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Administration of George W. Bush, 2006/Dec. 14 Dec. 14 inaudi-ble]—which is very important for us also. And the efforts should continue being made by the American Government within the G–8 group, because Africa needs a lot from this G–8, and international exchanges also have to be reenforced. The Doha nego-tiations need to find a solution now—try to make it easier because cotton is but one of our important products in Africa, and in my country, two people out of three live out of cotton. It’s the same reality in countries like Burkina Faso, Mali, Senegal, where cotton is a very important product. So some subsidies granted to some coun-tries like America here cause a kind of disfunctioning in our country and on the con-tinent also. So America should help us smooth this mechanism. I’m very happy to hear that America is trying to set up a parallel mechanism that would really help promote VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:34 Dec 19, 2006Jkt 211001PO 00000Frm 00011Fmt 1244Sfmt 1244E:\PRESDOCS\P50DET4.015P50DET4 Dec. 14/Administration of George W. Bush, 2006 *White House correction. White House correction. Laughter] I’m hon-ored to be here. I’m pleased to visit with you all here at the National Geographic Society, and I want to thank you for inviting me to come to this important conference. I appre-ciate all of today’s speakers, including my personal favorite—[laughter]—Laura. As you conclude this summit, we turn our thoughts to those who carry the burden of sickness during this holiday season. There are members of our own families here in Amer-ica who are ill, and they live in villages half-way around the world. For many of their ill-nesses, there is a known relief; for many, there is no known relief. Yet for malaria, we know exactly what it takes to prevent and treat the disease. The only question is wheth-er we have the will to act. All of you have heard the call to act, and you have re-sponded, and I appreciate your compassion. Because of your work, children who once wanted [sic] to die are now preparing to live, and whole regions are replacing suffering and fear with hope and health. We can take pride in the progress we have made,

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and today we will renew our commitment to a world with-out malaria. I’ve just had a state visit, an important visit, with a remarkable leader from Benin. Mr. President and Mrs. Yayi, welcome to Amer-ica, and thank you for being here. The President is committed to a free soci-ety. He understands the need to confront ill-ness so his people can live in peace. And, Mr. President, I thank you very much for your commitment and your willingness to work with those who want to help to elimi-nate malaria in your country. I want to thank members of my Cabinet who are here, particularly Madam Secretary of Education, Margaret Spellings. Thanks for coming. I thank Randy Tobias. He’s the Di-rector of USAID. He, by the way, led the initiative to help put America squarely in the fight to eliminate HIV/AIDS on the con-tinent of Africa. Randy, you will have a won-derful legacy in your service to our country, and I want to thank you. I appreciate Admiral Tony [Timothy]* * laughter]—thank you all for coming. Thank you for taking an interest in it—Con-gressman Smith. I’d better stop. [Laughter] I think I’m going to leave somebody out. But I want to thank you all for your interest in this initiative. I appreciate John Fahey—he’s the presi-dent and CEO of National Geographic Soci-ety—and Gil Grosvenor. I want to thank Ray Chambers, who is the chairman of the board of Malaria No More. I thank all the social entrepreneurs who are here. I think people will understand that there is a call to act when we see a crisis at hand, and I want to thank you for acting. I appreciate Isaiah Washington, who is the emcee of this event. I want to thank all the program participants. Thank you all for coming. By bringing together such a wide variety of people, this summit is sending a clear mes-sage that we are determined to defeat ma-laria. We are also sending a broader message about America’s purpose in the world. In this new century, there is a great divide between those who place no value on human life and rejoice in the suffering of others and those VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:34 Dec 19, 2006Jkt 211001PO 00000Frm 00012Fmt 1244Sfmt 1244E:\PRESDOCS\P50DET4.015P50DET