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Michael Elliott poses with a group of children during a trip to Segou, Mali. One reason for his optimistic outlook is the dramatic drop in deaths of children under age 5.
Courtesy of ONE
January 21, 2015 That's the view of Michael Elliott, head of Bono's anti-poverty group One and a delegate to Davos, where leaders and activists are gathering this week to hash out solutions to the world's ills.
Former President Clinton, channeling his inner Bono, on CNN's Piers Morgan Live.
September 26, 2013 U2 rocker and international aid activist Bono got some praise and some laughs this week when he mimicked the former president (they're friends). Clinton got a chance to respond in kind on CNN. Check out their performances.
The "F-word" is famine.
October 4, 2011 It's the "F-word" that really matters, says a new ad featuring Bono, George Clooney, Mike Huckabee, Jenna and Barbara Bush and others. The ONE campaign, which works on the issues of poverty and preventable disease in Africa, is the sponsor.
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