U.S. Africa Command Special Operations Forces host medical civic action program in Ghana
U.S. Army Civil Affairs members, assigned to the 91st Civil Affairs Battalion, and Ghanaian soldiers provided a range of medical services to a diverse set of patients to include young children and the elderly. The team performed medical examinations and diagnostic care, and prescribed medications.
Civil Affairs soldiers conduct English discussion groups in Djibouti
U.S. Army Soldiers with Civil Affairs East Africa (CA-EA), a forward deployed element of Southern European Task Force - Africa (SETAF-AF) in support of Combined Joint Task Force – Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA), participated in information exchanges called English discussion groups (EDG) at schools and learning centers in Djibouti.
Nigerien and U.S. forces mark a series of firsts for Humanitarian Aid operations at Airbase 201
The aid delivery was the first combined operation out of Airbase 201 between U.S. Civil Affairs and their recently formed Forces Armees Nigeriennes (FAN) counterpart, the Action Civil‐Militaire (ACM). It also marked the ACM’s inaugural humanitarian aid delivery from Airbase 201.