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Bill Gates
A great explanation for why we need to help poor farmers grow more food: @TheEconomist
I’ve got an ambitious goal: save 61 million lives. Here’s how it can be done:
$42M flows through these banks daily. Best of all, you can keep them in your pocket: @WSJ
Always fun meeting @ONECampaign Youth Ambassadors, the next generation of those creating change #Solidays
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A data nerd after my own heart...Man searches for the best charity: via @TheAtlantic
We asked people to test out a new condom. Here’s what they said:
New ways to keep mosquitoes out of houses could help strengthen the fight against malaria: @qz
Here’s why the Beast Burger and other plant-based meats are cooking up so much interest: @TIME
What’s the secret to a better #TB test? Competition: via @nytimesfixes
Can a "cash on delivery" approach to aid help improve results? @TheEconomist explores:
It seems backward but immunizing mosquitos could be key to protecting ourselves:
Mobile banking is a critical tool in the fight against poverty and Africa is leading the way:
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Another reason to focus on college completion: low-income students fall behind wealthy ones
Mapping work to fight cholera could help prepare us for the next epidemic:
What many people may not realize–America is facing a shortage of college graduates:
Although I dropped out and got lucky, getting a degree is a much surer path to success:
There are 216 million fewer hungry people than in 1990, but progress is uneven:
Why didn’t the so-called population bomb ever go off? @nytimes explains:
I’ve made a couple of predictions that came true. But nothing like Moore’s Law:
Another strong @charlesjkenny piece: Making fragile gains on the world’s deadliest diseases:
In the next 20 years, hundreds of millions of people will be lifted out of extreme poverty:
Here are 7 books I read recently I thought you might enjoy:
I got a kick out of Randall Munroe’s brilliant, offbeat science lessons:

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