ONE: Working to overcome extreme poverty and curable diseases in Africa

Income inequality in the world is generally decreasing because of improvements in poor countries. However, within some countries, including the U.S. inequality between certain populations is getting worse.  Income inequality is particularly true for some ethnically and racially marginalized people.

Hemispheres explores some of the elements that make challenging development projects work.

Michael Elliott, President and CEO of ONE, the global campaigning and advocacy organization fighting extreme poverty and preventable disease. Michael and host Nikki Kayser focus on Africa’s progress.

 

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