Over 400 children in the Netherlands used their creativity to get behind our #EveryParent campaign for universal access to life-saving vaccinations. We asked them to draw what having a healthy shot at life meant. The pictures feature their memories of having vaccinations at health centres, their families and even Minions!
A lot of global development news broke in 2014. With the help of ONE's excellent policy team, we rounded up the most important findings of the year, from nutrition to energy. Scroll through to catch up on facts you may have missed.
These 14 facts explain Ebola's growth, its effect on daily life and what resources are needed to fight it. Help us put pressure on world leaders to stop waiting and step up their response.
Every year, the Tech Awards recognises individuals and organisations that are creating innovations that make the world a better place. Some of these technologies are completely new inventions, and others are innovative uses of existing technologies. Here are 10 of the best.
The current Ebola outbreak in West Africa is the worst ever recorded. Explore the origins of Ebola, how it spreads, and how the global health community is responding at the moment through these infographics.
World Breastfeeding Week starts tomorrow. Hailed by UNICEF as nature’s “safety net,” exclusive breastfeeding is one of the most effective interventions for preventing child deaths. Keep reading to learn ten important links between breastfeeding and the fight against extreme poverty.
More than 30% of clinics and hospitals in sub-Saharan Africa, serving approximately 255 million people, are without electricity. Here's six specific ways lack of electricity can affect patients, doctors and nurses in clinics and hospitals.
What could possibly be scarier than the global spread of a mysterious zombie disease in US thiller Contagion? How about this interactive map, which shows an alarming number of outbreaks for preventable diseases.
Harriet Walton is an Emergency Medicine Nurse at University College Hospital, London. We interviewed her as part of our #PassTheMic campaign. Here’s some of what she had to say. I work in an emergency department in central London so, as you can imagine, we get patients from all over the world. In the UK we are extremely fortunate to have the National Health Service (NHS), and it should never be taken for granted. We have one of the best health systems in...