In More Interviews, Bill, Melinda Gates Discuss Global Health Issues

Bloomberg Businessweek: Melinda Gates Explains Concerns About Mexico City Policy
In this video, “Melinda Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, discusses the impact of the Mexico City policy on foreign aid with Bloomberg Businessweek Editor in Chief Megan Murphy…” (2/14).

Capital FM News: EXCLUSIVE: Melinda Gates talks contraception, her Catholic faith, and Kenyans
“…While it had been made clear in the preparation for the Capital FM News interview with Melinda that she would not be discussing the election of U.S. President Donald Trump, she did respond to the question of whether she was concerned the change in administration and its ‘America First’ policy would result in a reduction of funding to the Vaccine Alliance; her answer: every effort had been made to impress upon the Trump administration, the life impacting nature of what Gavi makes possible…” (Burrows, 2/16).

GeekWire: Full Interview: Bill Gates on global health, clean energy, Trump, Microsoft, and the future of the world
“Nearly a decade after leaving his full-time job at Microsoft, Bill Gates sat down with GeekWire for an extensive interview about his work at the Gates Foundation, progress in global health and clean energy, and his outlook on the world. The billionaire investor was optimistic about the future, and said he believes the U.S. can continue to lead the way in science, innovation, energy, and more…” (Bishop, 2/15).

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