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Monday, January 31, 2011

Clinton Foundation Improving Lives in Haiti's Tent Camps

The Clinton Foundation is working to improve health and safety for women in Haiti’s tent camps. A grant made to We Advance will fund training programs for Haitian women on health and gender-based violence issues. This photo shows women celebrating the opening of a We Advance clinic in Nap Vanse.!/photo.php?fbid=501344337251&set=a.80803687251.82448.65646572251

Clinton Foundation eNewsletter

Over the next year, we’ll continue to highlight some of our most important efforts and most memorable moments. You can read about some of them below in this month’s newsletter.

PLUS a video below

Bill Clinton, Steenburgen to open NLR theater

Former President Bill Clinton and Academy Award-winning actress Mary Steenburgen will headline the opening of the Argenta Community Theater on Feb. 17-19 in downtown North Little Rock.

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Bill Clinton Unites PepsiCo, Coca-Cola at Davos Summit

“When you sit down at the feet of Bill Clinton, he’s the one stop on all the issues,” Indra Nooyi CEO of PepsiCo, the world’s second-largest soft-drinks maker, told Bloomberg Television in Davos today. Coca-Cola counterpart, Muhtar Kent, last night praised the former president’s record on green energy and aiding Africa as he introduced him to guests at a private cocktail reception.

Friday, January 28, 2011

How Would Bill Clinton Create Jobs?

So Clinton says stimulus spending is not the option it once was. So what should we do instead? Clinton has a four point plan.

First of all, he said we should emphasize

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Thursday, January 27, 2011

Livestream NOW Bill Clinton in Davos

watch Bill Clinton getting introduced NOW

Bill Clinton is coming to UAlbany as part of the school speaker series

The first mention we saw of this event came via the Albany Student Press Twitter feed. UAlbany Student Association president Justin Wax Jacobs confirmed the appearance via email. (The SA organizes the speaker series.) We'll follow up when there's info about the Clinton appearance.

Join Bill Clinton's circle of giving

With the help of our Giving Circle donors, the Clinton Foundation has been able to provide more than 10,000 cataract surgeries in Peru to prevent devastating blindness; helped the world's largest cities reduce their carbon footprint; created healthier learning environments in more than 10,000 schools in all 50 states; and helped 4,000 smallholder farmers in Malawi build sustainable agro-forestry businesses enabling them to support their families and at the same time reverse deforestation. Joining the Giving Circle is one of the most effective ways you can build and expand the success of our programs around the world.

You get a free pen and frequent updates from President Clinton

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Bill Clinton at Davos meeting

Crowd pleaser of the day will be former U.S. President Bill Clinton _ a Davos regular _ who will be having a public conversation.

Bill Clinton says SMEs key to long-term prosperity

RIYADH: Former US President Bill Clinton lauded Saudi Arabia for its progress but said small- and mid-sized private enterprises were key to the Kingdom’s long-term job growth and prosperity.

Speaking at the 5th Global Competitiveness Forum here Tuesday, Clinton also issued a cautionary note to nations across the Middle East and North Africa that there were no substitutes for good governance and opportunities for the uneducated and impoverished. Clinton said if the Palestinian-Israeli issue was resolved, the entire region would have potential for

President Clinton's Reading Room

President Clinton often reads 15-20 books a month -- everything from mysteries and social commentaries to humor and politics.

Want to see what he has been enjoying lately?

Just browse "Bill Clinton's Recent Reading List" and order them here. If you use coupon code BOOKSJAN11* you will receive 20% off book purchases and a free leather bookmark that is available exclusively from us -- you will also be supporting the worldwide work of the Clinton Foundation.

