Meeting the UN sustainable development goals will require more private-sector engagement, says Mark Suzman, the chief strategy officer at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

The sustainable development goals were set by the UN in 2015 and include ending poverty and hunger as well as creating quality education by 2030. Achieving the sustainable development goals could unlock $12-trillion in market opportunities globally, with up to $1-trillion for the private sector in Africa alone, and could create up to 85-million jobs...

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