On August 7, President Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, and Professor Njabulo Ndebele, the Chairman of Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory and Mandela Rhodes Foundation, co-hosted a conversation in Pretoria, South Africa, asking the question: how are you embracing tomorrow?
While elephant poaching has been a serious challenge at different points in time for more than a century, it has recently risen to alarmingly high levels. According to the Wildlife Conservation Society, the African elephant population has dropped from 1.2 million in 1980 to just 420,000 in 2012.
Yesterday in South Africa, President Clinton and Chelsea Clinton visited the Ramotse Clinic, which is in a semi-rural village on the outskirts of Hammanskraal.
Today at 12:30pm EST, President Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, and the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory will co-host a livestreamed conversation from South Africa on effecting positive change throughout the continent.
Banking on Change: A Tanzanian Business Owner’s Take on Savings, Setting an Example, and the Status of WomenAug 6, 2013
During President Clinton’s stop in Tanzania on Saturday, he met 22 year-old Zainabu Rashid, a woman living in a highly marginalized community on the outskirts of Dar Es …
Yesterday in Zanzibar, President Clinton and Chelsea Clinton kicked off a Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) malaria-awareness soccer match in Amaan Stadium, where attendees were able to visit informational booths about malaria prevention and get tested for malaria as well.