Washington Post Interviews Bill Gates About Africa’s Role In World, Health On Continent

Washington Post: ‘Africa hangs in the balance’: Bill Gates on why the continent is so important
“On Sunday, Bill Gates, the creator of the ubiquitous Microsoft Windows and now a global philanthropist, addressed the nations of the African Union at their annual summit and urged them to invest more in their health systems. … At the summit, African leaders committed to increased spending on health [for] the continent. Ahead of his address to the summit, Gates spoke with The Washington Post, about why Africa is so important to the world. Here are excerpts from the interview…” (Schemm, 2/11).

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