The US First Lady is now in Malawi on a tour focusing on promotion children's welfare.
Egypt is the next and final stop on her tour of the continent, focusing on child welfare, education, tourism and conservation.
Malawi has received a total of 9.6 million textbooks in the past few years through a US-funded national reading programme.
A third added: "Melania wore a *pith helmet* today in Kenya". The administration said removing a ban on elephants imported from Zimbabwe and Zambia and encouraging wealthy big-game hunters to kill the threatened mammals would help raise money for conservation programs.
Another sign read, "69 Days Past the Deadline to Reunite Families", in reference to Trump's zero-tolerance immigration policy.
Later, the two First Ladies proceeded to the Kenya National Theatre where they were treated to 45 minutes of live cultural performances staged by Sarakasi group, a Nairobi-based dancing and acrobatic group.
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Trump is on her first extended solo trip overseas as first lady. "The positivity and passion to learn was so evident in each classroom, and I appreciate the time everyone took to show me around the school".
While in the company of Kenya's First Lady Margaret Kenyatta, Melania went on to pet one of the baby elephants which apparently either enjoyed her company or did not just like her and turned against her.
"When people think of Africa, they have these standard narratives", Dionne said.
Mrs. Kenyatta, I look forward to visiting your country and know that together, we will be able to do great things on behalf of children. Numerous students must sit outside in crowds around their teacher. Chipala has more than 8,500 students but just 77 teachers, for a ratio of 111 students per instructor, according to the United States government. In southern Africa, the vocalization is often done as a celebratory welcome by women.
She also visited a local traditional ruler, Osabarimba Kwesi Atta II, meeting him in Obama Hall.