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

by Bill Clinton A Global Vision for the New American Dream

For all its positive aspects, the age of interdependence presents profound challenges to our shared future for three reasons: It has too much economic and social inequality within and between nations; it is too unstable, as problems from terrorism to the financial crisis to computer viruses spread across the world at lightning speed; and it is unsustainable because

VIDEO President Bill Clinton at Saudi Fast Growth 100 Awards Ceremony 2011

"Innovation can mean doing the things you already do faster, better, and cheaper"
Scour the world and find people who are creating large numbers of jobs, says Bill Clinton at Global Competitiveness Summit in Riyadh.
Ony region where diabetes is growing faster than US is here, says Bill Clinton in Riyadh. Watch out for the health care costs and impacts!
Tap into talent of everyone, says Bill Clinton here in Riyadh
"We need to reduce inequality, instability, and unsustainability" and create an "economy of shared value"

HM King Hamad receives Bill Clinton

Bill Clinton Joins Barbara Walters in "Life and Death" Special

Former president Bill Clinton will be one of Barbara Walters' high powered guests on a special broadcast during February, "A Matter of Life and Death", dealing with heart disease.

The special will air on ABC and Channel 7 on Friday, February 4th at 9:00 p.m. CT.

Monday, January 24, 2011

Sean Penn to Speak at Clinton Global University University; Space is Limited

We have received a record number of applications for CGI U 2011, which will take place at the University of California, San Diego from April 1-3. As a result of this overwhelming demand, there are only a limited number of spaces still available for the 2011 meeting. As always, students are accepted on a rolling basis until we reach capacity. To be considered, apply today!

The final deadline is February 7, 2011, but we encourage students to apply as early as possible.

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Can Bill Clinton keep Hope alive?

Count PGA Tour golfer Joe Ogilvie as one player searching for innovative ways to keep the struggling Bob Hope Classic alive. The 36-year-old Duke University graduate suggested former president Bill Clinton as tourney host might do the trick.

"I think it might need an A-list host that says, 'you know, this is an important event,'" Ogilvie told Golf Digest’s John Strege after the third round of the Hope tourney on Friday. "I think the guy I'd have host this tournament is Bill Clinton. I think he was a Republican's best friend, even though he was a Democratic president. He obviously holds huge cachet with the Democratic party.

VIDEO Remarks by Bill Clinton at Shriver's funeral

Statement by President Bill Clinton and Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton on the Passing of Sargent Shriver

"We are greatly saddened by the passing of Sargent Shriver. He leaves behind an astonishing legacy of people helped, lives transformed, and communities improved. Through his work and his passion, he helped build a better America and a more humane world. And he did it with boundless enthusiasm, infectious joy, and the deepest love for his family, his nation, and his work.

R. Sargent Shriver was honored Saturday as much for his passion for helping others as his loving hugs and enjoyment of baseball.

Shriver, who fulfilled his brother-in-law John F. Kennedy's campaign promise by starting the Peace Corps, developed the aid organization into an international force. Others who have worked to help others through charities were among hundreds honoring Shriver at a funeral Mass at Our Lady of Mercy Parish, the Shriver family's church in Potomac, Md.

Former President Bill Clinton, first lady Michelle Obama, U2 frontman Bono and singer Wyclef Jean were among those in attendance, along with members of the Kennedy and Shriver families.

Friday, January 21, 2011

Bill Clinton promotes healthy school meals in Miami

MIAMI (WSVN) -- Former President Bill Clinton made a South Florida stop to promote healthy eating habits among students.

Clinton, along with several members of the Miami Dolphins, paid a visit to Edison Middle School in Miami, Friday.

Clinton promoted a healthy lifestyle to students as part of the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, a non-profit organization created by the American Heart Association and his foundation.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

VIDEO Bill Clinton out today

‎2011 marks the 10 year anniversary of President Clinton leaving public office to begin his work as a private citizen. Watch his video, read about his top ten accomplishments, and check back often to learn more about his Decade of Difference.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Slideshow Bill Clinton at Rahm's rally

Bill Clinton and Rahm LIVESTREAM 12:15 pm EST

Statement by President Bill Clinton on Martin Luther King Day

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Statement by President Bill Clinton on Martin Luther King Day
January 17, 2011 New York, NY Bill Clinton Statements
"Dr. Martin Luther King once wrote that nonviolence means ‘not only avoiding external physical violence but also internal violence of the spirit.’ Today as we honor what would have been Dr. King’s 82nd birthday a little more than a week after a shooter took the lives of six people and wounded 13 others in Arizona, including a member of Congress, we’d all do well to heed this message. While no one intends their words or actions to incite the violence we saw in Tucson — and it’s

