Undaunted: Looking for the Finish Lines of Global Health

With the end of polio realistically on the horizon, it’s not naive to ask what other “finish lines” might we dare to reach in the next few decades? Global health and development often feels like a game of two steps forward, three steps back – but on the ground there is real progress. Join the Aspen New Voices Fellows, some of the world’s most effective grassroots leaders, as they share their true life stories of mesmerizing, measurable success (and all the false starts and unexpected turns along the way).

UNDERWRITTEN BY THE BILL & MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION

Festival: 2016

Watch and Listen: World

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