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130 million girls didn’t go to school today.<p>Not because they didn’t want to, but because they weren’t given the chance.<p>They are denied an education …

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8 quotes about the girls’ education crisis you need to read

130 million girls didn’t go to school today— not because they didn’t want to, but because they weren’t given the chance.<p>There are dire consequences …

Education

These YouTube stars are telling the world that #GirlsCount

Nowhere on earth do women have as many opportunities as men. But for girls and women in the poorest countries, that inequality is amplified. Right …

Facebook Messenger

Why are 20 million people still at risk of famine?

On World Food Day, a day dedicated to fighting world hunger, the possibility of famine continues to loom large in Africa. Since my post on famine …

Africa

Two pastors from two different parties—but with ONE goal

<i>By Pastor Dave Allgire and Pastor Ashley Randall</i><p><b>My name is Dave Allgire and I’m an evangelical pastor in Savannah, Georgia. I lean right on the</b> …

Poverty

VIDEO: ONE’s co-founder on the one thing we can all agree on

Earlier this year, ONE’s co-founder Bono was honored by Skoll Foundation with the Skoll Global Treasure Award in recognition of social …

Social Media

"We're the youth and we can make Liberia different"

<i>Story and photos by Monique John.</i><p>Brenda Moore says her passion for reading is an unlikely result of her country’s 14 years of civil conflict.<p>As …

Education

This map will change the way you see Africa

<i>This post originally appeared on Global Citizen.</i><p>In the last 500 years, a certain kind of map has been used to teach children about our planet. But …

Maps

ONE + YouTube: Join us in saying ALL #GirlsCount

<i>This is a joint post from ONE CEO, Gayle Smith, and YouTube Vice President of Marketing, Danielle Tiedt.</i><p><b>One hundred and thirty million girls will not</b> …

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130 million girls out of school is a crisis. You can help solve it.

Nowhere on earth do women have as many opportunities as men. Nowhere. But for girls and women in the poorest countries, that inequality is amplified. …

Social Media

The 10 toughest places for a girl to get an education

Educating girls can change the world.<p>Girls who get a complete, quality education are more likely to be healthier and better prepared to enter and …

Africa

4 actions you can take to support girls’ futures this IDG

Girls and young women are facing a crisis. It’s widespread and affects tens of millions of girls around the world.<p>So, what is it? It’s education—or …

Social Media

How does the Global Fund help treat diseases in Moroccan prisons?

As you may know, ONE is a supporter and advocate of the Global Fund, an organization designed to accelerate the end of diseases such as HIV/AIDS, …

Public Health

One way to increase girls' enrollment in school: Reduce travel time

<i>This post by Meagan Neal, Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL), is the second post in a blog series on overcoming barriers to girls’</i> …

Education

5 African foods you NEED to try

<i>By Imani LaTortue, ONE Digital Intern</i><p>The continent of Africa is filled with a wide array of beautiful countries—all with even more amazing cuisine. …

Africa

From dream to reality: Starting a music school in a Rwandan refugee camp

<i>By Mary Fanaro, Founder, OmniPeace</i><p>Music has the power to connect, inspire, and give hope to people around the world. In the middle of the Kiziba …

Refugees

9 amazing African destinations you HAVE to see

<i>By Lauren Ahn, ONE Digital Intern</i><p>We LOVE highlighting the incredible work of people in Africa who are fighting for quality education, feeding their …

South Africa

How one man is connecting Kakuma refugee camp to the rest of the world

When Innocent fled his native Democratic Republic of the Congo and arrived in the Kakuma refugee camp in 2009, he felt as if he couldn’t have been …

Refugees

World leaders committed to help refugees, but did they actually deliver?

One year ago, leaders from around the world came together on an issue that most everyone could get behind: helping refugees. Fifty countries and …

If education is in a state of emergency, where are the first responders?

Upon visiting the country last month, Malala Yousafzai was painfully correct in calling an education emergency in Nigeria. But we can and should go …

Education

REPORT: (Em)Powering Accountability

In France, nearly one in five light bulbs is lit by Nigerien uranium.<p>In Niger, almost 90% of the population does not even have access to …

How these clinics are helping pregnant women in Zimbabwe

<i>Story and photos by Ray Mwareya.</i><p>Expensive maternity fees in Zimbabwe are a nightmare for pregnant women. In state or church clinics, where the …

Pregnancy

4 reasons to read this new report on the Global Goals

This week, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is launching Goalkeepers, a global event dedicated to fast-tracking the progress toward the …

The READ Act has been signed into law!

Thanks to the diligent work of dedicated ONE members, we’re one step closer to helping 263 million children—including more than 130 million …

5 facts about finance to the world's poorest countries

In our new 2017 DATA Report, we found that aid was at record levels in 2016. That’s a good thing, right? Not entirely: There are still deep …

The 2017 DATA Report: Financing the African Century

Today marks the launch of the 12th annual DATA Report – ONE’s flagship publication tracking development finance and holding leaders accountable for …

Nigeria's Chibok girls are the inspiration for a new Marvel hero

Move over Captain America and watch out Wonder Woman — here comes Ngozi: a teenage superheroine inspired by Nigeria’s kidnapped Chibok girls who …

Nigeria

5 amazing charities that are changing the world

Here at ONE, we’re a policy and advocacy organization that asks you to speak up to your elected officials to support the fight against extreme …

Amazing

Leaving no one behind: A dream of empowering students with disabilities

<i>By Thérèse Kafando, General Director of the Center for Integrated Education and Training of the Deaf and Hearing (CEFISE) and partner of Light for</i> …

Training and teamwork led to amazing opportunities for these refugees

<i>Story by Indego Africa. Photos by Brittany Barb.</i><p>Last year, we launched an innovative partnership with the United Nations High Commissioner for …