Ciidmada Badda ee Mareykanka oo ka furay Isbitaal ay ka dhiseen Tuulada Ali Oune ee Dalka Jabuuti

Ciidmada Badda ee Mareykanka oo ka furay Isbitaal ay ka dhiseen Tuulada Ali Oune ee Dalka Jabuuti

February 14, 2019 0 By walaal24

 

Ciidamada Badda ee Maraykanka oo ka tirsan Ciidamada Nabadgalyada ee Naval Mobile 1, oo loo xilsaaray Howlgalka Wadajirka ah ee Geeska Afrika, ayaa ku wareejiyey cusbitaalka cusub ee Ali Oune Medial Hospital oo laga dhisay Tuulada Ali Oune ee  Dalka Jabuuti  ayaa xariga looga jaray xarunta caafimaadka Jan. 31.

Xarunta baaxadeeda la’eg  2,900 square-foot, oo dhismayaal ay ku qaadatay dhismaheeda shan bilood, waxaa loogu talagalay in lagu hormariyo Wasaaradda Caafimaadka si ay u bixiso awooda aasaasiga ah ee caafimaadka, dhalashada iyo daryeelka kadib Tuulada Ali Oune iyo in ka badan 1,000 qof ayaa deggan tuulada iyo derisna la’ah dad reer baadiya ah .

U.S. Navy Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 1, assigned to Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa, pose for a group photo during the Ali Oune Medial Clinic ribbon cutting ceremony in Ali Oune, Djibouti, Jan. 31, 2019. The clinic, which the Seabees have worked on for five months, is intended to enhance the Ministry of Health for Djibouti’s ability to provide basic medical, birth and after care to the Ali Oune village and its more than 1,000 residents and rural neighbors. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Shawn Nickel)

 

“Caafimaadka waa mid muhiim u ah maanta iyo mustaqbalka Tuulada Ali Oune ee dalka Jabuuti,” ayuu yiri Alexander Hamilton, oo ah wakiilka Maraykanka u fadhiya Jabuuti, isagoo hadal ka jeediyay furitaanka Isbitaalka. “Waad ku mahadsantihiin millatariga Maraykanka si loo helo arrintan.”

Jabuuti ayaa leh mid ka mid ah heerarka dhimashada hooyada ee ugu sarreeya waddamada Afrika, sida lagu sheegay daraasad uu sameeyay UNICEF. Sababaha ugu weyn ee dhimashada caruurta da’doodu ka yar tahay 5 sano waa kuwa dhalmada ka mid ah oo ay ka mid yihiin infekshinka, uurka, asphyxia, infekshannada neefsashada, shubanka, duumada iyo nafaqo-xumada.

U.S. Army Maj. Gen. James D. Craig, commanding general, Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA), walks with Djiboutian government officials during the Ali Oune Medial Clinic ribbon cutting ceremony in Ali Oune, Djibouti, Jan. 31, 2019. The clinic, which U.S. Navy Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 1, assigned to CJTF-HOA, have been working to complete for five months, is intended to enhance the Ministry of Health for Djibouti’s ability to provide basic medical, birth and after care to the Ali Oune village and its more than 1,000 residents and rural neighbors. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Shawn Nickel)

Madaxa  CJTF-HOA iyo Camp Lemonnier, Hogaamiye Dowlada Jabuuti, iyo hoggaamiyeyaasha dowladda Mareykanka ayaa ka soo qayb-galay xafladda.

Mashaariicda sida rugta caafimaadka dumarka maaha oo kaliya in ay yareyso heerarka dhimashada ee hooyooyinka iyo dhallaanka labadaba, laakiin sidoo kale waxay dhisi doonaan xiriirka bulshada.

“Dhalashada dhalashadu maaha wax fudud, iyo meesha ay taariikh ahaan dhalayaan halkan waa halis,” ayuu yiri Sargaaka Mariam Cherif, oo loo xilsaaray dhismayaasha NMCB 1 iyo mid ka mid ah haweenka kaliya ee Sailors ee ka shaqeynaya rugta caafimaadka ee sidoo kale buuxineysa doorka turjumaanka. “Waxay iga dhigantahay inaan ku faraxsanahay inaan sidan u sameeyo.”

Djiboutian citizens greet military leaders during the Ali Oune Medial Clinic ribbon cutting ceremony in Ali Oune, Djibouti, Jan. 31, 2019. The clinic, which the U.S. Navy Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 1, Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa, have been working to complete for five months, is intended to enhance the Ministry of Health for Djibouti’s ability to provide basic medical, birth and after care to the Ali Oune village and its more than 1,000 residents and rural neighbors. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Shawn Nickel)

Cali Oune oo ah soddon kiilomitir u jirta magaalada Jabuuti, waxaa kaliya oo laga heli karaa waddo yar, kaas oo ay jari karaan roobab, isla markaana waxaa lagu tiriyaa socodka caamka ah ee dhagaxyada waaweyn. Maaha wax aan caadi ahayn in la arko gawaarida la riixay ama kuwa naafada ah ee wadada. Tani waxay keentay caqabado dhinaca saadka ah oo loogu talagalay 34 dhismayaa oo ku noolaa goobta muddo shan bilood ah.

“Qaadashada qalabka halkan, iyo kulaylka, waa mid ka mid ah caqabadaha,” ayuu yiri Lt. Cmdr. Matthew Baird, oo faahfaahin ka bixiyay sarkaal masuul ah, NMCB 1. “dhismayaalka ayaa inkastoo ay sameeyeen wixii ay u baahnaayeen si ay ula qabsadaan dabeecad weyn iyo xawaaraha aan horay loo arag. Waan ku faraxsanahay shaqada ay qabteen halkan. In la ogaado in aan gaarsiino jiilalka soo socda oo aan siin karno bilow fiican dhalashada waa abaalmarinta shaqada oo dhan. ”

U.S. Navy Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 1, assigned to Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa, stand in formation during the Ali Oune Medial Clinic ribbon cutting ceremony in Ali Oune, Djibouti, Jan. 31, 2019. The clinic, which the Seabees have worked on for five months, is intended to enhance the Ministry of Health for Djibouti’s ability to provide basic medical, birth and after care to the Ali Oune village and its more than 1,000 residents and rural neighbors. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Shawn Nickel)

Djiboutian citizens clap during the Ali Oune Medial Clinic ribbon cutting ceremony in Ali Oune, Djibouti, Jan. 31, 2019. The clinic, which U.S. Navy Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 1, assigned to CJTF-HOA, have been working to complete for five months, is intended to enhance the Ministry of Health for Djibouti’s ability to provide basic medical, birth and after care to the Ali Oune village and its more than 1,000 residents and rural neighbors. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Shawn Nickel)

U.S. Navy Lt. Mellany George, an engineering project manager assigned to Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA), laughs as she dances with Djiboutian citizens before the Ali Oune Medial Clinic ribbon cutting ceremony in Ali Oune, Djibouti, Jan. 31, 2019. The clinic, which U.S. Navy Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 1, assigned to CJTF-HOA, have been working to complete for five months, is intended to enhance the Ministry of Health for Djibouti’s ability to provide basic medical, birth and after care to the Ali Oune village and its more than 1,000 residents and rural neighbors. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Shawn Nickel)