Photo Gallery: Secretary Clinton in Africa

Secretary Clinton Hugs A Camp GLOW Kid

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton hugs a camper while participating in a Camp GLOW event for girls at the Lilongwe Girls Secondary School in Lilongwe, Malawi, Aug. 5, 2012. Camp GLOW (Girls Leading Our World) is a week-long program run by the Peace Corps to educate young village girls on family health issues and income generation ideas so they can share that knowledge with their communities at home. (Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson)

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In early August, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton embarked on an 11-day, nine country trip through Africa.  She worked to strengthen alliances and advance the pillars of President Obama’s strategy for sub-Saharan Africa: supporting democratic institutions, spurring economic growth, advancing peace and security, and promoting opportunity and development.  As she said to a group of African students in Dakar: “We want to advance your aspirations and our shared values…we want this to be our mutual mission. That is the work we are called to do in the 21st century.”

In addition to the speech that framed the trip in Senegal, she met President Sall and other national leaders and spoke about how Senegal's strong democratic institutions are a model for other nations.

She then traveled east to the world’s youngest country, South Sudan, where she and President Kiir discussed security, oil and economic opportunity.

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