"Human Appeal Ireland is working to help refugees. Our work is strictly humanitarian."
We've talked about the many, many, MANY ways he's inspired us here at ONE, so we thought we'd take this year to learn more about the man himself!
This PATH-designed cup provides an ingenious way for infants to sip! A new award will support further testing and scale-up.
Community nurses like Emilia Hayford are unsung heroes who bring care directly to women and families in the seaside villages of western Ghana.
This guest post is by Glennon Doyle Melton, author and member of The Compassion Collective: "Today, in the spirit of Julia Howe and every other revolutionary for love, let us take back Mother's Day by mothering the motherless. Let us become the leaders we were waiting for."
Who could imagine that a group of 7th graders in Kenya with no electricity in their homes or school could be on the forefront of one of the most innovative technologies of our time?
Jamila started M-Farm, a female-led company that connects farmers to markets and each other, giving them price information over their mobile phones and the ability to organize—that way, they can move from subsistence agriculture to commercial farming!
By Katie G. Nelson If you trek far enough into Kibera—through the maze of scrap-metal houses connected by webs of live wires running roof to roof, and down a slippery hill toward a peeling blue iron door that towers so high you can’t see the sky above—you might just catch a glimmer of hope inside the largest slum in Kenya. Her name is Anne Wambui and she’s the headmaster of Anwa Junior Academy. Headmaster Anne Wambui at Anwa Junior Academy in Kibera,...
In celebration of World Book Day (and in anticipation of International Women’s Day), here are some female African authors, some whose work holds a revered place in African literature, and others who are at the advent of their literary careers.
Education is a big deal for everyone. However, access to education is still a problem for millions around the world, especially girls. A lot of things stand in the way between a girl and a classroom.