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Where Bill Gates’ Money Goes

HOW BILL GATES IS DONATING HIS MONEY SITE B T.B.CLINIC The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation was established in 1994 in order to tackle the problems of extreme poverty, poor health in developing countries and America's failing education system. The foundation focuses on these few key issues in order to make the biggest impact possible. However, the Gates' don't just hand over huge sums of money-they personally team up with partners around the world to fund innovative ideas and new techniques that will help the people who desperately need it make the most of their lives. Here's a look at where and how Bill and Melinda have been contributing their funds over the past 16 years. 1994 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 May 1999 $25 million grant to the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI) December 1994 December 1998 March 2001 May 2002 $50 million to support the launch of The Global Alliance for Improved March 2000 January 2004 $4 million in contributions to the June 2005 January 2008 $306 million package of Agricul- January 2009 $630 million along with Rotary Inter- September 2003 2007 June 2009 $16.5 million along with MDC, Inc. to 15 community colleges and five states to expand remedial education programs and boost the college completion rates of low-income stu- dents and students of color. January 2006 January 2010 $350 million commitment to 3 areas: - model schools and districts - professional development opportunities for teachers and school leaders the elimination of barriers to higher edu- cation through scholarship programs $60 million microbicide grant in conjunction with the launch of the Global Microbicide Project William H. Gates Foundation is formed with an initial stock gift of $100 million to the Bill and Melinda Gates Children's Vaccine Program $436.6 million in Grand Chal- lenges grants to support innova- tive global health research projects in more than 30 countries $50 million commitment to support targeted HIV- prevention programs in China announced $94 million to address global health and community needs in the Pacific Northwest $100 million initial commit- ment to Avahan, an HIV/AIDS prevention initiative in India Washington Families Fund, the na- tion's first public-private partnership providing sustainable funding to af- $900 million over the next 10 years to address issue of TB tural Development grants de- signed to boost the yields and in- comes of millions of small farmers in Africa and South Asia. national and the British and German governments to eradicate polio. This in- cludes a $255 million challenge grant, which Rotary will match with $100 mil- lion raised by its members. $38 million in grants to help leading microfinance institutions in Davos, Switzerland provide the world's poor with safe, affordable places to save their Nutrition (GAIN) fordable housing projects statewide. money September 1999 $1 billion Gates Millennium Scholars gift pledged to the United Negro College Fund October 2007 $100 million Grand Challenges Fall 2000 September 2006 October 2005 $258 million to develop a malaria vaccine, new drugs and innovative mosquito control methods (total of $1.4 billion committed as of 2008) July 2008 $25 million grant to support polio vaccinations at the NDMC February 2004 $42 million initiative is launched $150 million committed along with the Rockefeller Foundation to develop and distribute improved seeds for farmers in Africa. Explorations initiative launched to encourage scientists to explore creative, unorthodox ideas that could lead to major global health breakthroughs. January 2010 DONATIONS BY YEAR: $500 million to help reduce tobacco use in the February 2009 $12.5 million foundation grant to July 2009 $80 million added to Avahan $10 million over the next 10 years to help research, develop and deliver vaccines for the world's poorest countries. Maternal & Child Health Chanakya- 1994 - 2000 with National Governors Association (NGA) and 5 other partners to improve American high schools puri clinic in Delhi, India 2.344 BILLION developing world. encourage the expansion of reliable, affordable mobile financial services November 1999 2001 60 MILLION to the unbanked. $750 million initial grant to the GAVI Alliance 50 MILLION August 2008 $17.6 million to help those most affected by the global food crisis and support small-scale farmers in developing countries. 2002 October 2009 $120 million in foundation grants that illustrate the range of efforts necessary to empower millions of small farmers to grow enough to build better, healthier lives 2003 100 MILLION February 2009 $25 million partnership with the 2004 46 MILLION World Bank to purchase more than 100 million doses of oral polio vac- cine for Nigeria. 