Reuters quotes Africa Center Director J. Peter Pham on President Obama’s legacy in Africa:

Now more than a year later, with the vast majority of Africa’s leaders attending a summit in Washington at Obama’s invitation, the U.S. president still faces a challenge matching the Africa legacy of his White House predecessor.

During the eight years of Bush’s presidency, aid for development of sub-Saharan Africa quadrupled to $6.7 billion, according to J. Peter Pham, the Atlantic Council Africa Center director.

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