Ok so I'm a really big fan of TED Talks and there's just so many things we can learn from experts around the world. TED talks are 20-minute talks by experts who discuss technology, social issues, design, art, and many more. One of my favorites is the Jamie Oliver TED Prize Wish, where he discusses our generation's eating habits and how we are going in the wrong direction with fast food, sugar, no cooking, etc. You can see his talk here .
This specific talk is Esther Duflo talking about poverty in the world. At the beginning of her talk, she says that 25,000 children die every day because of preventable disease. That's enormous! She continues by saying that in eradicating poverty, it's all guesswork, you never know what exactly is the impact of aid. However, there are a few things that she's discovered that could definitely help reduce child mortality. Check it out!
(photo taken from Esther Duflo's TED presentation - sorry for blurriness)