organisations, academic institutions and the private sector. We bring together a diverse group of actors to build comprehensive solutions and pursue a common goal.

Humanitarian actors can engage with hulo in multiple ways – in the field, at the regional level, and internationally. With both members and external participants, we bring together all interested parties to benefit from Joint Initiatives, our expertise, and institutional network. 

How to work with us

You can collaborate with hulo by becoming a member, participant, employee, academic partner, or by participating in a private sector engagement. Learn more about these engagements below.

Become a member

Member organisations are co-owners of the Humanitarian Logistics (hulo) Cooperative.
Members are fully engaged with the hulo ecosystem, bringing the hulo approach into their organisation. They commit to integrating Joint Initiatives into their logistics practices and collaborate with other Members in advancing advocacy priorities.  Founding members are at the heart of the hulo governance and encourage new members to get involved at all levels to steer hulo and the humanitarian logistics community towards more efficiency and solidarity.
By becoming a member, your organisation will position itself among the leading organisations in a highly innovative project, with access to an ever-increasing ecosystem of donors, researchers, key stakeholders and decision-makers.
Learn about our governance

Become a participant

Participating organisations are actors that voluntarily work with hulo on Joint Initiatives on an ad hoc basis in the field. In hulo countries of intervention, participants can join forces for Joint Procurement, Joint Transport and Joint HR Initiatives, reaching better financial and quality conditions for their projects. Our initiatives are open to all interested humanitarian organisations.


Participants sign project charters in each country to define the terms of the collaboration. Hulo’s local and regional engagement committees allow participants to discuss challenges and select priority projects. Each participant is then free to choose and get involved in the Joint Initiatives that respond to their needs.

Actual participants

Join the team

We are building a diverse, international, and responsive team that collaborates across the world to improve humanitarian logistics. We seek dynamic and engaged people who are engaged in humanitarian aid, digital tools, supply chain management, and support functions.

Position

Contract type

Location

Offer link

Position

Coordinateur Développement Back-End Node.js (H/F)

Contract type

CDI

Location

France

Position

Country Coordinator – DRC

Contract type

12 month CDD

Location

DRC

Position

Grants and Reporting Officer

Contract type

12 to 18 month CDD

Location

France

Position

Administrateur Plateforme interONG Shared Resources (H/F)

Contract type

CDD ou COD

Location

France

Position

Chargé de recette fonctionnelle pour le SI « Link V2 » (H/F)

Contract type

Contrat à Objet Défini (COD) de 18 à 36 mois

Location

France

Position

Analyste fonctionnel pour le SI « Link V2 » (H/F)

Contract type

Contrat à Objet Défini (COD) de 18 à 36 mois

Location

France

Hulo welcomes spontaneous applications

Please send your CV and cover letter to: recruitment@hulo.coop

Academic projects

To facilitate innovation in the humanitarian sector, hulo collaborates frequently with academic institutions and partners and specialised partners. In particular, we work on humanitarian supply chain, the advantages of resource pooling and the impacts of our Joint Initiatives. By analysing our members and participants’ procurement data, we are in unique position to help researchers gain insight into how to streamline and improve humanitarian aid and logistics.
The Business Analytics and Research department is open to collaboration with partners working on these topics, whether to join existing research initiatives or to propose new avenues of inquiry. 

Private sector engagement

We believe there are many interesting opportunities to engage with the private sector yet to be explored. Sharing lessons learned with private sector actors is key to improving humanitarian aid and services. We build partnerships with companies and private foundations based on mutual interest and ethical humanitarian principles.
Private sector entities can engage with hulo:

  • Developing specific partnerships to the benefit aid organisations and beneficiaries throughout the world.
  • Offering Pro bono support (goods or services) on a case-by-case scenario.

Digital solutions

Download Shared Resources

Learn more about Shared Resources.

Request a demonstration of LINK

Request a demonstration of our Humanitarian Supply Chain Management Software LINK and be the first to learn about LINK V2.

Use Transport by hulo

Sign up for Transport by hulo or contact us for more information.