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7 things you may not know about Bill Gates' annual letters

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Every January, U.S. billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates releases his annual letter, a must-read for global development observers, professionals and officials. ...

Every January, U.S. billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates releases his annual letter, a must-read for global development observers, professionals and officials.

Here are 7 things you may not know about Gates’ annual letters.

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  • ProfessorDaveG ProfessorDaveG Ideas about innovation to help all lead healthy happy lives will be of great benefit to the financially wealthy as well. Clean environment, organic food, lower polluting industries, clean water, clean air and peaceful living are no longer dreams and aspirations of the green radicals (but thanks to them for awareness raising). These things are basic requirements for survival for all - think about the poor communist party leaders and their families suffering from air pollution in Beijing, think about the poor families of Dow and Monsanto leaders having to eat chemically laced food, think about the poor Fukushima nuclear power leaders who have to live with their reckless irresponsible lack of foresight. 1 month ago
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  • MuhiddinMugne Muhiddin Mugne Thanks to Bill Gates for the great contribution giving to the Developing Countries.for their Development(I think has to be divides the Roles: lwt we know who is funding for the Agriculture, who is for the Indutries, who is for Education and who is for Healhy Life, healthy Cities & safety Roads & Technology development?). 2 months ago
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  • MuhiddinMugne Muhiddin Mugne With the Principle of do it well or don’t do it, I would like to express my idea hereby calling attention of all Funding Fellows that it’s better to follow what’s done as Project and checking ihow many is ts Cost, because today there’re many NGOs, and some of them are parasites(Some are of local NGOs & others Internationals as well);
    Anyway for the Development of the Developing Countries are needed Investments for useful Projects(creating/giving jobs which will improve, affecting positively to the others Sectors, as the Education, Health, Agriculture, Industries and the rest which are results of Economic improvement will follow) and that is what is needed from those who are funding.
    Then very important is also the Political Stability & Stable Security is that condition which comes as the first and should be prioritized( if there is no Stable Security, therefore no-one will invest creating jobs); Therefore Developing Countries need Stable Peace Building with Political Stability and to realize that is needed Super-Powers & UN to solve existing problems with Aim of Real, Stable & Durable Peace Building and this is what is needed from Politicians for Political Stability and Durable Peace Building.
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