• UNDP Djibouti: Supporting health system strengthening

    Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the top 10 causes of death worldwide. Finding the people who fail to be diagnosed, treated or reported is a major challenge in the fight against TB, and contributes to the growing problem of drug-resistant TB. The government of Djibouti, in partnership with UNDP, UNHCR and the Global Fund are working to bring TB diagnosis and treatment facilities into refugee camps, increase awareness, reduce stigma and stop the spread of TB. · Ahmed is a community health worker in Djibouti’s largest refugee camp, working to sensitize people to the risks of TB and helping them understand how to live healthy lives. Ahead of World TB Day, he explains why he loves job and his hopes for the future.

    published: 23 Mar 2018
  • Health care in Djibouti

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    published: 16 Aug 2016
  • MaximsNewsNetwork: DJIBOUTI HIV AIDS HEALTH PROGRAM, CHAHNAS SAID SALEM: WORLD BANK

    MaximsNewsNetwork: 01December 2009 - World Bank: Though relatively small, the African Horn nation of Djibouti has a high rate of HIV/ AIDS. The country is now working to reverse that, through increased health care services and counseling. Doctor Chahnas Said Salem sees up to forty women a day in her office at this government-run health center in Djibouti. The center is one of 20 prenatal care clinics around the tiny African nation offering free counseling, HIV testing and - for pregnant women who test positive - free treatment. SOUNDBITE (French) -Chahnas Said Salem, midwife: When they come for the first time, we make them a file and we speak of HIV AIDS, we try to understand what they know already from radio and television, or from friends, and we complete for them whatever information t...

    published: 01 Dec 2009
  • Djibouti health insurance

    http://www.pacificprime.com/countries/djibouti/ http://youtu.be/DJKrN7tnevw If you are living in Djibouti, it is very important to have a good health insurance plan. The reason is that in the event of a cold, cough, or cut then the local medical facilities are gone to be absolutely fine, but in the event of a more serious situation, perhaps a heart attack or a car accident, then most of people are gone to want to be evacuated to the center of medical excellent nearest to them. That could be back to Europe that could be somewhere else in the Middle East or somewhere like that. There is many international health insurance companies that offer these type of cover today. But you have to be careful because the plans are coming in a modular form and the evacuation component is not always as incl...

    published: 11 Jul 2013
  • Health Communities Cash Desk in Djibouti - UNFPA Djibouti

    Caisses de Santé Communautaires à Djibouti FNUAP

    published: 04 Aug 2014
  • USAID and Partners Dedicate a New Health Clinic in Djibouti

    USAID, Djibouti, CJTF HOA, and the Ministry of Health dedicate new health clinic in Guistir, Djibouti.

    published: 15 Mar 2011
  • Djibouti government invests in infrastructure to boost trade

    Djibouti has invested heavily in its port infrastructure -- ready to serve landlocked countries in East Africa. The nation is also expanding its transport and utilities infrastructure to leverage its location as a trans-shipment hub. CGTN's Girum Chala filed this report Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica

    published: 30 Aug 2017
  • Imports push up prices for Djibouti's poor - 26 Jul 09

    Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe High food and fuel prices, inflation, poverty and unemployment are pushing many people in Djibouti to the limit. The country is parched and many of its citizens are now almost totally reliant on imports of food, further pushing up prices. Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports. At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our uniqu...

    published: 26 Jul 2009
  • Welcome To Djibouti

    Photographs by Harold Goodman "African Sun" track by Out Of Orion

    published: 16 Nov 2010
  • Djibouti's khat addiction holding back development

    When the day heats up, life slows down in Djibouti. Half of the male population on the Horn of Africa nation chew a mildly hallucinogenic drug called khat, a stimulant which suppresses hunger. Tax receipts make it financial manna for the state but it's popularity reduces productivity, helping keep the population in poverty.

    published: 20 May 2016
  • Making Nutrition Work in Djibouti

    http://www.worldbank.org/SIEF - In Djibouti, roughly two in five people live beneath the poverty line and almost a third of the country’s children aged five and under are stunted. A new program hopes to improve the situation by twinning nutrition classes with opportunities for women to earn money doing public works or crafts.