2005 694.6 MILLION 2006 1.05 BILLION BILL MELINDA GATES foundation September 2008 $168 million grant to the PATH Malaria Vaccine Initiative and a $66 million grant to support a new World Food Programme initiative 2007 November 2009 $290 million to be invested in four communities across the country to transform how teach- ers are recruited, developed, re- warded, and retained 150 MILLION March 2009 $60 million over 10 years to Wash- 2008 1.0576 BILLION ington Families Fund to end home- lessness among families with children throughout Washington state, led by Building Changes. 2009 1.234 BILLION SOURCE: Www.GATESFOUNDATION.ORG, 2010 48 MILLION AND COUNTING IMAGES: ©1999-2010 BILL & MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION. Brought to you by: Go Banking Rates SITE B T.B.CLINIC HOW BILL GATES IS DONATING HIS MONEY The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation was established in 1994 in order to tackle the problems of extreme poverty, poor health in developing countries and America's failing education system. The foundation focuses on these few key issues in order to make the biggest impact possible. However, the Gates' don't just hand over huge sums of money--they personally team up with partners around the world to fund innovative ideas and new techniques that will help the people who desperately need it make the most of their lives. Here's a look at where and how Bill and Melinda have been contributing their funds over the past 16 years. 1994 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 December 1994 December 1998 May 1999 March 2000 March 2001 May 2002 $50 million to support the launch of The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) January 2009 $630 million along with Rotary Inter- January 2004 January 2008 $306 million package of Agricul- tural Development grants de- signed to boost the yields and in- comes of millions of small farmers in Africa and South Asia. September 2003 June 2005 2007 June 2009 $16.5 million along with MDC, Inc. to 15 community colleges and five states to expand remedial education programs and boost the college completion rates of low-income stu- dents and students of color. January 2006 January 2010 $25 million grant to the $350 million commitment to 3 areas: $60 million microbicide grant in conjunction with the launch of the Global Microbicide Project William H. Gates Foundation is formed with an initial stock gift of $100 million to the Bill and $4 million in contributions to the Washington Families Fund, the na- tion's first public-private partnership providing sustainable funding to af- fordable housing projects statewide. $50 million commitment to support targeted HIV- prevention programs in China announced $100 million initial commit- $436.6 million in Grand Chal- $900 million over the next $38 million in grants to help - model schools and districts - professional development opportunities for teachers and school leaders Melinda Gates Children's International AIDS Vaccine lenges grants to support innova- tive global health research projects in more than 30 countries national and the British and German ment to Avahan, an HIV/AIDS prevention initiative in India 10 years to address issue of TB in Davos, Switzerland leading microfinance institutions provide the world's poor with safe, affordable places to save their Initiative (IAVI) $94 million to address global health and community needs in Vaccine Program governments to eradicate polio. This in- cludes a $255 million challenge grant, which Rotary will match with $100 mil- lion raised by its members. the elimination of barriers to higher edu- cation through scholarship programs $ the Pacific Northwest money September 1999 $1 billion Gates Millennium Scholars gift pledged to the United Negro College Fund October 2007 Fall 2000 October 2005 September 2006 $100 million Grand Challenges July 2008 DONATIONS BY YEAR: February 2004 January 2010 $25 million grant to support polio vaccinations at the NDMC Maternal & Child Health Chanakya- puri clinic in Delhi, India $150 million committed along with the Rockefeller Foundation to develop and distribute improved seeds for farmers in Africa. $258 million to develop a malaria Explorations initiative launched to encourage scientists to explore creative, unorthodox ideas that could lead to major global health breakthroughs. July 2009 $80 million added February 2009 $12.5 million foundation grant to encourage the expansion of reliable, affordable mobile financial services to the unbanked. $500 million to help $42 million initiative is launched with National Governors Association (NGA) and 5 other partners to improve American high schools vaccine, new drugs and innovative mosquito control methods (total of $1.4 billion committed as of 2008) $10 million over the next 10 years to help research, develop and deliver vaccines for the reduce tobacco use in the 1994 - 2000 2.344 BILLION developing world. to Avahan November 1999 2001 60 MILLION world's poorest countries. $750 million initial grant to the GAVI Alliance 2002 50 MILLION August 2008 October 2009 100 MILLION $120 million in foundation grants $17.6 million to help those most affected by the global food crisis and support small-scale farmers in developing countries. 