When a disaster strikes in this country we all become instant witnesses not just to tragedy and heartbreak, but to an outpouring of support, donations and financial contributions from fellow Americans. The media descends on a flooded town or a neighborhood shredded by a twister.
We’ve just landed in Cyprus – a whirlwind week of ricocheting around southern and eastern Africa behind us. A few weeks ago, President Clinton honored me with an invitation to join him in a tour of projects the Clinton Foundation is undertaking in South Africa, Mozambique, Rwanda, and Uganda. As I’ve been working...Read More about Africa's Tomorrow
Today, I had the privilege of traveling with President Clinton to three separate events in Uganda.While each event focused on a different issue – education, the provision of hearing aids, and averting childhood deaths due to diarrhea – there was a common theme throughout the day: Our challenges will not be solved...Read More about Partnerships Bring Opportunity to Uganda
On staff, I have the privilege of communicating the Foundation's great work to people the world over. Yet this past week, people have been communicating the Foundation's great work to me.
My father and I just spent two incredible days in Rwanda seeing work supported by the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), the Clinton Hunter Development Initiative (CHDI), and catalyzed through the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) – always with the Rwandan government setting the priorities and working as...Read More about Letter from Rwanda
Yesterday President Clinton traveled to Rwanda for the opening of the Butaro Cancer Center of Excellence, which is the result of a Clinton Global Initiative commitment by the Jeff Gordon Children's Foundation and Partners in Health. Amitabh Desai, director of foreign policy for the Clinton Foundation, reflects on our blog about the significance of the center and President Clinton's...Read More about Africa 2012: Day 4
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