|BBC's Komla Dumor with former US President, Bill Clinton|
Word from BBC World News is that anchor, Komla Dumor got a chance to interview Bill Clinton during his visit to Sub-Saharan Africa. In Our World:
Clinton in Africa, Dumor got to speak to Clinton about his outreach work as part of the Clinton Foundation.
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*** Press Release***
in Africa explores the work of the Clinton
Foundation and asks what role charity should play on a continent that is
becoming more economically assertive
in Africa travels to East Africa with the former President Bill Clinton and his
daughter Chelsea. Travelling across US Tanzania,
Zanzibar and , presenter Komla Dumor
examines the work of the Clinton Foundation as it attempts to improve health
care, increase farm incomes and tackle climate change. In an in-depth
interview, Komla questions the former President about the role of big western
donors in improving the lives of Africans and what role charity should play on
a continent that is becoming more economically assertive. Rwanda
It's been more than ten years since President Bill Clinton left office, but his engagement in global affairs shows no signs of abating. After leaving the White House, he set up the Clinton Global Initiative and - along with his wife and daughter - has raised hundreds of millions of dollars from private donors and corporations to fight HIV and AIDS, tackle Malaria and provide health care services in poor communities across the world – but especially in
Saturday August 17th 2013 at 12.30, and Sunday August 18th 2013 at 18.30 and 23.30
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We interviewed Komla last year when he was on a trip to South Africa, at the Oyster Box Hotel in Umhlanga when BBC launched its Focus On Africa series of shows.