2003 that illustrate the range of efforts February 2009 necessary to empower millions of small farmers to grow enough to build better, healthier lives 2004 46 MILLION $25 million partnership with the World Bank to purchase more than 100 million doses of oral polio vac- cine for Nigeria. 2005 694.6 MILLION 2006 1.05 BILLION BILL&MELINDA GATES foundation September 2008 November 2009 2007 150 MILLION $168 million grant to the PATH Malaria Vaccine Initiative and a $66 million grant to support a new World Food Programme initiative $290 million to be invested in March 2009 $60 million over 10 years to Wash- ington Families Fund lessness among families with children throughout Washington state, led by Building Changes. four communities across the 2008 1.0576 BILLION country to transform how teach- ers are recruited, developed, re- warded, and retained ome- 2009 1.234 BILLION SOURCE: WWw.GATESFOUNDATION.ORG, 2010 48 MILLION AND COUNTING IMAGES: ©1999-2010 BILL & MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION. Brought to you by: O Go Banking Rates SITE B T.B.CLINIC HOW BILL GATES IS DONATING HIS MONEY The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation was established in 1994 in order to tackle the problems of extreme poverty, poor health in developing countries and America's failing education system. The foundation focuses on these few key issues in order to make the biggest impact possible. However, the Gates' don't just hand over huge sums of money--they personally team up with partners around the world to fund innovative ideas and new techniques that will help the people who desperately need it make the most of their lives. Here's a look at where and how Bill and Melinda have been contributing their funds over the past 16 years. 1994 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 December 1994 December 1998 May 1999 March 2000 March 2001 May 2002 $50 million to support the launch of The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) January 2009 $630 million along with Rotary Inter- January 2004 January 2008 $306 million package of Agricul- tural Development grants de- signed to boost the yields and in- comes of millions of small farmers in Africa and South Asia. September 2003 June 2005 2007 June 2009 $16.5 million along with MDC, Inc. to 15 community colleges and five states to expand remedial education programs and boost the college completion rates of low-income stu- dents and students of color. January 2006 January 2010 $25 million grant to the $350 million commitment to 3 areas: $60 million microbicide grant in conjunction with the launch of the Global Microbicide Project William H. Gates Foundation is formed with an initial stock gift of $100 million to the Bill and $4 million in contributions to the Washington Families Fund, the na- tion's first public-private partnership providing sustainable funding to af- fordable housing projects statewide. $50 million commitment to support targeted HIV- prevention programs in China announced $100 million initial commit- $436.6 million in Grand Chal- $900 million over the next $38 million in grants to help - model schools and districts - professional development opportunities for teachers and school leaders Melinda Gates Children's International AIDS Vaccine lenges grants to support innova- tive global health research projects in more than 30 countries national and the British and German ment to Avahan, an HIV/AIDS prevention initiative in India 10 years to address issue of TB in Davos, Switzerland leading microfinance institutions provide the world's poor with safe, affordable places to save their Initiative (IAVI) $94 million to address global health and community needs in Vaccine Program governments to eradicate polio. This in- cludes a $255 million challenge grant, which Rotary will match with $100 mil- lion raised by its members. the elimination of barriers to higher edu- cation through scholarship programs $ the Pacific Northwest money September 1999 $1 billion Gates Millennium Scholars gift pledged to the United Negro College Fund October 2007 Fall 2000 October 2005 September 2006 $100 million Grand Challenges July 2008 DONATIONS BY YEAR: February 2004 January 2010 $25 million grant to support polio vaccinations at the NDMC Maternal & Child Health