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Today the UK Government has released its White Paper on International Development in a conflicted world. ONE has welcomed the paper, but there are still questions on delivery
ONE CAMPAIGN RESPONDS TO APPOINTMENT OF RT HON DAVID CAMERON AS UK FOREIGN AND DEVELOPMENT SECRETARY
ONE responds to appointment of David Cameron as Foreign Secretary
The ONE Campaign, a non-partisan global organization campaigning to end extreme poverty and preventable disease, today announced that Gayle Smith, the organization’s chief executive officer, will step down from her role in January of 2024.
Today, it was announced that Lis Wallace will be taking on the role of Acting UK Director for ONE, following the announcement of Romilly Greenhill’s departure. Speaking about the news,…
Finance chiefs urged to act as world’s most vulnerable countries face triple whammy of threats to economic growth
As the World’s financial leaders gather in Marrakech for the World Bank and IMF Annual Meetings, anti-poverty campaigners are urging them to follow the advice given by the G20’s Independent Expert Group and urgently accelerate efforts to triple the amount of affordable finance available to vulnerable countries.
The European Parliament’s vote highlights its continued ambition to ensure the EU’s budget is better equipped to face multiple and complex global challenges.
ONE response to the European Parliament Budgets Committee vote on the revision of the EU’s 7-year budget
Brussels, 20th September 2023 – Today, the European Parliament Committee on Budgets voted on the mid-term revision of the EU’s long-term budget. Emily Wigens, EU Director for The ONE Campaign,…
The ONE Campaign and Google today announced a global partnership between their two data platforms – Data Commons and ONE’s data and analysis site data.one.org.
Dr David McNair, executive director of policy at The ONE Campaign, said: “ONE has long called for African countries to have fair representation at the top decision making tables….
New analysis from The ONE Campaign shows that the combination of rising interest rates and lack of sufficient affordable capital from the World Bank is increasing economic pressures on vulnerable countries already at high risk of debt distress.
FCDO annual report and accounts, 2022-23, showed that the amount of ODA going to Africa has been cut by 15% (£762m down to £645m), which is much greater than the cut to most other regions.
Today, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) launched its 2023 report showing that AIDS can be ended by 2030.