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Bill Gates

Since 2000, @gavi has vaccinated 700 million children, saving more than 10 million lives. That kind of progress is thanks to the many Gavi alliance partners, including the UAE. #vaccineswork
Good news in the fight against TB: More and more South Africans are surviving the disease:
My kids tease me for being the most competitive person in our family. My latest challenge? A game called “Guess the Philosopher” with @tarawestover:
Five of the books I couldn’t put down in 2018:
Tuberculosis has haunted humanity for millennia—it’s even been found in Egyptian mummies. This is the story of a doctor on the frontlines of the fight against one of the world’s oldest diseases:
If you’re a science and data nerd like me, you may be interested in ‘Alice and Bob Meet the Wall of Fire’ and ‘The Prime Number Conspiracy’ from @QuantaMagazine and @7homaslin.
Before we got married, Melinda and I talked about how we would give back. We agreed that, once you’ve taken care of your family, the best use of extra wealth is to help make the world a better place. Join us in one of our favorite traditions #GivingTuesday
Can we grow enough food to feed the world? Agricultural transformation is at the heart of reducing poverty and creating prosperity:
Considering the impact Silicon Valley has on our lives, I’m surprised how rarely pop culture gets it right. To understand how it works today, you should watch @SiliconHBO. Personally, I identify most with Richard Hendricks:
These six toilets could change the world: #WorldToiletDay
The future is bright for the world’s poorest farmers because of innovative companies like @myAgroFarms:
Farm yields in many parts of Africa are just a fifth of those in the United States. Innovations in agriculture will make it possible for poor farmers to increase their yields:
I just shared the stage with a beaker of poop in China. Seriously. Here's why:
There are few things I love talking about more than toilets.
I’m at @Stanford today to talk about energy innovation. To prevent the worst effects of climate change, we need to get to zero net greenhouse gas emissions in every sector of the economy within 50 years. Here’s how we can do it: #StanfordGEF
Thailand’s “Mr. Condom” has taught people that there is no reason to be shy about talking about sexual health:
In a country where most people were uneasy discussing sex, Mechai Viravaidya pushed the conversation out into the open. Thanks to his efforts, Thailand became one of the first countries to achieve a decline in HIV infections:
When people in Thailand want a condom, they don’t call it a condom. Instead, they refer to it by the name of the man who taught them the importance of using one:
Rwanda’s health system has become a model for other nations to follow. The country’s example should inspire all leaders to renew their commitments to primary health care. #Astana2018
As long as polio exists anywhere, it is a threat to children everywhere. The progress that we’ve made is thanks to the heroic efforts of health workers, governments, partners, and donors who are working to reach every child. #WorldPolioDay
I try to visit India at least once a year, and every time I’m excited by something new that our foundation’s partners are working on. Here are a few notable updates from the @BMGFIndia team: #StrongerTogether
Over the next year, I will be writing a lot about the effort to stop climate change. If you’re interested in a first look at what I’m reading and learning, join the Gates Notes community:
If all the cattle in the world joined together to start their own country, they would be the third-largest emitter of greenhouse gases. Here are four more mind-blowing facts about climate change:
We need the world’s brightest minds working on preventing the worst effects of climate change. I’m placing my bets in five key areas:
Creativity is how the younger generations will solve the world’s toughest problems. What will you create? #HourOfCode
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