A U.S. Army Soldier deployed to Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa and more than 40 members of the Africa Union Mission to Somalia (AMISOM) gathered for a sharing of best practices for mental health Oct. 10, 2016, in Mogadishu, Somalia.
Recently, at the Africa Center for Strategic Studies Managing Security Resources in Africa Seminar, representatives from the Republic of Djibouti, Republic of Kenya, Somalia, Republic of Tanzania, Republic of Uganda, coalition partners, The East African Community and The United States met to discuss strategic security studies, research, and outreach activities in Africa.
Uganda People's Defence Force, African Union Mission to Somalia makes a difference by providing health, education and infrastructure development assistance in Barawe, Somalia.
More than 22,000 military and law enforcement personnel from across East Africa are participating in the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM). Leading these and other African Union (AU) forces are officers from countries throughout Africa, and helping to make this level of cooperation possible is the Africa Contingency Operations Training & Assistance (ACOTA) Force Headquarters Training.
Cheryl Sim, CJTF-HOA foreign affairs advisor, will be departing on Feb. 27 after seven months of service advising the CJTF-HOA commander on foreign policy issues.