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LA Welcomes 15 First Ladies from Africa

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"Empowering Africa's first ladies is an innovative approach to bettering the lives of millions of Africans," said Chairman Ted Alemayhu of the LA-based US Doctors for Africa about today's health summit at the Skirball Museum. "The summit will pair these leaders with U.S. experts, key political figures and important organizations to create ongoing partnerships."

The two-day Leadership for Health African First Ladies Health Summit that began today. Welcome to our city!