At ONE we don’t ask people for money—we ask them to use their voice. In celebration of this, we're bringing some of the most powerful voices in music to a legendary stage for a night of mind-blowing performances. Join us for live coverage at 7 p.m. on December 1!
In ONE’s 2015 AIDS report—launched today to mark World AIDS Day—we warn that a growing sense of complacency and fatigue threatens to derail the progress achieved and the momentum needed to accelerate the world’s collective efforts against the disease.
"His father and I planned to have him and I made sure that I adhered to my medication so that the virus in my blood was undetectable. This feels like a fairytale sometimes. I have the sweetest husband and my miracle is my little boy. My HIV-free son."
They represent more than just a delicious turkey sandwich! In an age where up to one third of all food is spoiled or squandered before people can eat it, while almost a billion people go hungry, leftovers are a sign that we can reduce this waste in a small way.
Mark International Day for Elimination of Violence against Women by learning about Safecity, an online platform that encourages anonymous reporting of sexual violence, both to collect data, and to give women a space to be heard.
Lack of electricity can mean no light at school, in a hospital, or at home. It can mean diseases and death, mostly affecting women and children, caused by household smoke from cooking. Imagine the number of lives lost because of lack of energy.
As more Africans move out of poverty, job creation is the necessary next step and having bright young women at the helm providing employment is a way of directly addressing and eradicating the adverse effects poverty has on women!
Despite the funny name, the goal of Husbands’ Schools is serious: to involve men in health promotion and foster a change in behavior in their communities. The need was twofold: the vast gender inequality and staggering number of maternal deaths in the country.
Ara sees it as a critical duty to recruit thousands of bone marrow donors of African descent so that blood cancer and anemia patients will have a higher probability of finding a match and a greater likelihood of recovery from these diseases!