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Over a year ago, Sir Richard Branson – the billionaire founder of the Virgin Group – quietly established a new philanthropic venture aimed at helping Zimbabwe, one of the most difficult nations in Africa to help.

Branson teamed up with the Nduna Foundation and Humanity United to establish the initiative which will have its official debut on Tuesday prior to the Clinton Global Initiative.

“Since the coalition government was established a couple of years ago, things have changed,” Mr. Branson said in an interview Monday morning. “Most kids now have schoolbooks, and hospitals now are open as nurses are getting paid.”

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