As Gates Foundation turns 15, their annual letter lays out goals-- and predicts advancements in developing countries will snowball by 2030.

"The nonprofit Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is celebrating its 15th anniversary by making big bets on key breakthroughs by 2030, such as forecasting the eradication of diseases including polio, improving innovation in farming in Africa to reduce malnutrition, the creation of better software to revolutionize learning and the growth of digital banking to give the poor more control over their financial lives. In their latest Gates Annual Letter – the letter they publish at the start of each year to outline the goals of their organization – the Gateses detailed their goals for the next 15 years and spelled out advances they believed would likely take place by then." -- ABC News