Policy

  • Budgets

    ONE’s Analysis of the President’s FY2012 Budget Request for Key Poverty-Focused Development Accounts

    Every year shortly after delivering the State of the Union address, the President submits his budget request to Congress for the following fiscal year.

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  • Development Assistance

    The Southern Sudan Referendum and Darfur: Explaining the Difference

    The Southern Sudan referendum is the result of the Comprehensive Peacekeeping Agreement (CPA) made between President Omar al-Bashir’s government and the southern secular Sudan People’s Liberation Movement. It was created in order to bring an end to the two decade-long civil war between North and South Sudan, in which more than two million people died. The current Darfur conflict is between government forces, local militias and rebel groups in the semi-arid region of western Sudan.

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  • Development Assistance

    South Sudan Referendum – Unresolved Issues

    The Southern Sudan referendum is the result of a collection of peacekeeping agreements, known as the Comprehensive Peacekeeping Agreement (CPA) or the Naivasha Agreement, between North and South Sudan. Rather than delaying the referendum and therefore testing the shaky peace, the referendum was pushed through — despite key issues not being addressed.

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  • Development Assistance

    The G20 and Africa: Can an Asian tiger help the African lions roar?

    The G20 should improve on the G8’s record of monitoring progress on the promises they made And the G20 forum must not get used as an excuse for the G8 nations to shirk their long standing development commitments.

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  • Millennium Development Goals

    ONE’s analysis of the 2010 UN MDG Summit outcomes

    At the UN MDG Summit in New York City, world leaders released a strategy to meet the eight MDGs by 2015, called “Keeping the Promise – United to Achieve the Millennium Development Goals.” This document offers ONE’s analyais of this official communiqué.

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  • Millennium Development Goals

    The Millennium Development Goals: How is Africa Doing?

    Although sub-Saharan Africa remains the fur­thest of any region from meeting the MDGs, a growing group of countries (Ethiopia, Rwanda, Ghana, Uganda, Tanzania, Burkina Faso and Malawi) are making significant progress towards multiple goals. Here is a quick snapshot of the continent’s progress towards the MDGs.

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  • ONE’s Recommendations for the UN MDG Summit

    ONE’s recommendations for the UN MDG Summit, titled “Improving Governance & Promoting Growth to Achieve the Goals.”

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  • Development Assistance

    Global Fund and the Global Health Initiative

    By providing $6 billion to the Global Fund, we can achieve and exceed the goals of the President’s Global Health Initiative – in a shortened time frame.

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  • Agriculture

    Women and Agriculture: Growing More Than Just Food

    Women Thrive Worldwide explore how many development programs and services do not adequately invest in women’s agricultural productivity

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  • Development Assistance

    ONE’S Analysis of the G8 Muskoka Summit Statements

    Although the G8 made targeted progress in these areas and expressed critical support for a partnership based on mutual accountability to meet the Millennium Development Goals by 2015, their plan to tackle maternal and child health lacked both ambition and clarity, and their focus on accountability stopped short of calling on countries who have not yet delivered on commitments to do so urgently.

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