February 14th is a day to celebrate the ones you love and here at ONE, we love our members more than just about anyone else. Our staff around the world just want to say a big THANK YOU for all the actions you take, the messages you send, the calls you make, and the support you provide!
We LOVE celebrating Valentine's Day, because it means we get to let our awesome ONE members know how much we appreciate them! This year we have decided to express our feelings for you lovely bunch through these traditional African proverbs!
In honor of Galentine's Day, we're celebrating some of the inspiring women from past ONE blog stories. It was incredibly difficult to narrow it down to a small list—a testament to the powerful women working to fight poverty, preventable disease, injustice, and inequality every day.
We want as many TD's as possible to sign our ONE VOTE pledge, to commit to helping the world's poorest by joining in the fight against extreme poverty and preventable disease. And to do this we need YOUR help!
Part do-it-yourself kit for pharmacists, and part in-hospital manufacturing, the Pratt Pouch allows local pharmacists to carefully dose out antiretroviral medicines into foil pouches that can be kept in the home for up to a year.
We’re going to level with you, dating an activist can be hard. We have high standards and expect a lot from people, we can be pedants when it comes to recycling and if someone calls Africa a country we are going to KICK OFF. But behind all of the marching and campaigning and ranting, there are some really good reasons to lo...
This group of development stars will be supporting ONE’s campaigns and advocacy work in Nigeria. Made up of supporters from Abuja, Kano, Lago, Makurdi, and Ibadan our Champions have come from a range of careers including medical officers, journalist, and students.
In Burkina Faso, 75% of girls and women have undergone FGM. But today, only 9% of people there are in favour of the practice. What's caused this dramatic shift in opinion? This photo story from DFID reveals the people and communities leading the way in making extraordinary progress to end it.
The bone marrow transplant is the only confirmed and accessible cure for numerous blood cancers and for sickle cell anemia. Unfortunately, a lack of African bone marrow donors is a main issue for blood cancer/sickle cell patients of African descent in need of bone marrow transplants.
South African tech writer and speaker Toby Shapshak says that “in Africa, necessity is the mother of invention” and there is certainly a boom in exciting new companies that are tackling vital issues across the continent. We have handpicked 8 of the best #GlobalGoal busting startups that are gaining serious momentum.
The New York Times recently published their annual list of 52 places to go in 2016. Seeing that there have been only a handful of destinations from Africa in the past few years, we decided to put together our own list of our favourite cities, countries, and attractions on the continent!