The Accountability Music Awards recognise African musicians and artists whose music supports the fight against corruption in Africa.
Nominate African musicians whose music calls out corruption and advocates for good governance. Nominations close on Monday, 18 October. The winner will be announced on International Anti-Corruption Day, 9 December.
COVID-19 has taught us that none of us are safe until all of us are safe. But with rich countries spending over $14 trillion to protect themselves, they’ve left the most vulnerable countries behind.
Join us in adding your name to ONE’s letter, calling on G20 world leaders to use all of the tools at their disposal to help the most vulnerable countries recover from the pandemic.
A handful of rich countries have secured enough COVID-19 vaccine doses to vaccinate up to five times their population, leaving many countries struggling to vaccinate even their most vulnerable people.
Sign our petition telling governments to urgently share their doses with countries in need. Because if the vaccine isn’t everywhere, this pandemic isn’t going anywhere.
From school closures to the difficulties of home learning, many of us have seen the impact of COVID-19 on our children’s education. Every child deserves a life full of opportunities, starting with learning.
But even before the pandemic, a shocking 90% of 10-year-olds in low-income countries couldn’t read and understand something simple like a health leaflet or a school test. COVID-19 will make this number even worse and girls, in particular, may fall through the cracks. This is a catastrophe for the future of entire generations, unless we act now.
Add your name to our petition urging governments to prioritize global education.
Every day, health heroes travel to the world’s hardest to reach communities and deliver life-saving vaccines.
Your mission: to step into the shoes of a health hero and race to deliver life-saving vaccines – before time runs out. Do you have what it takes?
Access to basic healthcare is every Nigerian’s right. But this right is often not met. Every day Nigeria is losing future leaders, teachers and football stars due to a lack of access to the support that will save them.
Do you believe that access to healthcare is the right of every Nigerian?