Duke Global Health Institute Receives $20M Grant From Gates Foundation

Raleigh News & Observer: Gates Foundation gives $20 million to Duke for global health
“Duke University’s Global Health Institute got a big boost in its efforts to train students to fight health threats worldwide — a $20 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The grant includes $10 million for the institute’s endowment — funds invested for growth and ongoing support. Another $10 million is a challenge grant, to help attract and leverage other donations…” (Stancill, 7/15).

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