Chanakya- puri clinic in Delhi, India $150 million committed along with the Rockefeller Foundation to develop and distribute improved seeds for farmers in Africa. $258 million to develop a malaria Explorations initiative launched to encourage scientists to explore creative, unorthodox ideas that could lead to major global health breakthroughs. July 2009 $80 million added February 2009 $12.5 million foundation grant to encourage the expansion of reliable, affordable mobile financial services to the unbanked. $500 million to help $42 million initiative is launched with National Governors Association (NGA) and 5 other partners to improve American high schools vaccine, new drugs and innovative mosquito control methods (total of $1.4 billion committed as of 2008) $10 million over the next 10 years to help research, develop and deliver vaccines for the reduce tobacco use in the 1994 - 2000 2.344 BILLION developing world. to Avahan November 1999 2001 60 MILLION world's poorest countries. $750 million initial grant to the GAVI Alliance 2002 50 MILLION August 2008 October 2009 100 MILLION $120 million in foundation grants $17.6 million to help those most affected by the global food crisis and support small-scale farmers in developing countries. 2003 that illustrate the range of efforts February 2009 necessary to empower millions of small farmers to grow enough to build better, healthier lives 2004 46 MILLION $25 million partnership with the World Bank to purchase more than 100 million doses of oral polio vac- cine for Nigeria. 2005 694.6 MILLION 2006 1.05 BILLION BILL&MELINDA GATES foundation September 2008 November 2009 2007 150 MILLION $168 million grant to the PATH Malaria Vaccine Initiative and a $66 million grant to support a new World Food Programme initiative $290 million to be invested in March 2009 $60 million over 10 years to Wash- ington Families Fund lessness among families with children throughout Washington state, led by Building Changes. four communities across the 2008 1.0576 BILLION country to transform how teach- ers are recruited, developed, re- warded, and retained ome- 2009 1.234 BILLION SOURCE: WWw.GATESFOUNDATION.ORG, 2010 48 MILLION AND COUNTING IMAGES: ©1999-2010 BILL & MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION. Brought to you by: O Go Banking Rates SITE B T.B.CLINIC HOW BILL GATES IS DONATING HIS MONEY The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation was established in 1994 in order to tackle the problems of extreme poverty, poor health in developing countries and America's failing education system. The foundation focuses on these few key issues in order to make the biggest impact possible. However, the Gates' don't just hand over huge sums of money--they personally team up with partners around the world to fund innovative ideas and new techniques that will help the people who desperately need it make the most of their lives. Here's a look at where and how Bill and Melinda have been contributing their funds over the past 16 years. 1994 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 December 1994 December 1998 May 1999 March 2000 March 2001 May 2002 $50 million to support the launch of The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) January 2009 $630 million along with Rotary Inter- January 2004 January 2008 $306 million package of Agricul- tural Development grants de- signed to boost the yields and in- comes of millions of small farmers in Africa and South Asia. September 2003 June 2005 2007 June 2009 $16.5 million along with MDC, Inc. to 15 community colleges and five states to expand remedial education programs and boost the college completion rates of low-income stu- dents and students of color. January 2006 January 2010 $25 million grant to the $350 million commitment to 3 areas: $60 million microbicide grant in conjunction with the launch of the Global Microbicide Project William H. Gates Foundation is formed with an initial stock gift of $100 million to the Bill and $4 million in contributions to the Washington Families Fund, the na- tion's first public-private partnership providing sustainable funding to af- fordable housing projects statewide. $50 million commitment to support targeted HIV- prevention programs in China announced $100 million initial commit- $436.6 million in Grand Chal- $900 million over the next $38 million in grants to help - model schools and districts - professional development opportunities for teachers and school leaders Melinda Gates Children's International AIDS Vaccine lenges grants to support innova- tive global health research projects in more than 30 countries national and the British and German ment to Avahan, an HIV/AIDS prevention initiative in India 10 years to address issue of TB in Davos, Switzerland leading microfinance institutions