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Bill Gates and President Bill Clinton on the NSA, Safe Sex, and American Exceptionalism

You want a world-class conversation about the future of global health, the vanguard of philanthropy, and the divide between ignorance and data-driven …

How phantom firms have robbed the DRC of billions

The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is one of the poorest countries in the world. Of the country’s 67.8 million people, almost 9 out of 10 live on …

Equatorial Guinea

Reforming food aid means saving more lives in times of crisis

A few months ago, the House of Representatives narrowly defeated the Royce/Engel Amendment to the Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management Act

Veteran’s Day and the ‘other warrior’

I think of my time in the Marine Corps every day. It was an exceptional adventure that forever changed my life. The process of earning the title …

An exclusive interview with Bill Gates

Bill Gates describes himself as a technocrat. But he does not believe that technology will save the world. Or, to be more precise, he does not …

Bill Gates

World Food Programme on Twitter

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Fixing food aid

In the wake of the recent government shutdown, the political ground in Washington is about as parched and fallow as I can ever recall. Despite what promises to be a partisan battle over the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, I remain hopeful about nurturing at least a few seeds of …

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26 out of 54

African states have pledged universal energy access by 2030

6 out of 10

HIV positive people in sub-Saharan Africa are women

Only 3/4

of …

15 Pictures That Prove Food Aid Works

How 1 hungry child in Kenya became an Olympic champion… then used his voice to give back to his community.

1. This is Paul Tergat.

2. He was born in a rural village in Kenya’s Rift Valley in 1969 and has 17 siblings.

3. He remembers going days without a decent meal.

4. And how waking up hungry made his …