10 times Nelson Mandela was spot on about ending extreme poverty!
Culture

10 times Nelson Mandela was spot on about ending extreme poverty!

Join

Join the fight against extreme poverty

Two years ago today we lost an incredible human and an amazing advocate for change – Nelson Mandela. He is undeniably one of the most important people of our generation; from his activism against apartheid and his commitment to ending extreme poverty – it’s difficult to image what the world would be like had he not been the committed and passionate individual he was.

Encouraging millions around the world with his actions, and generations to come with his inspiring words, Mandela reminds us that change *is* possible, if we commit to taking even small steps in the right direction. On this day, we take a look at 10 times Nelson Mandela hit the nail on the head when it came to ending extreme poverty:

mandela1 mandela2 mandela3 mandela4 mandela5 mandela6 mandela7 mandela8 mandela9 mandela10

Take action to honor Mandela. Support Global Goal #1 to end extreme poverty once and for all today!

Join the fight against extreme poverty

By signing you agree to ONE’s privacy policy, including to the transfer of your information to ONE’s servers in the United States.

Do you want to stay informed about how you can help fight against extreme poverty?

Sign up to receive emails from ONE and join millions of people around the world taking action to end extreme poverty and preventable disease. We’ll only ever ask for your voice, not your money. You can unsubscribe at any time.
Privacy options
Are you sure? If you select 'Yes' we can let you know how you can make a difference. You can unsubscribe at any time.

By signing you agree to ONE's privacy policy, including to the transfer of your information to ONE.org's servers in the United States.

You agree to receive occasional updates about ONE’s campaigns. You can unsubscribe at any time.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply

Join the Conversation

Comment Guidelines

Related Articles