Friday, January 14, 2011

SLIDESHOW Former U.S. President Bill Clinton speaks at the memorial service for Ambassador Richard Holbrooke

see the rest of the photos below the big one and there are some of Hillary too


GREAT once again

Bill Clinton's Foundation Our Healthy Schools Program getting results across the country.

via The Alliance for a Healthier Generation: Exciting Alliance news! Our Healthy Schools Program is now supporting more than 10,000 schools across the country. Learn how schools are using our resources to increase access to nutritious foods and physical activity.!/HealthierGeneration

Deadline to attend Clinton Global Initiative University nears

Only a limited number of spots left for the 2011 CGI U Annual Meeting! Apply as an individual or group by February 7 and share your ideas on how to confront the world’s most urgent challenges. The 2011 meeting will be held April 1-3 at UC San Diego.

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Bill Clinton in Chicago for public rally for Emanuel

Clinton will appear at a rally for Emanuel at 11 a.m. at the Chicago Cultural Center, Emanuel’s campaign said today. It also said the event is open to the public and tickets are available at the campaign Web site. Clinton will also be headlining a fundraiser for Emanuel that day.

PHOTOS President Clinton in Haiti, Day 2!/photo.php?fbid=493598092251&set=a.493596597251.269322.65646572251

9 new photos Bill Clinton in Haiti!/photo.php?fbid=492621222251&set=a.492618842251.268871.65646572251

Bill Clinton to Address ICANN Meeting in SF March 14-18

A personal source close to Bill Clinton has confirmed to us that the former president will give the keynote speech ICANN meeting in San Francisco March 14-18. The meeting promises to produce far more electricity than sleepy NGO-lawyer-techie-academic-lobbyist ICANN attendees are used to.

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Clinton Bush Haiti Fund's Photos - Honoring the One Year Anniversary of the Earthquake

GREAT slideshow!/photo.php?fbid=496043335632&set=a.496038550632.260391.269413620632&pid=6249882&id=269413620632

VIDEO President Clinton has mobilized global action

From life-saving solutions to life-building opportunities, in collaboration with governments, individuals, and organizations around the world, President Clinton's work in Haiti has responded to critical needs today while also helping Haitians build the country they want to become.

Learn more about how President Clinton is mobilizing global action to help Haiti build back better.

Bill Clinton's Lasting Legacy May Be Haiti's Earthquake Recovery Effort

Bill Clinton's love for Haiti began in Arkansas.
This is a great article

2 new VIDEOS Bill Clinton in Haiti

Bill Clinton in Haiti

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Clinton Bush Haiti Fund's Photos - Iron Market Opening January 11, 2011

Today we witnessed the re-opening of the Iron Market, a commerce hub dating back to the 19th century located in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.!/photo.php?fbid=495516085632&set=a.495515940632.260115.269413620632&pid=6242182&id=269413620632

New Photos of Bill Clinton in Haiti

Photos of Bill Clinton today in Haiti

Following Bill Clinton live in Haiti

Follow President Clinton (@clintontweet) on Twitter tomorrow and Wednesday as he tweets live from #Haiti, where he'll be marking the one-year anniversary of the January 12 earthquake.

Bill Clinton to Deliver Keynote at Hult International Business School's 2nd Annual Global Case Challenge

BOSTON, January 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Hult International Business School ( announced today that President Clinton will serve as this year's keynote speaker and personally present awards to the winning team at the 2nd Annual Hult Global Case Challenge (

Monday, January 10, 2011

2 VIDEOS Bill Clinton on Haiti

Since the devastating quake last January, President Clinton has been working in Haiti to initiate relief and catalyze long-term recovery. Learn more about his efforts by watching the video below, and let us know your thoughts on the work that remains.

