First Lady Melania Trump Greets Children in Ghana on Africa trip

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The first lady is visiting Africa on her first big solo worldwide trip, aiming to make child well-being the focus of a five-day, four-country tour.

Mrs. Trump arrived in the West African nation on Tuesday to open her first extended solo global tour.

She arrived in the West African nation of Ghana after an overnight flight from Washington and quickly made her way to the Greater Accra Regional Hospital. She toured wings of the hospital and distributed gifts of teddy bears wrapped in baby blankets.

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The US first lady was welcomed by the First Lady of Ghana Mrs. Rebecca Akufo-Addo with traditional drummers and dancers at the Kotoka International Airport in the capital, Accra.

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Mrs. Trump's visit opened in low-key fashion.

In her week-long visit of Africa, Melania is expected to also tour Kenya, Malawi and Egypt.

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Her visit to the country is buoyed by efforts of Ghana's First Lady through the works of the Rebecca Foundation for women and children in the recent years.

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