• HIV/AIDS and Other Infectious Diseases

    STUCK IN NEUTRAL: Tracking the Global Response to HIV/AIDS, 2016

    The world has a plan and the tools needed to end AIDS as a public health threat by 2030. But achieving this is not a foregone conclusion. This report looks at progress towards key milestones that must be reached by 2020 in order to stay on the path towards an end to AIDS, and finds a troubling trend – progress has stalled.

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  • DATA Report

    2016 DATA Report: A Bolder Response for a Changing World

    ONE’s 2016 DATA Report: A Bolder Response for a Changing World – continues in its role of tracking development assistance flows and trends for the world’s major donors. This year, it looks at development flows in the context of the refugee crisis and expanding humanitarian needs.

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  • HIV/AIDS and Other Infectious Diseases

    Unfinished Business: Tracking Global Commitments on AIDS, Volume 4

    We have made incredible progress in the global fight against HIV/AIDS. But we are starting to see a dangerous level of complacency which threatens to reverse the real achievements made so far.

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  • Agriculture

    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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  • Development Assistance

    NGO Statement on Poverty and Trade

    ONE, Alliance to End Hunger, Business Council for Global Development, International Youth Foundation, National Cooperative Business Association/CLUSA, Vital Voices Global Partnership, and Women Thrive Worldwide sign onto a joint statement on trade and poverty.

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

    In Switzerland, for every 100,000 births, six women die in childbirth or just after. In Sierra Leone, 1,100 do. That’s right. A woman in Sierra Leone is 183 times more likely to die bringing a new life into the world than a woman in Switzerland. It would be hard to find a statistic that more…

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  • Development Assistance

    ONE’s Open Letter on The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA)

    The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) has played an integral role in creating economic opportunity in sub-Saharan Africa for close to 15 years now. The current AGOA legislation expires in September of this year. On behalf of ONE’s 6 million members, we are expressing our strong support for AGOA’s quick and timely renewal.

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  • DATA Report

    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

    Next year poses a momentous opportunity. It’s crucial that we don’t let this slip by. By following the 11 calls to action set out in the 2014 DATA Report, governments around the globe can demonstrate their determination to provide the financial resources required to end extreme poverty and to create a fairer, more equal and more prosperous world.

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  • Development Assistance

    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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