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I’m amazed by how
has lent his entrepreneurial passion to philanthropy. I’m delighted to welcome him and his wife Rohini to the Giving Pledge.
The number of people living with Alzheimer’s is expected to skyrocket in low- and middle-income countries. This is a crisis that more people need to be talking about:
Access to state-level health trends in India will be a game changer for policymakers and practitioners:
What will it take to find a breakthrough in Alzheimer’s? We need to make progress in these five areas…
I have so much admiration for health workers. They go to the most remote parts of the world to save lives:
Tanzania hopes to eliminate one of the world’s most painful diseases by 2020. From what I saw in this village, I’m optimistic they will.
By investing in R&D, I know we can discover new innovations that will help wipe tuberculosis off the map:
My first trip to Africa with Melinda was the catalyst that began my
. What's yours:
the polio expert? It's just one of this superstar’s many surprising talents:
I had the privilege of speaking with
about how we can continue to address inequities in public ed:
Can you correctly identify these African countries on a map? You’ll be surprised to learn what they have in common:
This university is remarkable: all students, regardless of race or income, graduate at the same rate:
Bill Foege’s vision led to one of the greatest achievements in global health: the eradication of smallpox:
My approach to philanthropy might look very different if I’d never met Bill Foege.
Science can make the world a better place – but only if we work together:
Only half of the American students who start college will graduate. That’s why I’m constantly on the lookout for schools that defy the odds.
I haven’t heard many doctors talk about reducing their role in treatment. But when Tom Ellman speaks, people listen:
In 2007, small groups of HIV patients in Mozambique decided to challenge the traditional approach to HIV treatment. This is their story.
We can’t address what we can’t measure. To end modern slavery, we need the best available data:
I’m a big tennis fan, so I was excited to recreate this photo with my friend Elisabeth Shue from
Fact: disease and poverty are solvable. But progress doesn’t happen on its own. Learn what’s possible:
is one of my favorite people to talk to about the state of the world:
knows a thing or two about inspiring young people. We loved talking to him about how to empower others to change the world.
Tune in at 9:05am ET for my conversation with
, and more amazing changemakers.
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