I think particularly as it's related to many of the initiatives we do, depending on the country, whether in Africa or around the world, we can't do without government support, whether it's federal government, and very often it's local government, local communities. In Africa we may need tribal support to get some of these community initiatives done. It wouldn't be one size fits all in terms of how we work with government. It would be done on a country-by-country basis, depending on what their expertise was.
What we seek are the right experts to address where we think we can make a difference in how the communities operate. That's where we go for the expertise, and then it's working with whoever, whether it's the private sector or public sector, to get it done most effectively.