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Former ONE Campaign staff attend private meeting with members of ONE Leadership and Board in Johannesburg, South Africa
Former staff from the ONE Campaign’s South Africa office met with the organization’s co-founder, Bono, as well as ONE CEO Gayle Smith, ONE Board Chair Tom Freston, and ONE Africa Executive Director Rudo Kwaramba-Kayombo in Johannesburg, South Africa to discuss past work practices and their employment conditions in ONE’s Johannesburg office between 2011-2015.
Where is the progress promised on gender? Women at “the frontlines of fight against gender inequality and global poverty” speak out
As current pace of change means global gender equality won’t be reached for 108 years, powerful open letter warns this is “unacceptable”
Government of Senegal Joins forces with CSOs to Foster More Open and Transparent Government Practices
Taking another step to fostering open governance, the Government of Senegal in partnership with ONE Campaign and the Open Government Partnership hosted a two-day multi-stakeholder workshop…
Today, [Friday, 11 January], The Global Fund to fight AIDS, TB and Malaria announced it is seeking $14 billion to continue its life-saving work for the next three years. If it meets this goal, the Fund could help save 16 million lives between 2021-2023.
DAKAR, Senegal – The Ghanaian-based innovation group, Dext Technology has walked away with the 2018 ONE Africa Award.
The ONE Campaign, the global nonprofit organization cofounded by U2 lead singer Bono to fight extreme poverty, is delighted to announce the creation of the new Global Leadership Circle to recognize and engage a diverse group of top financial supporters and champions who share ONE’s deep commitment to helping the world’s poorest.
This week, two African governments launched investigations into grand corruption.
Today, ONE Campaigns anti-corruption ambassador, Innocent Idibia also known as TuBaba, joined the 2018 Africa Governance Architecture (AGA) Regional Youth Consultations in Gaborone, Botswana, as a guest of honour. The…
Following the African Union’s declaration on corruption from the 31st summit in Mauritania, the ONE Campaign issued the below statement, applauding the continental body while urging African leaders to take concrete steps to implement the key reforms highlighted in the declaration that can advance the fight against corruption on the continent.
The 2018 budget appropriation signed into law by President Muhammadu Buhari on June 20 is a momentous development in Nigeria’s journey to universal health coverage for all its citizens.
More than 150 Civil Society Organizations from 37 African Countries have called on the African Union to seize the AU Heads of States Summit in July 2018 to take meaningful measures to address corruption.
The 2018 budget appropriation bill passed by the National Assembly is an important step towards securing basic healthcare for all Nigerians. The allocation of 1% of the Consolidated Revenue Fund (CRF) for the Basic Health Care Provision Fund (BHCPF) has brought Nigeria closer to fully implementing the 2014 National Health Act (NHA).