The kind of foods that are delivered by the aid providers must have more shelf life than shorter life span of perishable goods. The aid providers must ensure to include more cost effective but equal nutrition providing cheaper foods that may include vegetables and fruits in some form having longer shelf life. These reduce cost of aid provisions, cost of transportation, and enhance the outreach and survival rates of victims. These and many other approaches are under effect and implementation that are essentially undertaken in different kinds of humanitarian relief aids, and these are to be re-strategized and continuously orchestrated to make its far outreaching outcomes more rewarding to the disadvantaged victims.
suggested the use of competitive, authoritative, and collaborative strategies that can provide more inputs into the operative and strategically preparation of aid provision. Competitive strategies can come from vigorously analysing past failures, assessment failure, and delivery failure. These provide a deep insight into how one can improve their efficiency and the way every new opportunity can be adopted flexibly. Authoritative strategies can provide more insight into how over intervention by multiple authorities can reduce delivery efficiency and employee productivity. These provide more insight into effective intermixing and using opportunities of each stakeholder’s inherent core competencies. Collaborative strategies are important in bonding the stakeholders together even in difficult times, and keeps all members focused on the solution and end result of delivery rather than wasting time on enlarging differences by stressing more on their own stand. Collaboration between different stakeholders is essential in effective delivery of relief aid, as the supply chain’s survival and operations is dependent only on the thriving an extension of the strength of the nodes within the supply chain.