Deptuy Chief of Mission receives gift after clinic opening

Julie Stufft, U.S. Embassy-Djibouti, Deputy Chief of Mission, receives a gift from Sankal officials after the Sankal Health Clinic opening ceremony in Djibouti, Feb. 13, 2014.

Julie Stufft, U.S. Embassy-Djibouti, Deputy Chief of Mission, receives a gift from Sankal officials after the Sankal Health Clinic opening ceremony in Djibouti, Feb. 13, 2014. The $322,000 facility includes a, maternity center, living quarters for duty nurses, an incinerator and three cisterns. Solar panels were also installed for electricity, and a water distribution system was connected to the village's existing water supply system The U.S. has supported more than 90 percent of all World Health Clinics in Djibouti. 

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