By Lynn R. Mitchell
Originally published July 2, 2013
After a week of renovating, President George W. Bush and Mrs. Bush opened the Mosi-Oa-Tunya clinic, a cervical cancer facility in Livingstone, Zambia. The trip demonstrates their continued commitment to the people of Africa through the work of the global health initiative at the George W. Bush Institute. June 30-July 1, 2013.
praised Bush for his fight against AIDs in Africa, a stand that has saved over five million lives during the past eight years.
The President’s tee shirt in this photo is a reminder that on the home front, most of the time he has spent with America’s military members is unknown to the public as he greets solders at airports when they return home from service overseas, reaches out to individual families, and works with injured military veterans and the Wounded Warrior Project including the W 100K mountain bike ride.
Photos by Paul Morse for the George W. Bush Presidential Center
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