The Richard Dimbleby Lecture 2013: Bill Gates- The Impatient Optimist

I hope you all saw the Richard Dimbleby annual lecture on BBC on Tuesday 23rd.

This year the American business magnate and philanthropist, Bill Gates gave an insightful and inspiring lecture on his vision of a world eradicated from Polio. He spoke of the effortless work volunteers did in Africa and many other developing countries. The volunteers trek mile after mile to reach millions of homes to vaccinate children under 5, in the sole hope to finally wipe out Polio and stop its spread.

“In the 2013 Richard Dimbleby Lecture, one of the world’s greatest entrepreneurs and leading philanthropists, Bill Gates, explains his optimism for a world free of the debilitating disease, polio. He explains why he is devoting so much of his time, money and influence to eradicating polio, and how we can all help to finish the job.”

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Polio Campaign Launch – Chad. Bill participates in a vaccination drive that aims to reach 2,200,000 children under five.

“Since the launch of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Bill Gates has become a leading figure on the international development stage, seeking innovative solutions to extreme poverty and poor health in developing countries.”

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By Seyanu

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