This holiday season is a special time to give thanks to our partners for the life-changing work we’re proud to achieve together year-round.
For years, EMS and Fire crews have responded to 911 calls only to find an increasing percentage of calls are for non-emergent health concerns.
In my time leading large organizations — from the Department of Health and Human Services, to the University of Miami, and now at the Clinton Foundation — I have seen firsthand the importance of having a diverse workforce that is paid equitably.
Today marks the fifth International Day of the Girl. This is a day to remind ourselves of the power of investing in the girls and young women.
This story originally appeared in the Clinton Foundation’s 2015 Annual Report.
The Clinton Foundation is a complex global charity that works around the world to improve lives. In 70 countries, more than 11.5 million patients have access to lower cost treatment and diagnostics for HIV/AIDS and malaria.
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