provide the world's poor with safe, affordable places to save their Initiative (IAVI) $94 million to address global health and community needs in Vaccine Program governments to eradicate polio. This in- cludes a $255 million challenge grant, which Rotary will match with $100 mil- lion raised by its members. the elimination of barriers to higher edu- cation through scholarship programs $ the Pacific Northwest money September 1999 $1 billion Gates Millennium Scholars gift pledged to the United Negro College Fund October 2007 Fall 2000 October 2005 September 2006 $100 million Grand Challenges July 2008 DONATIONS BY YEAR: February 2004 January 2010 $25 million grant to support polio vaccinations at the NDMC Maternal & Child Health Chanakya- puri clinic in Delhi, India $150 million committed along with the Rockefeller Foundation to develop and distribute improved seeds for farmers in Africa. $258 million to develop a malaria Explorations initiative launched to encourage scientists to explore creative, unorthodox ideas that could lead to major global health breakthroughs. July 2009 $80 million added February 2009 $12.5 million foundation grant to encourage the expansion of reliable, affordable mobile financial services to the unbanked. $500 million to help $42 million initiative is launched with National Governors Association (NGA) and 5 other partners to improve American high schools vaccine, new drugs and innovative mosquito control methods (total of $1.4 billion committed as of 2008) $10 million over the next 10 years to help research, develop and deliver vaccines for the reduce tobacco use in the 1994 - 2000 2.344 BILLION developing world. to Avahan November 1999 2001 60 MILLION world's poorest countries. $750 million initial grant to the GAVI Alliance 2002 50 MILLION August 2008 October 2009 100 MILLION $120 million in foundation grants $17.6 million to help those most affected by the global food crisis and support small-scale farmers in developing countries. 2003 that illustrate the range of efforts February 2009 necessary to empower millions of small farmers to grow enough to build better, healthier lives 2004 46 MILLION $25 million partnership with the World Bank to purchase more than 100 million doses of oral polio vac- cine for Nigeria. 2005 694.6 MILLION 2006 1.05 BILLION BILL&MELINDA GATES foundation September 2008 November 2009 2007 150 MILLION $168 million grant to the PATH Malaria Vaccine Initiative and a $66 million grant to support a new World Food Programme initiative $290 million to be invested in March 2009 $60 million over 10 years to Wash- ington Families Fund lessness among families with children throughout Washington state, led by Building Changes. four communities across the 2008 1.0576 BILLION country to transform how teach- ers are recruited, developed, re- warded, and retained ome- 2009 1.234 BILLION SOURCE: WWw.GATESFOUNDATION.ORG, 2010 48 MILLION AND COUNTING IMAGES: ©1999-2010 BILL & MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION. Brought to you by: O Go Banking Rates SITE B T.B.CLINIC HOW BILL GATES IS DONATING HIS MONEY The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation was established in 1994 in order to tackle the problems of extreme poverty, poor health in developing countries and America's failing education system. The foundation focuses on these few key issues in order to make the biggest impact possible. However, the Gates' don't just hand over huge sums of money--they personally team up with partners around the world to fund innovative ideas and new techniques that will help the people who desperately need it make the most of their lives. Here's a look at where and how Bill and Melinda have been contributing their funds over the past 16 years. 1994 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 December 1994 December 1998 May 1999 March 2000 March 2001 May 2002 $50 million to support the launch of The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) January 2009 $630 million along with Rotary Inter- January 2004 January 2008 $306 million package of Agricul- tural Development grants de- signed to boost the yields and in- comes of millions of small farmers in Africa and South Asia. September 2003 June 2005 2007 June 2009 $16.5 million along with MDC, Inc. to 15 community colleges and five states to expand remedial education programs and boost the college completion rates of low-income stu- dents and students of color. January 2006 January 2010 $25 million grant to the $350 million commitment to 3 areas: $60 million microbicide grant in conjunction with the launch of the Global Microbicide Project William H. Gates Foundation is formed with an initial stock gift of $100 million to the Bill and $4 million in contributions to the Washington Families Fund, the na- tion's