The Prime Minister asked schoolchildren in Liberia what they wanted to be when they grow up. They said doctors and lawyers, to which David Cameron joked that children in the UK want to be popstars.
David Cameron is in Liberia for talks on international development targets and will have a "historic opportunity" to lift 350 million children out of extreme poverty, charities said.
On the third leg of his tour of Africa, the Prime Minister will co-chair a United Nations meeting on what happens after the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) expire in 2015.
The Prime Minister will attend a high-level United Nations panel on international development in Liberia today.