Q&A with Students at Stanford University
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In this Q&A with students at Stanford University, I discuss how innovations are saving and improving lives in Africa—and how you could win a $100,000 grant from the Gates Foundation for your own world-changing idea.
Learn more about submitting your idea to Grand Challenges Explorations.
You can download the transcript of my speech and the Q&A session - Getting Better: A View From Africa - Bill Gates at Stanford University
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