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New eco-dome signals changes for local village

U.S. service members assigned to Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa and local villagers work on the final stages of the eco-dome here May 22. The project is part of an ongoing effort between CJTF-HOA, villagers, non-government organizations and international organizations over the past several months to provide a community building for Karatbi San, a remote village in the Tadjourah region of Djibouti.



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This work, New eco-dome signals changes for local village [Image 10 of 10], by TSgt Andrew Caya, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:05.22.2012

Date Posted:05.31.2012 03:21

Photo ID:591295

VIRIN:120522-F-KZ428-059

Resolution:2832x4256

Size:875.93 KB

Location:KARATBI SAN, DJ

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  • Villagers and U.S. Army soldiers work together to construct an eco-dome in Karatbi San, Djibouti, Nov. 30. Upon completion, the dome is slated to be used by the village as a community health clinic or a community school. Civil Affairs Team 4902, 490th Civil Affairs Battalion, assigned to Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa, visited the village Nov. 29 through Dec. 2, to help the villagers build the eco-dome and share skill sets with them so they can continue construction on the dome until the team returns next month.
  • This eco-dome was built at Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti, by a civil affairs team a few years ago to see if these buildings are feasible to support communities in the Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa area of responsibility. The eco-dome in Karatbi San, Djibouti, is the first dome CJTF-HOA began building outside Camp Lemonnier to be used by Djiboutians. Though the eco-dome at Karatbi San, Djibouti, is still under construction, upon completion it will stand 21 feet high with a 21-foot diameter main dome and a 15-foot diameter adjoining dome, making it significantly larger than the dome on the camp.
  • A villager shovels dirt into a bucket at the eco-dome construction site in Karabti San, Djibouti, Jan. 3. According to Hamdou Mohamed, Karabti San local and construction foreman, the eco-dome has served as a beacon for the community to rally around and work on together.
  • Villagers and U.S. Army soldiers load dirt into a light armored tactical vehicle at Karatbi San, Djibouti, Nov. 29. The dirt was used to build an eco-dome in the village. All the materials used to construct the dome in Karatbi San were procured from the environment or donated by non-government organizations.

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