    published: 29 Oct 2014
  • Djibouti Africa

    Pics from a trip i took to Djiobouti Africa with the air force

    published: 07 May 2006
  • Important and Interesting facts about Djibouti

    Thanks For Watching Subscribe to become a part of #TeamHealthApta SUBSCRIBE for awesome videos every day!: LIKE us on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/healthapta FOLLOW us on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/healthapta Want to live forever on the internet? Submit your video to us: Rate, Comment, Share... Thanx and Enjoy the videos.

    published: 10 Aug 2017
  • Ms. Souda Abdi from Djibouti underwent Orthopedic surgery at Global Health City, Chennai, India

    Ms. Souda Abdillahi Abdi from Djibouti underwent Orthopedic surgery, Dr. Ajit Yadav & team performed this surgery at Global Health City, Chennai, India.

    published: 26 Nov 2013
  • NewsNetworkToday: DJIBOUTI: HIV AIDS HEALTH PROGRAMMES: WORLD BANK

    NewsNetworkToday: December 2009 - World Bank: DJIBOUTI HIV AIDS AND HEALTH PROGRAMMES

    published: 06 Dec 2009
  • IOM urges support as migrant numbers rise in Djibouti

    IOM is preparing an urgent appeal to donors in response to a migration/refugee emergency unfolding in Yemen and Djibouti, impacting across the Horn of Africa region, including Ethiopia. The initial amount of the appeal will be in excess of USD 10 million, according to IOM Director for Operations and Emergencies Mohammed Abdiker. “We are currently getting hundreds of migrants deported to Djibouti. Our Obock (Djibouti) centre cannot cope with the numbers. Nor can our voluntary return programme. We believe that another 3,000 migrants may be deported to Djibouti in the coming days,” said Abdiker. “Djibouti has become the epicentre of these relatively unknown, but yet complex, bi-directional migratory flows across the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden, with around 500 migrants crossing daily,” observe...

    published: 19 Oct 2016
  • News Analysis: What's the Problem on Eritrea's Border With Djibouti? | የኤርትራና ጅቡቲ ፍጥጫ

    Check Out Ethiopian News, New Ethiopian Musics, Ethiopian Comedy and More Ethiopian Videos by Subscribing Here: https://goo.gl/kATImk Unauthorized use, distribution and re upload of this content is strictly prohibited.

    published: 28 Jun 2017
  • Medical Minds Discuss Disease in Djibouti

    A Military Tropical Medicine course held in East Africa joins medical personnel with local experts.

    published: 18 Nov 2016
  • Sheraton Djibouti - Plateau de Serpent, Djibouti

    Luxury Hotels, Resorts & Villas Djibouti:- Sheraton Djibouti, BP 1924, Plateau de Serpent, Djibouti Phone:- (+253)(21) 328000 Fax:- (+253)(21) 328888

    published: 13 Feb 2017
  • Bilateral meetings on the sidelines and after TICAD VI between Djibouti and Japanese authorities #10

    :: English Description Interview with H.E. Dr. Djama Elmi Okieh, Minister of Health, on September 1, 2016. :: French Description Entretien avec le Ministre de la Santé, Dr. Djama Elmi Okieh le 1er septembre 2016. :: Japanese Description 2016年9月1日に行われたDjama Elmi Okieh保健相のインタビュー。

    published: 07 Nov 2016
  • View on Africa: Djibouti, playground of superpowers

    Why are there so many foreign military bases in Djibouti, and what does it mean for Djiboutians?

    published: 07 Mar 2018
  • Empowering Women in Djibouti

    When your goal is to improve a community’s social and economic development, it can be crucial to get the local women involved. Technical Sergeant Jessica Wolter takes us to Damerjog, Djibouti where soldiers are working to empower women in the region.

    published: 10 Apr 2015
  • ECHO - Drought in Djibouti

    16/10/2012 - The last time Djibouti received normal rainfall was six years ago. On a good day, Djibouti's weather is harsh. Temperatures average at around 35 degrees Celsius climbing up to 50 degrees in the 'hot' months. Successive droughts and failed rains have seen the number of livestock dwindle. Many nomadic herders who traverse the desert have since lost most of their animals resorting to a sedentary life near urban centres. Already, about 80 per cent of the country's population lives in the capital, Djibouti city. According to the Ministry of Agriculture, there are 1,600 small gardens in Djibouti each measuring about half a hectare. Each year, these gardens produce an average of 6,000 tonnes of fruits and vegetable, most of it is consumed in the capital. About 90 per cent of food...

