Originally written on Fox Sports  |  Last updated 9/7/14

WASHINGTON - JANUARY 16: Former President Bill Clinton (C) speaks as President Barack Obama (R) and former President George W. Bush (L) listen in the Rose Garden of the White House January 16, 2010 in Washington DC. The Presidents spoke about how the American people can help in the recovery and rebuilding effort going forward in Haiti. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
South Carolina coach Dawn Staley typically travels in the summer, but rarely on a trip like this. The Gamecocks' women's basketball coach is on a 10-day visit to Africa with President Bill Clinton and his daughter Chelsea. They are part of a delegation assembled to see the progress of projects initiated by the Clinton Foundation. ''Each day is an eye-opening experience for me,'' Staley wrote in an email to The Associated Press. She was asked by the WNBA to join the trip as their representative and jumped at the chance. Staley said she has visited people in Malawi on a farm site that teaches them how to add protein to their diet. In Zambia, Staley toured several Clinton Health Access Initiative clinics in rural communities with Chelsea Clinton. In Tanzania, Staley saw the foundation work with Barclays to bring banking services to people without such basics. ''For the rest of my life, I will be able to tell people what it's like to witness someone hearing for the first time or to...
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