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Leadership and Opportunity in Africa
President George W. Bush hosts a visit by United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan and Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo to the Oval Office May 11, 2001.

President Bush discussed a strategy to halt the spread of AIDS and other infectious diseases across the African continent and the world. President Bush pledged U.S. support for the Global HIV/AIDS fund and jump-started the fund with the first contribution. The United States is the largest major contributor to the fund, which has now reached $500 million.

President Bush's Africa Policy Accomplishments and Initiatives Overview (pdf)

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