    published: 15 Oct 2012
  • Historical and Cultural facts about Djibouti

    Thanks For Watching Subscribe to become a part of #TeamHealthApta SUBSCRIBE for awesome videos every day!: LIKE us on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/healthapta FOLLOW us on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/healthapta Want to live forever on the internet? Submit your video to us: Rate, Comment, Share... Thanx and Enjoy the videos.

    published: 10 Aug 2017
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UNDP Djibouti: Supporting health system strengthening
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UNDP Djibouti: Supporting health system strengthening

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Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the top 10 causes of death worldwide. Finding the people who fail to be diagnosed, treated or reported is a major challenge in the fight against TB, and contributes to the growing problem of drug-resistant TB. The government of Djibouti, in partnership with UNDP, UNHCR and the Global Fund are working to bring TB diagnosis and treatment facilities into refugee camps, increase awareness, reduce stigma and stop the spread of TB. · Ahmed is a community health worker in Djibouti’s largest refugee camp, working to sensitize people to the risks of TB and helping them understand how to live healthy lives. Ahead of World TB Day, he explains why he loves job and his hopes for the future.
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Health care in Djibouti
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Health care in Djibouti

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MaximsNewsNetwork: DJIBOUTI HIV AIDS HEALTH PROGRAM, CHAHNAS SAID SALEM: WORLD BANK
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MaximsNewsNetwork: DJIBOUTI HIV AIDS HEALTH PROGRAM, CHAHNAS SAID SALEM: WORLD BANK

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MaximsNewsNetwork: 01December 2009 - World Bank: Though relatively small, the African Horn nation of Djibouti has a high rate of HIV/ AIDS. The country is now working to reverse that, through increased health care services and counseling. Doctor Chahnas Said Salem sees up to forty women a day in her office at this government-run health center in Djibouti. The center is one of 20 prenatal care clinics around the tiny African nation offering free counseling, HIV testing and - for pregnant women who test positive - free treatment. SOUNDBITE (French) -Chahnas Said Salem, midwife: When they come for the first time, we make them a file and we speak of HIV AIDS, we try to understand what they know already from radio and television, or from friends, and we complete for them whatever information they are missing, and if the woman agrees, we do a blood test and if she is positive, we explain that we will treat her and take care of her and her baby. The prenatal clinics are part of Djiboutis HIV AIDS Control project which the country started with a grant from the World Bank Group. Under the project, Djiboutis hospitals and health centers have been upgraded to provide expanded HIV treatment and prevention services, both for those living with AIDS as well as for their family members. And newly-equipped laboratories set up under the project, says Zakaria Mahmoud, now allow him and other biologists in Djibouti to better diagnose and deal with the disease. SOUNDBITE (French) Zakaria Mahamoud, Biologist: The cd 4 machine allows us to determine immunity levels and see if they are still intact with the treatment the patient takes, or are diminishing. Another machine allows us to see if the patient has any blood antigens or any other infections. The national campaign, which involves combating Malaria and Tuberculosis as well, is leading to wider awareness about HIV AIDS among the general population, say those involved in the project. But despite Djiboutis significant progress in combating HIV AIDS, much more remains to be done, says Omar Ali, project secretary, SOUNDBITE (French) Omar Ali, Executive Secretary of HIV/AIDS Control Project: The result is we have brought the rate of HIV AIDS down from 3 to 2 percent today, or 1.8 percent, and we have less cases of Tuberculosis each year. But the combat is far from over. The combat must continue, because it is regional: people are coming here from Ethiopia, Somalia, and even now from Yemen to be treated in Djibouti. Twenty eight-year old Safia Ahmed tested negative at this prenatal clinic in Djiboutis capital. She still comes every couple of weeks though, for checkups on her expected third child and for good advice, SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Safia Ahmed, Patient: They speak to us of HIV and many other things, they monitor me through my pregnancy, and I am accompanied here by a doctor. Safia says the care and information she and others receive inside the clinic , have better prepared them to stay safe and healthy outside! MaximsNewsNetwork: News Network for the United Nations and the International Community. See: http://www.MaximsNews.com. "GIVING POWER & RESONANCE TO THE VOICE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY" .
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Djibouti health insurance
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Djibouti health insurance

