The Financial Times interview’s philanthropist, Melinda French Gates, about her latest campaign to encourage people to give as part of a “donor collaborative”.

She has already helped distribute more than $65.6bn. Now she wants to pool resources with the world’s wealthiest to make systems change at massive scale.

In this exclusive interview Harambee, as part of Co-Impact’s Foundational Fund, a forerunner to the Gender Fund, is mentioned as an example of an organisation working collaboratively to affect systems change – “…who understands how to implement, and who are strong and very good leaders.”

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Source: Published 8 December 2022.

Photo: Melinda French Gates, Olivia Leland and Amal Clooney with members of Co-Impact’s board of directors and advisory board, and program partners at the United Nations General Assembly in 2022 © Christopher Farber

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