On July 20, 2012, President Clinton visited a Starkey Hearing Foundation event in Uganda. The Starkey Hearing Foundation is an international nonprofit that delivers hearing aids to those in need throughout the world. At the 2010 Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting, the Starkey Foundation committed to donate one million hearing aids to children in the developing world by 2020.
At CGI America, President Clinton announces a commitment by the AFL-CIO to encourage both workers' capital and skilled labor to contribute to large-scale investments in the reconstruction of America's built environment.
On July 17, President Clinton visited Qunu, South Africa - the rural village where Nelson Mandela spent his childhood - and, in honor of International Mandela Day, participated in the opening of the No Moscow school library.
In Maputo, Mozambique, President Clinton visited the Polana Canhico Health Facility, a clinic that is supported by the Clinton Health Access Initiative and that is pioneering HIV/AIDS care, diagnostics, and maternal and child health in the region.
After meeting with patients, their families, and hospital administrators, he addressed a crowd outside the facility.