Bill Gates Discusses U.S. Foreign Aid, Global Health During Visit To Washington, D.C.

Devex: Bill Gates talks hurdle rates and aid in ‘America First’ era on visit to Washington
“Bill Gates is in the U.S. capital this week making the case for continued U.S. engagement abroad. On Tuesday, he spoke at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce about the current politics of aid and what it will take to help countries become more self-reliant. Gates, the chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, praised Congress for rejecting the Trump administration’s attempts to cut the U.S. aid budget…” (Saldinger, 12/12).

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