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President Clinton and daughter Chelsea urge for equal opportunities for girls in schools

  • Former President Bill Clinton, center, smiles and laughs while children perform a dance to welcome him at the Farasi Lane Primary School in Nairobi, Kenya Friday, May 1, 2015. Former President Bill Clinton and daughter Chelsea Clinton are in the East African nation of Kenya as part of a wider tour of projects run by the family's Clinton Foundation. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)

    Former President Bill Clinton, center, smiles and laughs while children perform a dance to welcome him at the Farasi Lane Primary School in Nairobi, Kenya Friday, May 1, 2015. Former President Bill Clinton and daughter Chelsea Clinton are in the East African nation of Kenya as part of a wider tour of projects run by the family's Clinton Foundation. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)  (The Associated Press)

  • Former President Bill Clinton, left, and daughter Chelsea Clinton, center-left, visit a classroom to hear a lesson for pupils, scheduled for their visit, about the functioning of the female reproductive system, in the Farasi Lane Primary School in Nairobi, Kenya Friday, May 1, 2015. Former President Bill Clinton and daughter Chelsea Clinton are in the East African nation of Kenya as part of a wider tour of projects run by the family's Clinton Foundation. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)

    Former President Bill Clinton, left, and daughter Chelsea Clinton, center-left, visit a classroom to hear a lesson for pupils, scheduled for their visit, about the functioning of the female reproductive system, in the Farasi Lane Primary School in Nairobi, Kenya Friday, May 1, 2015. Former President Bill Clinton and daughter Chelsea Clinton are in the East African nation of Kenya as part of a wider tour of projects run by the family's Clinton Foundation. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)  (The Associated Press)

  • Former President Bill Clinton, center, and daughter Chelsea Clinton, 2nd right, arrive to speak about their foundation's "No Ceilings" project about the participation of women and girls globally, at the Farasi Lane Primary School in Nairobi, Kenya Friday, May 1, 2015. Former President Bill Clinton and daughter Chelsea Clinton are in the East African nation of Kenya as part of a wider tour of projects run by the family's Clinton Foundation. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)

    Former President Bill Clinton, center, and daughter Chelsea Clinton, 2nd right, arrive to speak about their foundation's "No Ceilings" project about the participation of women and girls globally, at the Farasi Lane Primary School in Nairobi, Kenya Friday, May 1, 2015. Former President Bill Clinton and daughter Chelsea Clinton are in the East African nation of Kenya as part of a wider tour of projects run by the family's Clinton Foundation. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)  (The Associated Press)

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton is in Kenya promoting equal opportunities for girls in education.

Clinton said Friday that while intelligence is equally distributed across the world, opportunities are not.

Clinton is visiting Kenya with his daughter Chelsea on a nine-day tour of Clinton Foundation projects in Africa.

Chelsea says the world has made tremendous progress in getting girls into primary schools because there are now 96 girls for every 100 boys in primary school, but enough has not been done to help girls transition from primary school to secondary schools. Bill Clinton says individuals should avoid doing things that will keep girls out of secondary schools and restrict their opportunities