A lot of global development news broke in 2014. With the help of ONE's excellent policy team, we rounded up the most important findings of the year, from nutrition to energy. Scroll through to catch up on facts you may have missed.
Our top stories this year include a Google Earth tour of the world's most corrupt homes, Ebola explained in infographics, and GIFs every activist will relate to. Enjoy catching up on anything you missed, and we look forward to bringing you more great blogs next year.
Malala Yousafzai today becomes the youngest person to receive the Nobel Peace Prize. In this open letter to world leaders, she calls on them to seize the unique opportunity 2015 brings to “do better” – not just on education – but on development and climate too. We’re thrilled Malala has spok......
All over the world, people are coming up with new and innovative ways to help shut down the Ebola crisis that is still affecting Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. We’ve already shared stories about how people in West Africa are responding, and now a start-up in Ghana has come up with another great idea: Bitcoin Against Ebol...
On International Anti-Corruption Day, Miles Litvinoff from Publish What You Pay UK shares the progress that’s been made in bringing more transparency to the global oil, gas and mining industries, and the big issues we still need to tackle.
Right now 1,500 young people are being trained up and paired with health outreach workers to visit communities and explain how to prevent, diagnose and treat Ebola, and support survivors. With the right prevention and quarantines, the virus won’t survive. Our community-led work is saving lives.
Next week, International Anti-Corruption day could be a crucial moment in the fight for global transparency. But we need your help. Finance ministers from across Europe will be meeting, and they have the power to influence an important decision the European Union is about to make: whether to make public who owns and controls ......
In 2014, we revealed a shocking scandal. Every year, more than a trillion dollars is siphoned out of developing countries. Here's the highlights of our campaign and what the future has in store for our campaigns to tackle the corruption that fuels extreme poverty.
Over the last 20 years, extreme poverty has been halved. If we step up efforts, we can virtually eliminate it by 2030. Government revenues in most developing countries have considerably increased over the years, which is brilliant. Because of this, these countries have become increasingly able to finance their own development......
You may have heard the rumours that the Australian government is considering cutting the aid budget again. We cannot be silent when promises to the world's most vulnerable people are being broken. Please send a tweet to Julie Bishop and let's make sure she has the backing to stand up to her colleagues.
The idiom that if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again came true for Friends of the Global Fund Africa (Friends Africa) of Nigeria who finally emerged winner of the $100,000 ONE Africa Award at the third time of trying.
ONE’s brand new AIDS report finds that, for the first time in the history of the disease, we’ve reached a major milestone: the beginning of the end of AIDS. We added more people to AIDS treatment in 2013 than the number of people who became newly infected with HIV - and that’s a really big deal.
When Liberia’s president, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, announced earlier this month that the country had made progress in the fight against Ebola, the residents of Gozohn didn’t feel like celebrating. The entire town has been quarantined, and residents are struggling to access food and supplies.
Anonymous shell companies are a lot like Russian dolls: you never know who's ultimately hiding inside them. ONE Brussels worked with Member of the European Parliament (MEPs) Ana Gomes and NGO partners to organise a briefing in the European Parliament, with help from some giant Russian dolls to make our message seen and heard!