GivingTracker| The Gates Foundation is now reviewing the results of its first five-year plan, acknowledging just how difficult it is trying to be a change maker. Bill Gates acknowledges that building Microsoft was a whole lot easier than trying to cure malaria.
In a NYTimes interview, shares a change in strategy in 2007, of peppering $100,000 grants throughout the network, rather than focusing millions of dollars on single ideas. About two thirds of the original $450 million in grants will not be renewed for many readons. Read on: Gauging Bill Gates’s Health Grants Five Years In.