Then he and the First Lady will take the trip to Goree Island, obviously a deeply important site both for Africans and African Americans. This is the site of the "Door of No Return," and the President will be visiting the House of Slaves museum there on Goree Island. Then he will also visit with civil society leaders at the Goree Institute. Goree Island has been a home for a very vibrant civil society, which is also a key part of the democratic development taking place in Senegal and across the continent, and so he'll have a chance to hear directly from civil society leaders there. Then, that night, there will be an official dinner that the President of Senegal will be hosting.
I'd also add, for the First Lady, the First Lady, on June 27th in Dakar, will have tea with the First Lady of Senegal. Then the First Lady will travel with Mrs. Sall to the Martin Luther King Middle School, which is an all-girls school in Senegal, where she'll have a chance to see that school and speak to the girls. And then, of course, the First Lady will join the President at Goree Island and for the dinner that night.
The second day, the President will begin in the morning by joining an event focused on food security. Food security has been one of our key development priorities, in which we've brought together the international community as well as the private sector behind approaches that strengthen African capacity in developing agricultural sectors that better feed the populations and also allow products to get to market -- allows Africa to forge solutions to the challenges of feeding their population.
And so the President will join an event that brings together private sector leaders and people from the agricultural sector in Senegal and across West Africa, and he will hear about the efforts that are being made to enhance food security and be able to join with them where there will be different expositions of technologies that are being applied to improve crops, improve the ability of agricultural sectors to meet the needs of the people.