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Mon March 5, 2012
Changemakers: Matthew Schneider on the hunt for what truly works
This is the first installment of a new series on KPLU's Humanosphere: “Changemakers” explores how young people, connected and globally aware, are working to change the world.
For Matthew T. Schneider, the struggle to ease the suffering of people afflicted by HIV/AIDS or sickened by malaria is something of a numbers game. Schneider, who since October has worked at the Center for Global Development in Washington, D.C., is sifting mountains of data to understand how to best help sick, impoverished people in developing nations.