Military leaders from North Dakota and Ghana commemorated 10 years of partnership Friday at the State Capitol.
Since 2004, the North Dakota National Guard and the Ghanaian Armed Forces have worked together as part of the State Partnership Program. The Defense Department-sponsored program aims to foster military, social and economic ties between U.S. states and foreign nations.
These two organizations in particular share ideas and resources on medicine and emergency relief.
Fargo and Sioux Falls, S.D.-based Sanford Health has opened clinics in Ghana in recent years. Officials say those clinics have been aided by the military partnership.
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