CLINTON FOUNDATION: My Drug Overdose Saved My Life. Now I’m Saving Others. Like so many others, my opioid addiction began with a legitimate prescription for pain medication. In 2012, I was in a serious car accident. At the time, I was 24 years old and in medical school at the University of Pittsburgh, living the life I’d always dreamed of: I had a full scholarship, had […]

CLINTON FOUNDATION: How one changemaker is supporting his community by recycling

Rwanda is one of the smallest and most densely populated countries in Africa, with approximately 80% of the population working in the agricultural sector. Most are smallholder farmers, raising traditional staple crops. But some – like Theoneste – are thinking outside the box, and finding ways to turn agricultural waste like discarded banana stems into […]