عنوان مقاله [English]
Following catastrophic events, there are numerous organizations for general health and relief for disaster victims. However, the lack of coordination between them makes the operation of relief operations difficult. This research is designed to extract and prioritize humanitarian supply chain barriers and is divided into three general stages. At first, the barriers to implementation were identified through the study of the literature of the subject and then co-ordinated with the symposium of the scholars. These barriers are classified into five categories: barriers to human resources, structural barriers, technological barriers, cultural barriers, and financial barriers. In the second step, the research questionnaire was designed, tested and improved so that the views of the managers involved in the disaster relief operation were included. At the last step, barriers were prioritized based on their severity importance using the network analysis process. The results indicate that lack of budget estimation, lack of estimation of needs and inadequate state support are important barriers. This means that in order to overcome barriers to implementing the supply chain, the first step should be to address these issues. The findings of this study provide clear guidelines on supply chain implementation, providing a more efficient, robust and systematic approach to supply chain barriers.