Former U.S. President Bill Clinton serves meals to children on a visit to India, highlighting a school lunch program that feeds more than one million children a day. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Former US President Clinton visited a kitchen in Jaipur, which is part of a school lunch program feeding over one million children daily across India. He arrived in India's northwestern Rajasthan state on Wednesday (July 16) as part of his tour to the Asia/Pacific countries of Vietnam, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Australia, to review the work of the Clinton Foundation. Clinton visited a kitchen being run by the non governmental organization Akshaya Patra where he also took a round inside the kitchen where meal for thousands of children was being cooked. He then visited a school where he served the mid-day meal to the children, interacted with some of the students and praised the efforts of the organization running the kitchen. This was his third visit to the pink city where he first visited as the US president and later on re-visited as part of his Clinton foundation.