Valentine Abe is bringing new economic opportunity to Haiti’s rural communities through fish farming – an innovative, sustainable business that can improve both incomes and nutrition. Watch his story below

Bill Clinton will travel to Haiti to mark one-year anniversary of earthquake

According to Clinton's schedule, the 42nd U.S. president will visit a number of projects backed by his charitable foundation, the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund and the Clinton Global Initiative

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton still thinks that her husband Bill is “handsome.”

After decades of marriage, including some not-so-blissful moments, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton still thinks that her husband Bill is “handsome.”

Agence France-Presse reported on Monday that Hillary gave the nod to Bill while she was a guest on a talk show on Arabic-language channel MBC, taped in front of students from Zayed University in Abu Dhabi.

“We met at law school ... I thought he was incredibly

Saturday, January 8, 2011

King Abdullah meets with former US President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in New York late Friday

Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah held talks here Friday with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on major regional and international issues, the Saudi Press Agency said.

Intelligence chief Prince Muqrin and National Security Council Secretary General Prince Bandar bin Sultan attended the talks.

The US secretary of state was accompanied by husband Bill Clinton, SPA said, adding that the talks were also attended by Prince Miteb bin Abdullah, state minister and commander of the National Guard

Bill Clinton is keynote speaker at the USA RSA Conference Feb 18

Friday, January 7, 2011

Clinton Global Initiative University meeting slots filling fast

We have received a record number of applications for CGI U 2011, which will take place at the University of California, San Diego from April 1-3. This is great news, confirming President Clinton’s belief in the commitment and ability of young people to change our world for the better.

As a result of this overwhelming demand, there are only a limited number of spaces still available for the 2011 meeting. As always, students are accepted on a rolling basis. To be considered, apply today!

The final deadline is February 7, 2011, but we encourage you to apply as early as possible. There is no cost to apply or attend.

Thursday, January 6, 2011

Thanks from Bill Clinton

Thank you to all those who contributed to the Clinton Foundation in the month of December. Your generosity helped us meet our year-end fundraising goals – including President Clinton’s donation match – and will help us take our life-changing work even farther in 2011.!/billclinton

January Programs at the Clinton Center

On January 20, 2001, President Bill Clinton departed the White House and returned to his life as a private citizen. Building on his lifetime commitment to public service, President Clinton established the William J. Clinton Foundation. As we honor President Clinton’s 10 year anniversary as a private citizen, the Clinton Center will continue to play an important role in the work of the Foundation by hosting first-class exhibits, providing valuable educational programming and maintaining our presence as a venue for community events in 2011 and beyond.

Bill Clinton : Haiti one year later

The one year anniversary of the Haiti earthquake is next Wednesday, January 12. Follow us this week as we look back at our relief efforts – much of which would not have been possible without your support – and reflect on the work ahead.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Your support helped the Clinton Foundation make tremendous progress in 2010 – together we initiated.

Your support helped the Clinton Foundation make tremendous progress in 2010 – together we initiated long-term recovery in Haiti, brought economic opportunity to communities in Latin America and Africa, and helped 10,000 U.S. schools create healthier learning environments. For more on our 2010 accomplishments, read our Year-End Report.

Monday, January 3, 2011

William J. Clinton Foundation Publishes Names of 2010 Contributors on Foundation Website

The William J. Clinton Foundation today published its list of 2010 contributors, with gratitude for the contributions which continue to sustain the work of the Foundation and its charitable initiatives.

Saturday, January 1, 2011

VIDEO Watch his video. Join President Clinton and other leaders who have joined NBCC’s Breast Cancer Deadline 2020.

Today, President Clinton supports NBCC’s Breast Cancer Deadline 2020. In a video featuring President Clinton, he shares his appreciation saying, “I applaud the National Breast Cancer Coalition's courage to launch this ambitious campaign to end breast cancer by 2020. The stakes are too high, the losses have been too great to let another decade go by…. And if I know anyone who can do this, it's you.”

Watch his video. Join President Clinton and other leaders who have joined NBCC’s Breast Cancer Deadline 2020.