WASHINGTON DC – 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.
ONE Campaign Applauds Canada’s $1.3 billion contribution of Special Drawing Rights to accelerate climate finance and poverty reduction
September 20, 2023 – OTTAWA The ONE Campaign is applauding Canada’s announcement at the Climate Ambition Summit in New York today allocating $700 million in Special Drawing Rights (SDRs)…
The Summit for a New Global Financial Pact saw welcomed engagement from low and middle income countries and delivered some important progress, but which ultimately lacked the scale and speed of concrete action needed.
On the heels of Africa Day, ONE Canada has released its recommendations for building a strong and inclusive Canada-Africa Strategy integrating trade, investment, health, and infrastructure.
It’s been a big week for Canada globally with some key strategic and anticipated international investments, reinforcing our leadership in global health and reviving a feminist approach to development.
G20 Finance Ministers meeting in India this week have an increasingly full plate to deal with, says The ONE Campaign.
Global anti-poverty organization, ONE, responded to news released today that Dr Mohammed Ali Pate was appointed CEO of Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance.
As COP27 closes, campaigners from anti-poverty organization ONE welcomed the historic decision to create a fund to address loss and damage.
Washington, DC (Friday, October 14th) Anti-poverty group The ONE Campaign criticized the lack of action from the G20 Finance Ministers and World Bank and IMF Annual meetings.
Over the last six months, tens of thousands of Canadians spoke up. Their message was clear, Canadians care and want to do our fair share to end AIDS, TB, and Malaria!
People can now contribute to the fight against malaria with a fun new game “Mash-quito”, released by anti-poverty organization ONE.
ONE’s latest research shows that these global crises are adding further pressures on the high number of low income countries that are at risk of bankruptcy.