There is some great news! Today, a bank holiday in the UK, the UK government has announced that it is sending company secrecy on a permanent holiday, by requiring that the identities of those who own or control UK companies be publicly disclosed. With this landmark decision, the UK will become the world’s first country…
I am a reggae man, music is my profession. But when I am not singing, I want to put myself at the service of my continent, Africa, in which I believe. The earth is a factory that can employ millions of young people. Through agriculture, Africa can rise again.
Last week, the UK Government announced that 80% of British taxpayers will receive an income tax statement later this year which will illustrate how the government uses it, from defence spending to education to overseas aid.
What do children around the world play with? How are our favourite family meals different across the globe? These five incredible photo projects show the diversity of our everyday world.
Activist Charmian Gooch won the 2014 TED Prize for Global Witness last month. In this TED Talk, she explains why more global transparency would make a difference to the world’s poorest.
We couldn’t resist turning our African superstars into GIFs. This is what they got up to behind the scenes at the ‘Cocoa na Chocolate’ recording, along with what they said about the experience.
Yesterday the body responsible for collecting aid statistics released the preliminary Official Development Assistance (ODA) figures for 2013, showing how much donor countries gave in total last year. Explore the data.
UK Shadow International Development Secretary, Jim Murphy MP, set out his vision for the future of international development at an event organised by ONE yesterday. He outlined how the Labour Party would continue to help millions of the world’s poorest people if they formed the next government at the General Election in May 2015.
ONE’s new UK Youth Ambassadors joined us for two days to kick off the ONE Vote 2014 campaign. Here’s what they got up to & how they got stuck into campaigning straight away.
It was inspiring and way much more than expected: His Excellency the President of Ghana himself! His speech just boosted every ambassador’s motivation and gave us all the same feeling: virtually ending extreme poverty IS in our hands, WE can make a difference and last but not least: TOP leaders are backing us.
Africa’s hottest recording artists have come together to support our Do Agric campaign, and together have written and recorded the track ‘Cocoa na Chocolate’. It’s A-MA-ZING. Turn it up and get ready to move.
“The end of extreme poverty is in our hands!” This is the message that united our brand new team of Youth Ambassadors in Paris with very special guests Bill Gates, Jacky Ido and Cali. And motivated Bill to take a Selfie!
This incredible collection of maps really puts the African continent’s population, income, growth, and potential into context.
Today we are releasing our new song ‘Cocoa ‘na Chocolate’ and it’s yours for FREE. All you need to do is sign ONE’s petition. I’ve come together with some of Africa’s top recording artists, including Femi Kuti, Omawumi, Fally Ipupa, Juliani, Dama Do Bling and Vusi Nova, to tell African youth that their future is literally beneath their feet.
David and Zipporah sold the pig they had fattened up for 4,500 Kenyan Shillings ($52 USD), and with the money, decided to start a small business. Here’s how they did it.
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