Former President Clinton, Daughter Wrap Up Trip To Sub-Saharan Africa

Former President Bill Clinton and his daughter, Chelsea Clinton, on Wednesday “visited the Ramotse Clinic in South Africa, which works together with the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHIA) to provide patient services to between 2,000 and 2,500 patients each month, according to the organization,” the Huffington Post’s “Global Motherhood” blog reports. “To get the world involved in the conversation on how to make effective change in places that are struggling most in Africa, Clinton, her father and the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory co-hosted a panel that was livestreamed on Facebook on Thursday,” the blog writes, adding, “The father-and-daughter duo have also committed their trip to raising malaria awareness and to bringing clean drinking water to people in need” (Goldberg, 8/9). Daily recaps of the Clintons’ trip are available online from the Clinton Foundation (8/9).

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