first public-private partnership providing sustainable funding to af- fordable housing projects statewide. $50 million commitment to support targeted HIV- prevention programs in China announced $100 million initial commit- $436.6 million in Grand Chal- $900 million over the next $38 million in grants to help - model schools and districts - professional development opportunities for teachers and school leaders Melinda Gates Children's International AIDS Vaccine lenges grants to support innova- tive global health research projects in more than 30 countries national and the British and German ment to Avahan, an HIV/AIDS prevention initiative in India 10 years to address issue of TB in Davos, Switzerland leading microfinance institutions provide the world's poor with safe, affordable places to save their Initiative (IAVI) $94 million to address global health and community needs in Vaccine Program governments to eradicate polio. This in- cludes a $255 million challenge grant, which Rotary will match with $100 mil- lion raised by its members. the elimination of barriers to higher edu- cation through scholarship programs $ the Pacific Northwest money September 1999 $1 billion Gates Millennium Scholars gift pledged to the United Negro College Fund October 2007 Fall 2000 October 2005 September 2006 $100 million Grand Challenges July 2008 DONATIONS BY YEAR: February 2004 January 2010 $25 million grant to support polio vaccinations at the NDMC Maternal & Child Health Chanakya- puri clinic in Delhi, India $150 million committed along with the Rockefeller Foundation to develop and distribute improved seeds for farmers in Africa. $258 million to develop a malaria Explorations initiative launched to encourage scientists to explore creative, unorthodox ideas that could lead to major global health breakthroughs. July 2009 $80 million added February 2009 $12.5 million foundation grant to encourage the expansion of reliable, affordable mobile financial services to the unbanked. $500 million to help $42 million initiative is launched with National Governors Association (NGA) and 5 other partners to improve American high schools vaccine, new drugs and innovative mosquito control methods (total of $1.4 billion committed as of 2008) $10 million over the next 10 years to help research, develop and deliver vaccines for the reduce tobacco use in the 1994 - 2000 2.344 BILLION developing world. to Avahan November 1999 2001 60 MILLION world's poorest countries. $750 million initial grant to the GAVI Alliance 2002 50 MILLION August 2008 October 2009 100 MILLION $120 million in foundation grants $17.6 million to help those most affected by the global food crisis and support small-scale farmers in developing countries. 2003 that illustrate the range of efforts February 2009 necessary to empower millions of small farmers to grow enough to build better, healthier lives 2004 46 MILLION $25 million partnership with the World Bank to purchase more than 100 million doses of oral polio vac- cine for Nigeria. 2005 694.6 MILLION 2006 1.05 BILLION BILL&MELINDA GATES foundation September 2008 November 2009 2007 150 MILLION $168 million grant to the PATH Malaria Vaccine Initiative and a $66 million grant to support a new World Food Programme initiative $290 million to be invested in March 2009 $60 million over 10 years to Wash- ington Families Fund lessness among families with children throughout Washington state, led by Building Changes. four communities across the 2008 1.0576 BILLION country to transform how teach- ers are recruited, developed, re- warded, and retained ome- 2009 1.234 BILLION SOURCE: WWw.GATESFOUNDATION.ORG, 2010 48 MILLION AND COUNTING IMAGES: ©1999-2010 BILL & MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION. Brought to you by: O Go Banking Rates SITE B T.B.CLINIC HOW BILL GATES IS DONATING HIS MONEY The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation was established in 1994 in order to tackle the problems of extreme poverty, poor health in developing countries and America's failing education system. The foundation focuses on these few key issues in order to make the biggest impact possible. However, the Gates' don't just hand over huge sums of money--they personally team up with partners around the world to fund innovative ideas and new techniques that will help the people who desperately need it make the most of their lives. Here's a look at where and how Bill and Melinda have been contributing their funds over the past 16 years. 