Gates Foundation’s ‘Grand Challenges’ Highlights 14 Innovative Projects In Global Health

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David D’Argenio and Kedest Tesfagiorgis, both program officers in global health discovery and translational sciences at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, mark a decade of the foundation’s “Grand Challenges in Global Health” and highlight 14 projects in depth, writing, “By understanding how some of the first projects have progressed, we can see glimpses of the amazing advances that are possible and glean lessons that will inspire more solutions for more people over time” (2/13).

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