Humanitarian supply chain is a complex network of different stakeholders and unpredictable situations that make the delivery process all the more important to focus. When multiple agencies are involved in relief aid providers, the strength and mainstream focus on the primary result of delivering the relief aid to the victims becomes obscure. The humanitarian needs is unfortunately becoming constant in different parts of the world, and this requires more agencies and stakeholders to come together to accomplish the end result of supporting the victims. The aid providers must ensure a sublime and agile delivery network that works on result as its primary motive so that the differences do not outweigh the similarities. The humanitarian aid providers must make the process more engaging with all stakeholders so that the end result of victim protection is gained with efficiency. It is recommended that the aid providers make the most of the distribution methods which are equitable, and the processes more natural and not rigidly strategized. It is also suggested that information network is supremely contained within the context of sensing probabilities of disaster events, so that the prime aim of reaching out to all the victims is possible with minimum intervention of backward disruption.