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http://www.pacificprime.com/countries/djibouti/ http://youtu.be/DJKrN7tnevw If you are living in Djibouti, it is very important to have a good health insurance plan. The reason is that in the event of a cold, cough, or cut then the local medical facilities are gone to be absolutely fine, but in the event of a more serious situation, perhaps a heart attack or a car accident, then most of people are gone to want to be evacuated to the center of medical excellent nearest to them. That could be back to Europe that could be somewhere else in the Middle East or somewhere like that. There is many international health insurance companies that offer these type of cover today. But you have to be careful because the plans are coming in a modular form and the evacuation component is not always as included. The core of any plan is the impatient component, that will covers you if you go in the hospital but above beyond that they are outpatient module which cover things like GP visits, specialist, diagnostics testing, medication etc. And then they are module, if you are looking to start a family, a pregnancy maternity module. For those who are interested in dental they are modules that can be added on and then there is perhaps a module for wellbeing or optical and finally and most importantly they will be a module for evacuation so when you are buying a plan it is very important that this is included. Today there are many leading international companies that offer this type of coverage, they will be brand name that you would have heard of, like Bupa or Cigna or Allianz, or Aetna or DKV. Many many international insurance... Then they will be companies you haven't heard of, perhaps people like William Russell or InterGlobal. And our job as a health insurance intermediary is to help you to found the right plan. In fact Pacific Prime is the world largest distributor of International Private Medical Insurance (this type of coverage), and in 2013 in fact we were Bupa international top global producer, so what would we do ? Normally we will spend some time talking to clients understanding there need, we then go away and review the market, we go through all the insurers, there is 30-40-50-60 of them... And we review all the plans and we found the right insurers and the right plan for you, based on your needs. We then spend some time talking to you about a limited insurers and plans to narrow that focus to 1, may be 2 insurers. And 1 or 2 plans and we spend some time going through the very specific details of those plans and how they would work for you. So how you can see at the end of the process we help you to select the right insurer to the right coverage, and I am very confident, if you spend 5 minutes talking to us at the starting of the process looking to health insurance, it is much more likely that you would buy the right plan for you. We are expert in this area, if you have a pre existing condition or if you are looking for a plan with a high deductable or a USA coverage, whatever it may be, if it is health insurance related, spending 5 minutes talking to us, you will much more likely to buy the right plan.
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Health Communities Cash Desk in Djibouti - UNFPA Djibouti
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Health Communities Cash Desk in Djibouti - UNFPA Djibouti

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Caisses de Santé Communautaires à Djibouti FNUAP
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USAID and Partners Dedicate a New Health Clinic in Djibouti
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USAID and Partners Dedicate a New Health Clinic in Djibouti

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USAID, Djibouti, CJTF HOA, and the Ministry of Health dedicate new health clinic in Guistir, Djibouti.
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Djibouti government invests in infrastructure to boost trade
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Djibouti government invests in infrastructure to boost trade

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Djibouti has invested heavily in its port infrastructure -- ready to serve landlocked countries in East Africa. The nation is also expanding its transport and utilities infrastructure to leverage its location as a trans-shipment hub. CGTN's Girum Chala filed this report Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
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Imports push up prices for Djibouti's poor - 26 Jul 09
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Imports push up prices for Djibouti's poor - 26 Jul 09

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Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe High food and fuel prices, inflation, poverty and unemployment are pushing many people in Djibouti to the limit. The country is parched and many of its citizens are now almost totally reliant on imports of food, further pushing up prices. Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports. At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world's most respected news and current affairs channels. Social Media links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Instagram: https://instagram.com/aljazeera/?ref=... Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajenglish Website: http://www.aljazeera.com/ google+: https://plus.google.com/+aljazeera/posts
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Welcome To Djibouti
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Welcome To Djibouti

