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  • Bill And Melinda Gates Foundation Case Study

    Bill Gates and the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation: Bill Gates is one of the wealthiest men in the world, his net worth alone is $77.7 billion dollars as of July 14, 2016, ranking him number one of the wealthiest people on the planet according to Forbes. This to some, will not come as a big surprise since Gates is both the founder and owner of Microsoft Corporation. However, with great power comes great responsibility to dedicate the wealth you have earned to something that will benefit society. Gates has done just that, along with his wife Melinda Gates they have created a foundation called the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.According to the Bill & Melinda Gates foundation website, there are many focuses within this foundation. Some of these focuses include health, poverty, education, and many others. Not only is there a focus in the United States, but there is also a great focus in Africa, India Europe, and South America. They have divided their efforts into three major divisions: Global Health,…

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  • The Importance Of Drinking Water In The Third World

    feasible, but a global initiative is also mandatory. Energy Sources Almost any country has abundant renewable energy resources that include solar-powered energy, wind power, geothermal energy and biomass. In addition, relatively labor-intensive systems exist that harness these sources. One example is Kenya, the world 's leading nation for solar power systems installed per capita. Health Although international initiatives in combating diseases have increased dramatically during the last…

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  • Graduation Speech: I Am Bobby Gates

    Hello, I am Bobby Gates, the alter ego of William Henry Gates the third, or better known as Bill Gates. Bill is known to be one of the greatest business men in the world today or in all of history. I have managed several companies, been a huge investor in the world’s economy, and was a CEO- Co founder of the world’s largest PC software company Microsoft. I have also written several novels such as, The Road Ahead, Business at the speed of thought, and 6 pack. I have undoubtedly been very…

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  • How Did Bill Gates Impact Society

    The Great Impact of Bill Gates Bill Gates tremendously changed the lives of American citizens. Bill revolutionized the technology industry by personalizing it and created one of the largest monopolies in U.S. history. Along with this honorable achievement, currently, Bill and his wife, Melinda are extremely involved with charity work and make enormous contributions to philanthropic causes. These are the great contributions that Bill Gates has made to history and he will forever be discussed as…

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  • Bill Gates Accomplishments

    Bill Gates is a very wealthy man; although he did not finish college, he still had a goal and did everything to obtain that goal. His family was very wealthy and paid for his schooling, so he had a lot of money to back him up. Gates and his wife are also very charitable people giving millions of dollars to organizations of their choosing. Bill Gates is one of the most influential men in many people’s lives today because of his achievements. Bill Gates was born in 1954 when no one in the world…

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  • How Bill Gates Changed The World Essay

    Bill Gates changed the world by his wonderful and useful inventions use in everyday life. Bill Gates made a major impact in this world not just by his inventions but by hard work, being intelligent and being open-minded.He even change the world through technology, business strategy and aggressive business plans, and by charities, He dropped out of college to chase career and so he and his partner/ friend, Paul Allen made the best microsoft in the world. Microsoft changed the world completely.…

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  • Bill Gates Impact

    Bill Gates A major figure who is and has made a big impact within the public health and social justice field is Bill Gates. Bill is a Harvard University Drop out who became an American business magnate, philanthropist, investor, and computer programmer. Today his worth is 79.2 billion USD. Organizations that Bill is involved with are Microsoft and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Bill focuses on what he calls “catalytic philanthropy: investments in innovations that will improve life for…

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  • Essay On Educating America Young People

    started reading the Bill Gates article about Educating America young people for the global it caught my attention.” The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation strives for all students in the United States to have the opportunity to receive an outstanding education. For generations, education has been the foundation for a better future in the United States. However, today other countries are catching up and are being even more successful than us in education. Times have changed and our educational…

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  • Civil War Between The Sniper And Sunwon's Cranes

    JOEY A civil war is a war between groups of people in the same country. In Liam o’Flaherty’s “The Sniper” and Hwang sunwon’s “Cranes” both authors used a civil war as their setting. Although the topic for each story is similar there are things that were different. Bill gates essay In this essay i will be talking about bill gates. and his important features in life. the three features are he is one of the most 100 influential people in the world. also he is a executive…

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  • Case Study: The Silent Epidemic Boredom

    Boredom, the new classroom epidemic Motivation is the motor that leads students to pursuit their personal desires to achieve goals. However, students are struggling with insufficient interest on class material. So, who is to blame? Students? According to a study called “The Silent Epidemic,” funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, motivation deficiency is the number one reason students are dropping out of school. Classes are not engaging students to participate in the learning process.…

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