SETAF-AF Civil Affairs serves Sunson: strengthening health, harnessing hope
Pictured left to right, U.S. Army Spc. Nathaniel McKinnon, civil affairs specialist, U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Julian Holman, civil affairs team sergeant and U.S. Army Maj. Jennifer Stachura, civil affairs team lead, pose for a photo with Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) and Ghanaian civilian medical providers prior to a medical civil action program (MEDCAP) at Sakpegu Primary School in Sunson, Ghana, Feb. 9, 2024. The U.S. Army Southern European Task Force, Africa (SETAF-AF) Civil Affairs team in Ghana partnered with the GAF to provide de-wormer and personal hygiene products to Sunson community members as part of the MEDCAP. SETAF-AF Civil Affairs teams specialize in fostering cooperation and building relationships between military forces and civilian populations in Africa. Through a variety of programs, including MEDCAPs, these teams deliver essential services, conduct humanitarian assistance, and implement development projects aimed at improving living conditions and promoting stability in the region. Their efforts underscore the U.S. commitment to supporting African communities, enhancing mutual understanding, and contributing to long-term peace and security across the continent.

Photo by: Capt. PHILIP REGINA |  VIRIN: 240104-A-HF423-1004.JPG