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Photographs by Harold Goodman "African Sun" track by Out Of Orion
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Djibouti's khat addiction holding back development
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Djibouti's khat addiction holding back development

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When the day heats up, life slows down in Djibouti. Half of the male population on the Horn of Africa nation chew a mildly hallucinogenic drug called khat, a stimulant which suppresses hunger. Tax receipts make it financial manna for the state but it's popularity reduces productivity, helping keep the population in poverty.
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Making Nutrition Work in Djibouti
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Making Nutrition Work in Djibouti

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http://www.worldbank.org/SIEF - In Djibouti, roughly two in five people live beneath the poverty line and almost a third of the country’s children aged five and under are stunted. A new program hopes to improve the situation by twinning nutrition classes with opportunities for women to earn money doing public works or crafts.
https://wn.com/Making_Nutrition_Work_In_Djibouti
Djibouti Africa
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Djibouti Africa

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Pics from a trip i took to Djiobouti Africa with the air force
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Important and Interesting facts about Djibouti
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Important and Interesting facts about Djibouti

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Thanks For Watching Subscribe to become a part of #TeamHealthApta SUBSCRIBE for awesome videos every day!: LIKE us on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/healthapta FOLLOW us on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/healthapta Want to live forever on the internet? Submit your video to us: Rate, Comment, Share... Thanx and Enjoy the videos.
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Ms. Souda Abdi from Djibouti underwent Orthopedic surgery at Global Health City, Chennai, India
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Ms. Souda Abdi from Djibouti underwent Orthopedic surgery at Global Health City, Chennai, India

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Ms. Souda Abdillahi Abdi from Djibouti underwent Orthopedic surgery, Dr. Ajit Yadav & team performed this surgery at Global Health City, Chennai, India.
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NewsNetworkToday: DJIBOUTI: HIV AIDS HEALTH PROGRAMMES: WORLD BANK
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NewsNetworkToday: DJIBOUTI: HIV AIDS HEALTH PROGRAMMES: WORLD BANK

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NewsNetworkToday: December 2009 - World Bank: DJIBOUTI HIV AIDS AND HEALTH PROGRAMMES
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IOM urges support as migrant numbers rise in Djibouti
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IOM urges support as migrant numbers rise in Djibouti

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IOM is preparing an urgent appeal to donors in response to a migration/refugee emergency unfolding in Yemen and Djibouti, impacting across the Horn of Africa region, including Ethiopia. The initial amount of the appeal will be in excess of USD 10 million, according to IOM Director for Operations and Emergencies Mohammed Abdiker. “We are currently getting hundreds of migrants deported to Djibouti. Our Obock (Djibouti) centre cannot cope with the numbers. Nor can our voluntary return programme. We believe that another 3,000 migrants may be deported to Djibouti in the coming days,” said Abdiker. “Djibouti has become the epicentre of these relatively unknown, but yet complex, bi-directional migratory flows across the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden, with around 500 migrants crossing daily,” observed IOM Director for East and Horn of Africa Jeffrey Labovitz, during a visit to Djibouti this week. According to Labovitz, the migrants include men, women and children, many of whom are vulnerable on a journey that expose them to extreme climate conditions and unsafe land and sea transport. The largest group are from Ethiopia’s Oromia and Tigray regions. They include unaccompanied child migrants, who account for almost 30 percent of the migratory flow into Djibouti. The Migration Response Center (MRC) in Obock managed by IOM in collaboration with the Ministry of Interior is currently hosting over 600 stranded Ethiopian migrants (among them 86 unaccompanied migrant children and five women). They were deported from Southern Yemen to Geherre and Khor Angar, 30 km from Obock, Djibouti. They suffered badly in Yemen and on the journey to Obock and have asked IOM for voluntary return assistance to Ethiopia. The MRC is now filled to capacity. Following the arrival of a boat on 5 October, another 314 migrants are now being housed in tents outside the facility. In recent weeks IOM supported the Ministry of Health in containing a severe diarrhoea outbreak among migrant communities in Obock. “The situation is very worrying for a small country like Djibouti, which has always responded to humanitarian crises in the region. But it could soon be facing a massive surge of migrants, given the current context,” added IOM Djibouti Chief of Mission Lalini Veerassamy. IOM Yemen Chief of Mission Laurent De Boeck also expects large numbers of migrants to continue to leave Yemen for Djibouti as the conflict between the government and Houthi rebels continues. He said, “We are seeing a massive influx of migrants in Yemen, mostly young Ethiopians, while at the same time constantly receiving requests from other Ethiopians willing to be evacuated and return home.” IOM also has been monitoring conditions of migrants in detention in Yemen, including a recent outbreak of cholera. It believes that over 4,000 mainly Ethiopian migrants are being held in overcrowded facilities with inadequate care. Deportations have swelled the number of new arrivals in Djibouti, against a backdrop of an estimated 10,000 migrants, mostly Ethiopians, arriving in Djibouti every month.
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News Analysis: What's the Problem on Eritrea's Border With Djibouti? | የኤርትራና ጅቡቲ ፍጥጫ
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News Analysis: What's the Problem on Eritrea's Border With Djibouti? | የኤርትራና ጅቡቲ ፍጥጫ

