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It couldn’t have been a more welcoming cool, blue-sky day on the shores of Lake Michigan, serving up a feast of music for the more-than-12,000 attendees.
The wide variety of music, cultural, harvest, and religious festivals in Africa is almost as unique as the continent itself.
FLOTUS met with Liberia’s first-ever female president, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, who has been leading the country for the past decade.
While access to vocational and business training can be life-changing for young people in Rwanda, it also has a wider impact on their cooperatives and communities!
This legislation strengthens our collective commitment to helping developing countries grow their way out of poverty and overcome hunger and malnutrition!
Sidy Ndao, a Senegalese-born engineering professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, is on a mission to bring STEM skills to students in West Africa!
At a time when the world is facing an unprecedented displacement crisis, this year’s World Refugee Day on 20 June marked an important moment to honour the courage of all the women, men and children who have been forced to flee their homes, and to reflect on how we can address their urgent and longer-term…
Last week our movement lost one of its brightest stars, Jo Cox MP. Many of us at ONE knew Jo as a dear friend, passionate colleague and unwavering advocate for social justice. We are deeply shocked and saddened by her death and our thoughts go out to her family. On Jo’s birthday this Wednesday 22…
This app is ensuring that people who are missed in large mosquito net distributions—like nomadic groups, orphans, and students who live away from home—get the nets they need!
This piece is part of a reporting partnership between ONE and Refugees Deeply. Khamisa grew up in southern Sudan, in an area now part of the world’s newest country, South Sudan. When she was 10 years old, her father was killed in a land dispute; fearing their own safety, Khamisa and her mother traveled to…
Each year, thousands are born here, and many people have spent their entire lives in Daadab.
A guest post by Dina Dahood Dabash, a Youth Ambassador with The ONE Campaign in Brussels, on our responsibilities towards refugees - and why we mustn't forget them.
For the first time, a team of refugee athletes will compete under the Olympic flag.
One of the greatest ways to learn something isn’t through a book or through a lecture, but by talking and having a discussion with another person.
Eclipsed, a dramatic look at the status of women during the Liberian civil war, made history in 2016 as the first Broadway play written by, directed by, and starring black women. The play earned one Tony Award for Best Costume Design and six total Tony Award nominations, including a nomination for Best Play for playwright…
To protect young girls and women from the practice, a new wave of rappers, DJs and community leaders are uniting to change attitudes and overcome FGM once and for all.
These four incredible Muppets are teaching young viewers about sanitation, nutrition, gender equality, and more!
Nava and Weldon want to use their shoe company, Enda (which means “go” in Swahili), to initiate social change in Kenya!
Whether he needs a new t-shirt to keep him cool, or a mug to keep his coffee warm, these gifts are sure to be year-round favorites.
Here, students learn to code from a world-class curriculum with top quality instructors and mentors to support them in the process—and many have gone on to do amazing things!