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They have traveled together to neglected corners of the world—fodder for a buddy movie that Hollywood has so far missed."I knew him before he was president, I knew him when he was president, and I know him now that he's not president," Gates remarks with a smile while waiting for his friend to arrive.After warmly greeting each other, the two Bills jumped into conversation, edited here for space and clarity.Both of you are embarked on your next careers, helping to change the world. Clinton: When I left the White House, I decided to focus on things that I had cared about when I was there, where I could still make a difference.The Clinton Global Initiative encourages its deep-pocketed members to take action, requiring them to make commitments once they figure out what projects to undertake.Each commitment must be original, specific, and measurable. Both pivoted from spectacular first acts to second careers devoted to tackling some of the biggest problems on the planet.As founder of the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation, the former president is a forceful explainer in chief, elucidating what needs to be done to alleviate poverty and treat AIDS.
Clinton: We go to a lot of places where people have no television, so we're not all that famous.
And to the surprise of many who followed Gates as a full-tilt techie devoted to preserving Microsoft's dominance, he has pursued philanthropy with the same passion he once channeled into software.
At the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, he approaches problem-solving—particularly the scientific arcana of health and agriculture—with an appreciation of scale honed by years of living under Moore's law. The Clinton Global Initiative, part of the former president's foundation, claims to have improved the lives of more than 430 million people in 180 countries.
The 42nd president was ubiquitous at his event, moderating a panel that included Bono, Sheryl Sandberg, and Christine Lagarde.
Gates himself bounced between the conference and the UN, appearing on a CGI panel (“‘Big Bets’ Philanthropy") and meeting with the leaders of Chad, Ethiopia, Pakistan, Japan, and Canada.The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has by some estimates saved some 6 million lives and delivered a higher-quality existence to many, many more.