Policy Analysis

  • Unfinished Business: Tracking Global Commitments on AIDS, Volume 4

    The world stands at a critical juncture: if we act with urgency in the next five years, we could end AIDS as an epidemic by 2030. But achieving this goal will require $12 billion annually more by 2020, targeted more effectively to reach the most vulnerable. Our new report calls on governments to prioritise support for the Global Fund; leaders in sub-Saharan Africa to invest more domestic resources in health; and the private sector to play a greater role.

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  • Data Report

    The DATA Report 2015: Putting the Poorest First

    The 2015 DATA Report looks ahead to the Addis Ababa Conference, setting out key commitments that can be game-changers, particularly for those living in the poorest nations, the least developed countries (LDCs).

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  • Policy Brief

    Poverty is Sexist: Why Girls and Women Must be at the Heart of the Fight to End Extreme Poverty

    Girls and women are hit hardest by extreme poverty across every area of life, but they also hold the key to change, according to new analysis published by The ONE Campaign. ONE’s report, “Poverty is Sexist: Why girls and women must be at the heart of the fight to end extreme poverty” shows how unlocking women’s economic potential could improve the lives of everyone in society, and highlights how two summits hosted by two world-leading women this year represent an historic opportunity to turn things around.

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  • Policy Brief

    Financing for Development 2015: ONE’s Policy Recommendations for Addis Ababa

    In September 2015, the world’s governments are set to agree to a new set of development goals with the ambition of ending extreme poverty by 2030 and ensuring no one is left behind. The implementation plan for this ambition will require greater focus on delivering for the poorest and most vulnerable, especially women and girls;…

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  • Policy Brief

    At The Tipping Point – Tracking Global Commitments On AIDS

    Quietly, beyond the headlines this year, the world achieved something great: we reached “the beginning of the end of AIDS”. For the last three years, ONE has tracked progress towards this global milestone in an annual accountability report, and this year’s report shows—for the first time in the history of the disease—that the world added more people last year to life-saving AIDS treatment than the number of people who became newly infected with HIV in the same year.

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  • Data Report

    The 2014 DATA Report: Fighting Poverty and Financing Africa’s Future

    ONE’s 2014 DATA Report: Fighting Poverty and Financing Africa’s Future continues its longstanding tradition of holding leaders to account and monitoring both donor and African government commitments on development finance.

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  • Policy Brief

    Trillion Dollar Scandal

    Analysis by the ONE Campaign suggests that at least $1 trillion is being taken out of developing countries each year through a web of corrupt activity that involves shady deals for natural resources, the use of anonymous shell companies, money laundering and illegal tax evasion.

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  • PDF

    Open letter from Bono, Malala, Graca Machel and others to World Leaders

    Dear World Leaders, We write to sound a warning. A warning that 2015 will be a year of huge opportunity, but also of huge risk. What is at stake here could not be greater, for it is not less than the future of our human family and the world upon which we all depend. Two…

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  • Policy Brief

    Going for Goal: Immunisation and the Case for GAVI

    In 2012, an estimated 6.6 million children around the world died before their fifth birthdays. Vaccines are some of the lowest-cost, highest-impact ways to help reduce these preventable child deaths, and yet today nearly 1 in 5 children around the world do not have access to these life-saving interventions.

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  • Policy Brief

    Levelling the field: Improving opportunities for women farmers in Africa

    African agriculture has the potential to spur growth, reduce poverty and transform millions of lives. Yet a wide and pervasive gender gap in agricultural productivity has hindered the sector’s development and broader growth. Women farmers face numerous economic, cultural and institutional disadvantages, and consequently produce less per hectare than their male counterparts.

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