1994 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 December 1994 December 1998 May 1999 March 2000 March 2001 May 2002 $50 million to support the launch of The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) January 2009 $630 million along with Rotary Inter- January 2004 January 2008 $306 million package of Agricul- tural Development grants de- signed to boost the yields and in- comes of millions of small farmers in Africa and South Asia. September 2003 June 2005 2007 June 2009 $16.5 million along with MDC, Inc. to 15 community colleges and five states to expand remedial education programs and boost the college completion rates of low-income stu- dents and students of color. January 2006 January 2010 $25 million grant to the $350 million commitment to 3 areas: $60 million microbicide grant in conjunction with the launch of the Global Microbicide Project William H. Gates Foundation is formed with an initial stock gift of $100 million to the Bill and $4 million in contributions to the Washington Families Fund, the na- tion's first public-private partnership providing sustainable funding to af- fordable housing projects statewide. $50 million commitment to support targeted HIV- prevention programs in China announced $100 million initial commit- $436.6 million in Grand Chal- $900 million over the next $38 million in grants to help - model schools and districts - professional development opportunities for teachers and school leaders Melinda Gates Children's International AIDS Vaccine lenges grants to support innova- tive global health research projects in more than 30 countries national and the British and German ment to Avahan, an HIV/AIDS prevention initiative in India 10 years to address issue of TB in Davos, Switzerland leading microfinance institutions provide the world's poor with safe, affordable places to save their Initiative (IAVI) $94 million to address global health and community needs in Vaccine Program governments to eradicate polio. This in- cludes a $255 million challenge grant, which Rotary will match with $100 mil- lion raised by its members. the elimination of barriers to higher edu- cation through scholarship programs $ the Pacific Northwest money September 1999 $1 billion Gates Millennium Scholars gift pledged to the United Negro College Fund October 2007 Fall 2000 October 2005 September 2006 $100 million Grand Challenges July 2008 DONATIONS BY YEAR: February 2004 January 2010 $25 million grant to support polio vaccinations at the NDMC Maternal & Child Health Chanakya- puri clinic in Delhi, India $150 million committed along with the Rockefeller Foundation to develop and distribute improved seeds for farmers in Africa. $258 million to develop a malaria Explorations initiative launched to encourage scientists to explore creative, unorthodox ideas that could lead to major global health breakthroughs. July 2009 $80 million added February 2009 $12.5 million foundation grant to encourage the expansion of reliable, affordable mobile financial services to the unbanked. $500 million to help $42 million initiative is launched with National Governors Association (NGA) and 5 other partners to improve American high schools vaccine, new drugs and innovative mosquito control methods (total of $1.4 billion committed as of 2008) $10 million over the next 10 years to help research, develop and deliver vaccines for the reduce tobacco use in the 1994 - 2000 2.344 BILLION developing world. to Avahan November 1999 2001 60 MILLION world's poorest countries. $750 million initial grant to the GAVI Alliance 2002 50 MILLION August 2008 October 2009 100 MILLION $120 million in foundation grants $17.6 million to help those most affected by the global food crisis and support small-scale farmers in developing countries. 2003 that illustrate the range of efforts February 2009 necessary to empower millions of small farmers to grow enough to build better, healthier lives 2004 46 MILLION $25 million partnership with the World Bank to purchase more than 100 million doses of oral polio vac- cine for Nigeria. 2005 694.6 MILLION 2006 1.05 BILLION BILL&MELINDA GATES foundation September 2008 November 2009 2007 150 MILLION $168 million grant to the PATH Malaria Vaccine Initiative and a $66 million grant to support a new World Food Programme initiative $290 million to be invested in March 2009 $60 million over 10 years to Wash- ington Families Fund lessness among families with children throughout Washington state, led by Building Changes. four communities across the 2008 1.0576 BILLION country to transform how teach- ers are recruited, developed, re- warded, and retained ome- 2009 1.234 BILLION SOURCE: WWw.GATESFOUNDATION.ORG, 2010 48 MILLION AND COUNTING IMAGES: ©1999-2010 BILL & MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION. 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Bill Gates is known for being one of the most obscenely rich people in the world and many of us dream about what we would do with that kind of wealth. But wait a minute, what’s he doing with that ki...

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