President Bush in Africa
Mr Bush has been making pledges to help fight Aids and malaria, and promises of aid and investment, as he tours Africa.
George W Bush says violence in Darfur must be stopped "once and for all", as he continues his tour of Africa.
PRESIDENT BUSH'S AFRICA ITINERARY
Benin - Cotonou: arrival ceremony, meets president
Tanzania - Dar-es-Salaam: meets president, tours hospital; Arusha: tours hospital, textile mill and girls' school
Rwanda - Kigali: meets president, visits genocide memorial
Ghana - Accra: meets president, state dinner
Liberia - Monrovia: meets president, visits university
Bush highlights malaria campaign
President George W Bush has said the US will help provide 5.2 million mosquito nets as part of a broader campaign to tackle malaria in sub-Saharan Africa.
In 2005 President Bush launched a $1.2bn (£610m) five-year campaign to lower malaria deaths in Africa.
Bush calls for fair Zimbabwe poll
US President George W Bush has called for "free and fair" elections to be held in Zimbabwe.
Earlier, Mr Bush signed a $698m deal with Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete to reduce poverty.
Bush urges end to Darfur 'evil'
US President George W Bush has urged the world to take action to stop the violence in the Sudanese region of Darfur "once and for all".
Intervene in Nigeria, Bush urged
A leading militant group from Nigeria's oil region has written to US President George Bush, asking him to help solve their dispute with the government.
In pictures: Bush's Africa tour