Travelers arriving in Turkey from Djibouti no longer have to show negative PCR test

Travelers arriving in Turkey from Djibouti no longer have to show negative PCR test

Beginning June 1, 2022, travelers traveling in Turkey from Djibouti will no longer be required to present a negative PCR/rapid antigen test result, a certificate of vaccination against covid-19, or evidence of recovery. According to the Turkey Embassy in Djibouti, this change will take effect from now. You will no longer be required to provide…

Strengthening health and nutrition services in Djibouti with new financing from World Bank

Strengthening health and nutrition services in Djibouti with new financing from World Bank

The World Bank approved $19.5 million in International Development Association (IDA) financing for Djibouti’s entire population, including refugees and host communities, on May 26. The funds will be used to improve reproductive, maternal, neonatal, child, and adolescent health and nutrition services, as well as to assist the Djiboutian government in integrating refugees into the national…

The Djibouti government and Oxitec signed a multi-year partnership to combat malaria-infecting mosquitoes 

The Djibouti government and Oxitec signed a multi-year partnership to combat malaria-infecting mosquitoes 

With significant funding from the Djiboutian government, this initiative will put to the test a new FriendlyTM mosquito control technique to tackle the region’s growing danger from the rapidly spreading malaria vector Anopheles stephensi. Through Association Mutualis, a Djiboutian non-profit dedicated to improving public health in Djibouti, Oxitec will collaborate on the national malaria program…

Djibouti receives US $19.5m from the World Bank to enhance health and nutrition services

Djibouti receives US $19.5m from the World Bank to enhance health and nutrition services

The maternal death rate is about five times the area’s norm, at 248 per 100,000 live births. The World Bank approved $19.5 million in International Development Association (IDA) financing for Djibouti’s entire population, including refugees and host communities, on May 26. The funds will be used to improve reproductive, maternal, neonatal, child, and adolescent health…

To help combat the COVID-19 epidemic, Seegene is launching a $12 PCR experiment

To help combat the COVID-19 epidemic, Seegene is launching a $12 PCR experiment

Asymptomatic persons are also tested at community-based facilities to prevent catastrophic outbreaks.Regular testing for COVID-19, influenza, and RSV is required to ensure safety when anti-virus guidelines deteriorate. Because of Seegene’s two decades of experience, PCR testing will be reasonably priced. “Unconditional assistance to nations that join Seegene’s campaign to ensure a safe return to normalcy.”…

Door-To-Door campaigns and ending Polio for good in Djibouti

Door-To-Door campaigns and ending Polio for good in Djibouti

In March of 2022, the Djibouti Ministry of Health, in collaboration with UNICEF and WHO, vaccinated around 150,000 children against polio in two rounds of a nationwide programme. The goal is to reach young people in the nation’s poorest and most remote locations. Harabaley is a Djibouti neighborhood on the outskirts. In the surrounding area,…

Latest Covid-19 Information from U.S. Embassy in Djibouti

Latest Covid-19 Information from U.S. Embassy in Djibouti

Beginning December 6, 2021, all airline passengers visiting the United States, regardless of vaccination status or citizenship, must produce a negative COVID-19 virus test performed within one calendar day of the flight. Alternatively, travellers entering the United States may show proof of recovery from COVID-19 from a licensed health care provider within the last 90…