President Clinton, Daughter Traveling Through Africa To Promote Health

President Bill Clinton and his daughter Chelsea Clinton “are currently traveling through Tanzania, Rwanda, Zambia, Malawi, and South Africa to advance various Clinton Foundation and Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) goals,” the Huffington Post’s “Impact” blog reports. “After helping to promote malaria awareness and HIV testing, the high-profile duo visited Cyugaro Primary School in Rwanda to help decontaminate drinking water,” the blog notes, adding, “[T]he Clintons also visited Zanzibar to host a malaria-awareness soccer match, where fans and attendees had access to disease testing.” The blog continues, “On Wednesday, the two will travel to South Africa to attend the Embrace Tomorrow conference hosted by the Clinton Foundation and the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory” (Salass, 8/6).

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