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Aug 14, 2014
“So this is not just a government effort, it is also an effort that's spurred on by the private sector,” said President Obama in regards to the $4 billion InterAction members will invest in Africa over the next three years to promote maternal health, children’s health, and the delivery of vaccines and drugs. 
Aug 14, 2014
“So this is not just a government effort, it is also an effort that's spurred on by the private sector,” said President Obama in regards to the $4 billion InterAction members will invest in Africa over the next three years to promote maternal health, children’s health, and the delivery of vaccines and drugs. 
Aug 13, 2014
During a press conference on Aug. 6, President Obama announced that InterAction and its members would invest $4 billion dollars in Africa over the next three years.
Aug 13, 2014
During a press conference on Aug. 6, President Obama announced that InterAction and its members would invest $4 billion dollars in Africa over the next three years.
Aug 11, 2014
During a press conference on Aug. 6, President Obama announced that InterAction and its members would invest $4 billion dollars in Africa over the next three years.
Aug 11, 2014
A brief questionnaire for InterAction members providing data to NGO Aid Map that helps provide context to the information submitted. This form was completed by the Solidarity Center. 
Aug 11, 2014
During a press conference on Aug. 6, President Obama announced that InterAction and its members would invest $4 billion dollars in Africa over the next three years.
Aug 11, 2014
A brief questionnaire for InterAction members providing data to NGO Aid Map that helps provide context to the information submitted. This form was completed by NCBA CLUSA. 
Aug 11, 2014
During a press conference on Aug. 6, President Obama announced that InterAction and its members would invest $4 billion dollars in Africa over the next three years.

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