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Medical Minds Discuss Disease in Djibouti
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Medical Minds Discuss Disease in Djibouti

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A Military Tropical Medicine course held in East Africa joins medical personnel with local experts.
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Sheraton Djibouti - Plateau de Serpent, Djibouti
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Sheraton Djibouti - Plateau de Serpent, Djibouti

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Luxury Hotels, Resorts & Villas Djibouti:- Sheraton Djibouti, BP 1924, Plateau de Serpent, Djibouti Phone:- (+253)(21) 328000 Fax:- (+253)(21) 328888
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Bilateral meetings on the sidelines and after TICAD VI between Djibouti and Japanese authorities #10
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Bilateral meetings on the sidelines and after TICAD VI between Djibouti and Japanese authorities #10

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:: English Description Interview with H.E. Dr. Djama Elmi Okieh, Minister of Health, on September 1, 2016. :: French Description Entretien avec le Ministre de la Santé, Dr. Djama Elmi Okieh le 1er septembre 2016. :: Japanese Description 2016年9月1日に行われたDjama Elmi Okieh保健相のインタビュー。
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View on Africa: Djibouti, playground of superpowers
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View on Africa: Djibouti, playground of superpowers

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Why are there so many foreign military bases in Djibouti, and what does it mean for Djiboutians?
https://wn.com/View_On_Africa_Djibouti,_Playground_Of_Superpowers
Empowering Women in Djibouti
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Empowering Women in Djibouti

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  • Updated: 10 Apr 2015
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When your goal is to improve a community’s social and economic development, it can be crucial to get the local women involved. Technical Sergeant Jessica Wolter takes us to Damerjog, Djibouti where soldiers are working to empower women in the region.
https://wn.com/Empowering_Women_In_Djibouti
ECHO -  Drought in Djibouti
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ECHO - Drought in Djibouti

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  • Updated: 15 Oct 2012
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16/10/2012 - The last time Djibouti received normal rainfall was six years ago. On a good day, Djibouti's weather is harsh. Temperatures average at around 35 degrees Celsius climbing up to 50 degrees in the 'hot' months. Successive droughts and failed rains have seen the number of livestock dwindle. Many nomadic herders who traverse the desert have since lost most of their animals resorting to a sedentary life near urban centres. Already, about 80 per cent of the country's population lives in the capital, Djibouti city. According to the Ministry of Agriculture, there are 1,600 small gardens in Djibouti each measuring about half a hectare. Each year, these gardens produce an average of 6,000 tonnes of fruits and vegetable, most of it is consumed in the capital. About 90 per cent of food eaten in Djibouti is imported. The European Commission's Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection department (ECHO) is funding these types of projects. ECHO cooperates with the Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) which provides seeds, tools, training and water pumps for irrigating the crops in support of 800 gardens across the country. Learn more: http://ec.europa.eu/echo/aid/sub_saharian/djibouti_en.htm
https://wn.com/Echo_Drought_In_Djibouti
Historical and Cultural facts about Djibouti
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Historical and Cultural facts about Djibouti

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  • Updated: 10 Aug 2017
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https://wn.com/Historical_And_Cultural_Facts_About_Djibouti
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