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Bill Gates

Superintendent Jorge Aguilar uses data to make a difference in the lives of students in Sacramento. We talked about how his own experiences have played a big role in shaping his approach:
The evidence is clear: if you want to empower women and girls, give them the power to decide what to do with their own money. #IWD2018
Proud to be on Team Fed. We’re ready for you, @SavannahGuthrie and @JackSock: #MatchForAfrica
I’m on @reddit right now if you want to ask me anything:
Here are 4 things I won’t be doing today… and one thing I will:
People today are living longer, healthier, and happier lives than ever before. I asked @sapinker to explain why.
The idea that children shouldn’t die of malaria isn’t just our value. It’s a human value. Parents in every culture want their children to survive and thrive. That’s why our foundation partners with thousands of organizations to reach people where they are:
.@melindagates talks about the experience that opened our eyes to the inequities in the world, and the incredible progress that makes us optimistic about the future.
At Microsoft, I got deep into computer science. At the foundation, it’s computer science plus biology, chemistry, agronomy, and more. I can’t imagine a better way to spend the bulk of my time: #TBT
Last year, Melinda and I took a trip to Atlanta, Georgia. What we saw reinforced our belief that education is the best way to break the cycle of poverty, and made us think through other ways we could help:
Although there’s been some progress over the past decade, America’s public schools are still falling short on important metrics. In our Annual Letter, Melinda and I explore how we can meet that challenge:
Although Melinda and I see a lot of disease and poverty in our travels—and many other big problems that need to be solved—we also see the best of humanity:
As counterintuitive as it may seem, population sizes don’t go up as the world gets healthier. They go down:
Melinda and I got a kick out of doing our first autocomplete challenge. We answer more tough questions in our Annual Letter:
I’m on Facebook Live with @melindagates and @Lin_Manuel to discuss why we’re more optimistic than ever:…
You’re 37 times less likely to be killed today by a lightning bolt than you were at the turn of the 20th century – and that’s not because there are fewer thunderstorms:
I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about how the information we consume shapes our perception of the world. I’m glad we have brilliant thinkers like Steven Pinker to help us spot signs of progress:
I can’t wait for readers to get their hands on my new favorite book. You can download a free chapter of “Enlightenment Now” here:
I sat down with @sapinker and @SocialQPhilip to talk about Steven’s upcoming book, “Enlightenment Now.” I came away from the conversation with a renewed sense of optimism about the world:
Playing tennis with @rogerfederer was one of my favorite parts of 2017. I can’t wait to team up with him again on March 5th for the next Match for Africa with @JackSock and @SavannahGuthrie:
I’m optimistic that we’ll see an end to malaria in my lifetime. It’s a preventable and curable disease, and we’ve already demonstrated that progress is possible. Here’s what it will take to end malaria for good:
Inspired by my conversation with two great leaders, @JustinTrudeau and Jack Ma.
Welcome to the End Malaria Council, @JulieBishopMP. Australia has shown tremendous leadership in the fight against malaria, and I’m excited about what we can accomplish together:
I’m excited to share my first #VR video of 2018. Travel with me to India and learn how the country wiped out polio within its borders:
We’re closer now than we have ever been to eradicating polio. That’s why it’s more important than ever to support organizations like @Rotary that help polio workers on the frontlines of this fight:
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