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Former US President Clinton visits Clinton Foundation Projects in Kenya 

 
(R ) Former US President Clinton and Chelsea Clinton attend an event with over 5,000 secondary school scholars in Kenya  (L)  Former  US President Clinton meets health care workers at the Nainokanoka Dispensary in Ngorongoro, Tanzania. (Photographs  Clinton Foundation)

Former US President Clinton and Chelsea Clinton visited several Clinton Foundation projects in Kenya from 1st May to 3rd May 2015.These Clinton Global Initiative projects  improves the lives of thousands of people across Kenya. Former US President Clinton’s visits are part of a larger trip by President Clinton and Chelsea Clinton that includes Tanzania, Liberia, and Morocco.  On  May 2nd former  President Clinton and  Chelsea Clinton were  greeted  by over 5,000 secondary school scholars  Fly program, part of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI)  commitment  “Investing in Kenyan Youth and Women at the  Kasarami Stadium in  Kenya. On his way to Kenya Clinton stopped over at the Nainokanoka Dispensary in Ngorongoro in Tanzania, another project  implemented by the Clinton Health Access Initiative.  


(L) Former US  President Clinton and Chelsea Clinton view elephants roaming the Samburu National Reserve in Samburu, Kenya. (R) On May 1st 2015 Gideon and Brenda, students at the Farasi Lane School, show Former US President Clinton and Chelsea Clinton the school’s garden.(Photographs  Clinton Foundation)

On May 3rd,  Former President Clinton and  Chelsea Clinton flew to the Samburu National Reserve  and  visited the Save the Elephants Research Center. Save the Elephants is a partner in a Clinton Global Initiative (CGI )Commitment to Action launched in 2013 called Partnership to Save Africa’s Elephants. Save the Elephants is currently tracking around 100 elephants in Africa.


By Srimal Fernando, Global Editor


 

 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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April 2017 Edition

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