Training session at the World Health Organization Djibouti Headquarters (1 of 8)

Adel Saleh, United Nations World Food Program administrator and finance officer, left, helps Noumind Aboububenkako, U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization, put on a helmet during a training session at the World Health Organization (WHO), Djibouti Headquarters (HQ), Jan. 22, 2014. Members of the 443rd Civil Affairs Battalion’s functional specialty team (Fx SP) trained representatives from multiple U.N. agencies on trauma care during a four-day course at the WHO HQ. The three-person Fx SP is part of the Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa.

Adel Saleh, United Nations World Food Program administrator and finance officer, left, helps Noumind Aboububenkako, U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization, put on a helmet during a training session at the World Health Organization (WHO), Djibouti Headquarters (HQ), Jan. 22, 2014. Members of the 443rd Civil Affairs Battalion’s functional specialty team (Fx SP) trained representatives from multiple U.N. agencies on trauma care during a four-day course at the WHO HQ. The three-person Fx SP is part of the Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa.

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