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Millennials want to make a difference in the world. One of my favorite comedians @Trevornoah urges us to give them a chance.

Wise words from @Malala: “I think it’s pointless to be hopeless. If you are hopeless, you waste your present and your future.”

“I got arrested, beaten, left bloody and unconscious. But I haven’t given up. And you cannot give up.” An inspiring #MLKDay read from civil rights legend @repjohnlewis.

I’m excited to share my first #VR video of 2018. Travel with me to India and learn how the country wiped out polio within its borders:

The number of people living with Alzheimer’s is expected to skyrocket in low- and middle-income countries. This is a crisis that more people need to be talking about:

I’m amazed by how @NandanNilekani has lent his entrepreneurial passion to philanthropy. I’m delighted to welcome him and his wife Rohini to the Giving Pledge.

This brought a smile to my face. A 13 year-old Swedish reporter named Fatma interviewed Melinda for #WorldChildrensDay.

Thanks to the efforts of pharmaceutical companies and their partners, millions of people are receiving the medicines they need:

Everyone knows about Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Tomorrow, I encourage you to join Melinda and me in one of our favorite holiday traditions: #GivingTuesday.

Ahead of #WorldAIDSDay, I want to highlight two heroes who have helped make stunning progress in the fight against AIDS.

This is what progress looks like. Now, more than ever, the world needs to reaffirm its commitment to fight HIV/AIDS: #WorldAIDSDay

The gift that gives back: This holiday season, every @RED purchase will support the fight against AIDS. Our foundation is matching every dollar raised up to $15 million:

Meet a leader who inspires me: Chief Mumena is challenging long-held traditions in his community to prevent the spread of HIV:

11 million people with HIV are alive today because of the medicines that @PEPFAR provides. @ONECampaign #AIDSReport

Dr. Krisana Kraisintu has dedicated her life to making medicines more affordable and accessible. Her efforts have saved countless lives:

If you’re looking for a great read to enjoy over the holidays, you can’t go wrong with one of these books.

A breakthrough in Alzheimer’s will dramatically improve human life. Great perspective from @David_Cameron.

Here are 5 amazing books I read this year:

How much do you really know about the people who raised you? This stunning graphic novel will make you see your parents in a new light.

Thanks to polio vaccines, there are only three people in the U.S. who still depend on iron lungs.

[email protected] is one of my favorite performers, so I was excited to read his memoir. As it turns out, we have a lot in common:

I’m in Paris for the big meeting on climate change hosted by President Macron. The good news is that there’s a lot of progress to report. Here are four reasons to be optimistic:

Our $1 billion clean energy investment fund @btenergy is moving full steam ahead. This is where we will focus our investments:

I wait for new Vaclav Smil books the way some people wait for the next Star Wars movie. In his latest book, he lays out how our quest for energy has shaped human history:

I don’t usually reach for historical fiction, but when a friend recommended this book about a communist double agent during the Vietnam War, I picked up a copy—and I’m glad I did:

1/ There’s no denying that 2017 was a really tough year... but it also delivered some amazing moments of hope and progress. Here are some inspiring tweets that you may have missed…

I appreciate how thoughtful my friend @RayDalio is about how he gives back. With every purchase of his new book, “Principles,” a $10 donation will be given to the charity of your choice.

Melinda and I have been working for some time to learn more about the challenges Americans face moving up the economic ladder. This book helped me understand what it’s like to be poor in the U.S. better than anything else I’ve read:

I’m optimistic we can stop climate change and help those who are being hurt the most by it—all while meeting the world’s energy needs:

I was excited when @TIME asked me to serve as its first guest editor. I asked some of the people I respect most to write about what makes them optimistic. I hope they inspire you, too:

I first met Mohammed Nassir when he was only two weeks old. Today, he’s five years old and thriving—a testament to the incredible progress we’ve made to reduce child mortality in Ethiopia:

I sat down with TIME’s @nancygibbs to talk about what gives me hope about the world’s future:

[email protected] is one of my favorite writers on the optimism beat. This article is a must-read.

These are just a few of the many people using their talents to fight poverty, hunger, and disease. The world is a better place because of what they do:

I’m excited about the possibilities that exist at the intersection of global health and the private sector. I spoke about how companies can harness these opportunities earlier today.

My friend Bono explains the potential we could unlock if the gender gap in education was closed: #GirlsCount

“When Breath Becomes Air” is one of the most moving books I’ve ever read. I’m glad things turned out okay for @rocketgirlmd.

In 1988, there were 350,000 new polio cases. Last year, there were just 21. Here’s what made this progress possible:

Whenever someone asks me why I believe it’s possible to end polio, I tell them about this trip: #TBT

Good news worth sharing… Thanks to vaccine innovation, countries will be able to protect millions of kids against typhoid: #VaccinesWork

We’re closer now than we have ever been to eradicating polio. That’s why it’s more important than ever to support organizations like @Rotary that help polio workers on the frontlines of this fight:

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