Remarkable progress is being made in development. Here's the proof.
Ethiopian born supermodel Liya Kebede returns to her homeland to raise awareness about the importance of maternal and child health.
Despite stigma and adversity, one father rose above to save his son's life. Now, that son is giving back.
Living Proof is a showcase of the incredible progress being made in development and a celebration of the remarkable people achieving itHear their stories
In Malawi, Grandparents Shaping Safe Children
In Malawi, agogos (grandparents) are responsible for passing on tradition. Can they also increase the odds of safe childbirth?
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Why did one of the world's most successful couples shift their focus to development? Because it works.
Their Daily Bread
A food fortification program is improving lives one piece of bread at a time.
We are nearing the eradication of polio
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Did measles deaths rise or fall between 2000 and 2008?
Correct! You and 0 others got that right. Measles deaths worldwide fell by 78% from an estimated 750,000 to 164,000.
Incorrect! You and 761 others got that wrong. Measles deaths worldwide fell by 78% from an estimated 750,000 to 164,000.
HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria
We have the tools to prevent and treat HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria and our efforts are delivering real, lifesaving results. But don't just take our word for it. The proof is in the progress.
Other Infectious Diseases
New knowledge and tools in the fight against infectious diseases - like polio and neglected tropical diseases - are saving millions of lives and empowering people to build better futures for themselves, their families, and their communities.
Maternal & Child Health
Millions of mothers and children are alive today because of simple, cost-effective solutions.
Agriculture & Food Security
Investments in agriculture and rural development are helping millions earn a better living, grow more nutritious food, and build better futures. Agriculture is a proven pathway out of poverty with unbelievable potential for the future.
Studies show that education - particularly girls' education - is one of the smartest investments you can make in the world's poorest countries.