Women's Health Program session at the Dikhil Education Center, Djibouti

U.S. Army Maj. Timothy Whoolery checks the blood pressure of Kadija Omar Arreh during a Dikhil Women's Health Program session at the Dikhil Education Center, Djibouti, Jan. 28, 2014. Forty Dikhil region women participated in the program with the 443rd Civil Affairs Battalion, sharing best health practices covering general health and dental care, basic first aid, CPR, treatment of animal bites and stings, as well as good nutrition and prenatal care. Whooley is the 443rd CA BN functional specialty team officer-in-charge.

U.S. Army Maj. Timothy Whoolery checks the blood pressure of Kadija Omar Arreh during a Dikhil Women's Health Program session at the Dikhil Education Center, Djibouti, Jan. 28, 2014. Forty Dikhil region women participated in the program with the 443rd Civil Affairs Battalion, sharing best health practices covering general health and dental care, basic first aid, CPR, treatment of animal bites and stings, as well as good nutrition and prenatal care. Whooley is the 443rd CA BN functional specialty team officer-in-charge.

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