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Bill Gates
There are more mobile money accounts than adults in Kenya. Here's why that's a good thing:
If you’re looking for smart investments, this one’s a no brainer:
Proof the world is getting better, faster. Learn more about our big bets for the future:
I'm betting that digital banking will help the poor radically transform their lives:
In the next 15 years, higher crop yields will help Africa feed its people:
7 of 10 people in Sub-Saharan Africa are farmers, yet Africa has to import food to survive:
Here's why raising farm yields in Africa is so crucial:
Would you say this gap has grown or shrunk since 1990? Find out:
Vaccines are a phenomenal investment. They’ve saved more than 6M lives since 2000:
By 2030, we'll cut child deaths by half—and eradicate more diseases than ever before:
This is one of the greatest accomplishments in global health and we're primed to do it again:
We can get polio out of Africa this year, and everywhere else in the next several years:
Here are 5 proven, existing interventions that save newborn lives:
I had a lot of fun in NYC launching our Annual Letter:
There’s never been a better time to accelerate progress around the world:
.@melindagates and I think the next 15 years will be transformative for poor countries:
.@melindagates and I just released our Annual Letter—we’re making a big bet for the future:
I challenged @jimmyfallon to a #poopwater taste test. Tune-in to #FallonTonight to see what he thought.
Why do people die young? It depends on where they live:
Scientists may have unlocked the door to developing new antibiotics: via @WSJ
These powerful photos are a reminder of the fantastic progress we’ve made against polio:
Cheers to this engineering miracle. A machine that turns poop into tasty drinking water:
I toured a device that will turn poop into drinkable water and electricity. Remarkable:
We’ve nearly defeated Guinea worm, plus 25 more reasons the world is getting better @voxdotcom
4 innovations I’ve seen that are helping poor farmers grow more and earn more: