During Travel To India, Bill And Melinda Gates Discuss Global Health Efforts

News outlets report on Bill and Melinda Gates’s visit this week to India.

Hindustan Times: Bill Gates shares Modi vision of affordable toilets
“Having stepped down as chairman and then turning to a ‘technology adviser’ for Microsoft’s new CEO Satya Nadella, he now spends his time trying to save people from preventable death. It’s not easy, but the impatient optimist and co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has a plan. Funding the fight against polio was a small part of it. Gates speaks to health editor Sanchita Sharma about the things that excite him, things that annoy him, and the optimism that keeps him going…” (Sharma, 9/18).

Zee News: New vaccines can change India’s health battles: Melinda Gates
“Introduction of four new vaccines in India’s national immunization program by the new government can bring immense change in the country’s major health battles and reduce the child mortality rate, Melinda Gates said Thursday…” (9/18).

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