The HELIOS Foundation

Our purpose

The Foundation was established to provide long term stability for HELIOS and the user group and to enable fund raising for collaborative development.


Why Automate?

It is only over the past 10 years that the humanitarian sector has begun to adopt supply chain disciplines to drive efficiencies. So why automate the supply chain?



HELIOS software is the offshoot of a collaborative effort by the humanitarian sector to design, develop, and implement the next generation of sector specific Supply Chain Management.


Latest news

  Mali: Mali confirms its first case of Ebola (2014-10-25)

Source: World Health Organization Country: Mali Ebola situation assessment - 24 October 2014 Mali’s Ministry of Health has confirmed the country’s first case of Ebola virus disease...

  Travel Bans and Stockpiling Can Cripple the Ebola Response Supply Chain (2014-10-23)

Originally posted on Humanitarian@MIT : By Jarrod Goentzel Fear of an Ebola outbreak in the United States has spurred two key proposals for preventing the spread of this deadly disease: travel b...

  Revealed: Asian slave labour producing prawns for supermarkets in US, UK (2014-06-10)

Thai 'ghost ships' that enslave and even kill workers are linked to global shrimp supply chain, Guardian investigation discovers Trafficked into slavery on Thai trawlers to catch food for prawn...