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President Bill Clinton and Chelsea Clinton Travel Africa to Observe CGI Commitments in Action

Photo credit: Barbara Kinney / Clinton Foundation

 

Clinton Global Initiative Members at Work in Africa: A Breakdown

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Over the next week, President Bill Clinton and Chelsea Clinton will travel throughout Malawi, Zambia,Tanzania (including Zanzibar), Rwanda, and South Africa to visit a variety of Clinton Foundation projects — including the sites of several Commitments to Action made by members of the Clinton Global Initiative.

Addressing issues ranging from economic empowerment to environmental sustainability, education to global health, CGI members are engaged in diverse efforts throughout Africa. To date, members have made 827 commitments in the region, with a total estimated value of $28.9 billion.

For updates on the entire trip, visit the Clinton Foundation’s Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages, and follow the hashtag #Africa2013.

Follow CGI on our Blog, Facebook, and Twitter daily over the next week to see where President Clinton and Chelsea stop in Africa, learn more about CGI commitments across the continent, and get first-hand accounts about the progress being made in various communities.

 



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Tags: Africa, Commitment to Action

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