DAKAR, Senegal — Colonel (Retired) John Jordan, lead contingency planner, Center for Disaster and Humanitarian Assistance Medicine (CDHAM), outlines the objectives of tasks within the National Civilian Pandemic Preparedness Plan during a meetings to develop the National Civilian Pandemic Contingency Response Plan and Military Support to Civil Authorities Plan for all-hazards in Dakar, Senegal, April 8, 2013.
Faraja Lutuia Msemwa, medical officer Emergency Preparedness and Response of the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of Tanzania, Dr. DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania, 15 May 2013 – Upon conclusion of the official plan delivery ceremony, U.S. The Government of Burkina Faso, in partnership with the United States Africa Command (USAFRICOM) Disaster Preparedness Program (DPP), successfully concluded day one of the Burkina Faso Disaster Preparedness and Response Exercise in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, 14 July 2014.
DAKAR, Senegal — Dame Gaye, Administrateur Civil et Directeur de la Protection Civile, addresses the participants of the Disaster Preparedness Program facilitated-planning discussion upon conclusion of a meetings to develop the National Civilian Pandemic Contingency Response Plan and Military Support to Civil Authorities Plan for all-hazards, as USAFRICOM Program Manager, Erik Threet, listens closely before discussing the way ahead and plans for future engagements with Senegal.
Mary Kitambi, principal medical officer of Emergency Preparedness and Response Section of Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of Tanzania and (standing) Dr. Africa Command officials discuss steps in the implementation of disaster preparedness and response program in Mozambique with Joao Ribeiro, Director General of the Mozambican National Institute of Disaster Management (INGC). Africa Command Disaster Preparedness Program official Michael Hryschyshyn, Chief of Health and Humanitarian Affairs, thanks Shamsi Vuai Nahodha, Minister of Defence and National Service, for the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania’s continued support in a partnership to build disaster preparedness capacity and capability.
Mwitango Rose Shelukindo, Tanzania’s Ministry of Defense and National Service deputy permanent secretary, addresses the audience on opening day of Tanzania’s disaster preparedness exercise, conducted in Bagamoyo, February 3-7.


Center for Disaster and Humanitarian Assistance Medicine (CDHAM), hosts civic, government and health organizations from several African countries in an effort to validate Tanzania’s new national pandemic preparedness and response plan, the Tanzanian People’s Defense Forces (TPDF) pandemic contingency plan, TPDF Tanzania civilian authorities plan and to increase awareness of disaster preparedness and response challenges.
Lenhardt (third from right), later attended the ceremony where he officially delivered the Tanzania National Pandemic Influenza Preparedness and Response Plan with the supporting Tanzania Peoples Defence Forces Pandemic Contingency Plan to the Office of the Prime Minister represented by Lieutenant General Sylvester Rioba (left), Director of Disaster Management Department, and the Minister of Defence and National Service, Shamsi Vuai Nahodha (third from left).
Michael Hryschyshyn, Chief of Health and Humanitarian Affairs, thanked the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania for the opportunity to partner with them in developing the National Pandemic Disaster Contingency Response Plan and the supporting Tanzania Peoples Defense Force Pandemic Contingency Response Plan.
Center for Disaster and Humanitarian Assistance Medicine, partnered with their Tanzania counterparts to develop and deliver two disaster preparedness plans during a two-day symposium here, May 15. Nyanchege Nani, Tanzania Office of Disaster Management’s Assistant Director of Operations and Coordination, addresses participants of the government’s disaster preparedness exercise.
Several US agencies by invitation of the United Republic of Tanzania gather with civic, government and health organizations from several African countries for a five-day event called the United Republic of Tanzania Disaster Preparedness Exercise held at Bagamoyo, Tanzania.
Africa Command hosted ceremony where he officially delivered the Tanzania National Pandemic Influenza Preparedness and Response Plan with the supporting Tanzania Peoples Defence Forces Pandemic Contingency Plan to the Minister of Defence and National Service, Shamsi Vuai Nahodha (left). Representatives from the United Republic of Tanzania's government and military gathered for the five-day United Republic of Tanzania Disaster Preparedness Exercise held in Bagamoyo from 3-7 February. The exercise is meant to validate the new national pandemic preparedness and response plan, the Tanzanian People’s Defense Forces (TPDF) pandemic contingency plan, TPDF Tanzania civilian authorities plan and to increase awareness of disaster preparedness and response challenges.


The Government of Benin unveiled its final draft of the Pandemic Influenza Preparedness and Response Plan, and the Military Support to Civil Authorities (MSCA) Disaster Contingency Plan during a ceremony held in Cotonou, Benin, March 17, 2014.
The team’s goal is to assist the government of Tanzania to validate the new national pandemic preparedness and response plan, the Tanzanian People’s Defense Forces (TPDF) pandemic contingency plan, TPDF Tanzania civilian authorities plan and to increase awareness of disaster preparedness and response challenges. Representatives from the Brigade Nationale des Sapeurs Pompiers (National Brigade of Firefighters) contribute to the discussion determining which ministry within the Republic of Senegal should be primarily responsible for addressing mass casualties in the event of a pandemic. Africa Command's Disaster Preparedness Program, the Center for Disaster and Humanitarian Assistance Medicine (CDHAM), and members of the Vermont National Guard state partnership in Dakar, April 8, 2013, for a two-day facilitated planning discussion focused on development of a National Civilian Pandemic Influenza Preparedness and Response Plan to guide response operations. Africa Command Humanitarian and Health Activities chief, welcomes participants to the Tanzania disaster preparedness exercise. Sylvester Rioba, Director of Tanzania’s Office of Disaster Management (left) and his deputy, Nyanchege Nani, greet each other upon arrival to day one of Tanzania’s Disaster Preparedness Exercise, conducted in Bagamoyo, Feb.
Africa Command Humanitarian and Health Activities chief, hear opening remarks for an exercise meant to validate new disaster response and pandemic contingency plans to support and assist the people of Tanzania.




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