1 MILLION people around the world have stood with girls and women everywhere to say ‘Poverty is Sexist’, and asked our leaders to do something about it. Now that’s really hard to ignore. We’ve been really busy making sure African leaders got your message.
The African Union Summit ended in Addis Ababa with the launch of the High Level Panel Report on illicit financial flows in Africa. Read the main recommendations and what this could mean for the continent.
We can leave this world better than we found it. In 2015, we have a unique chance to demand a better world. Our leaders will make a new global plan that could end extreme poverty for good. But only if it’s really great. Watch the video, then choose the world you want to live in.
This year I’m going to be more demanding. Will you join me? This year is unique - world leaders are making a new global poverty plan and if it’s really, really great, we could end extreme poverty for good. There’s never been a bigger moment for our movement. And we’ve never needed you more.
Dear World Leaders (Cc: Everyone else), There are moments in history that become turning points. In our view, 2015 will be such a moment. It is the most important year for global decision-making since the start of the new millennium.
#Globalcitizens of the world unite – for this year we have an historic world leaders' summit and a confluence of conferences. World leaders will be deciding all our fates for us, so we need to #demandbetter from them, and remind them they work for us. Here are the key movement moments when activists must be loud and clear.
Big Brother Africa, or BBA Hotshots, is now in its 9th season and is the most popular reality show on the continent. Here at ONE we're really excited to be back for the third year running as part of Charity Week.
Right now the Kenyan ambassador to the United Nations, Macharia Kamau, is one of the most important people on planet earth. He is in charge of a crucial global process that will determine a new set of goals to end extreme poverty by 2030. Take action now and tell Ambassador Kamau to make Africa proud.
Last week, we launched our pan-African campaign DO AGRIC at the African Union Summit in Addis Ababa. We’re asking millions of African citizens to come together and demand our leaders keep the promise they have made to invest 10% of budgets in agriculture, and do more to support smallholder farmers.
This is the issue of our time. 2014 has been declared the ‘Year of Agriculture & Food Security’ by the African Union. As delegates gather for the 22nd AU Summit in Ethiopia’s capital, ONE is also here to make sure they deliver for the 70% of Africans who make a living from agriculture.
Today we publish a new report, Ripe for Change: The Promise of Africa’s Agricultural Transformation. It’s a vision of what a continent-wide agricultural transformation would look like for millions of smallholder farmers, illustrated by examples of success across the continent.