Melinda Gates: vaccines, inequality and caregiving I FT

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  • Financial Times published this video item, entitled “Melinda Gates: vaccines, inequality and caregiving I FT” – below is their description.

    The co-founder of the Melinda & Bill Gates Foundation tells FT editor Roula Khalaf, in an interview recorded on April 29, that women have lost $800bn of income in the pandemic and on average have contributed 30 hours a week to unpaid caregiving work, essential to bring economies back to full health. Read more at

    #MelindaGates #vaccines #inequality

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