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ONE’s New Campaign Empowers Young Nigerians to Vote
ONE

As Nigeria gets ready to go to the polls and elect a new President, young Nigerians have been busy debating the issues and getting ready to make their votes count. ONE’s #VoteYourFuture campaign has hosted a number of influential speakers, panel discussions, and policy debates…

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Global Citizen and Partners Are Producing a New Series to Combat Extreme Poverty
Sustainable Brands

National Geographic and Procter & Gamble have announced ACTIVATE, a multiplatform storytelling partnership and six-part documentary series co-produced by Global Citizen and RadicalMedia. The ACTIVATE series will focus on extreme poverty, inequality and sustainability issues to mobilize global citizens to drive meaningful and lasting change….

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How This Peruvian Family Brought a Water Connection Into Their Home
Water.org

Like millions in Peru, Lelita and her family lived with no toilet or faucet. Through a locally-driven, community-based initiative that places a priority on educating locals about water issues, she learned about her options to purchase a tap and toilet for her family’s home. By…

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The Nature Conservancy Runs New Project to Restore the Gulf Coast
Nature Conservancy

GulfCorps, a new $7 million project run by The Nature Conservancy, works to help the battered Gulf Coast and the young people whose lives depend on it. GulfCorps members work together in the outdoors gaining skills, discipline, and resilience that leads to successful careers while…

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How Video-Based Learning is Changing Farming in Uganda
Opportunity International

Opportunity International’s innovative, video-based farmer education pilot program in collaboration with research partner The Hanns R Neumann (HRNS) Foundation has showed strong preliminary results in Uganda. The GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) video pilot was introduced as an innovative way to address knowledge and adoption gaps,…

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From Kenya to Indonesia, Microfinancing Through Water.org Empowers Lives
Water.org

Water.org is seeing great success in challenging the traditional charity model by empowering women and families through small, affordable loans. Water.org’s WaterCredit program enables people to generate income by creating their own micro-businesses and long-term solutions to help millions solve their water crisis. Learn More

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7 Sustainable Projects To Build on in 2019 and Into The Future
Nature Conservancy

A new body of research led by the Nature Conservancy proves that in order to achieve a sustainable future, it is imperative to build upon important projects started in 2018. Among these sustainable milestones reached this past year included a $1 billion Wyss Campaign for…

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This Woman in Kenya Is Tackling Water Scarcity First Hand
ONE

Beth Koigi, a technology and community development specialist from Kiambu County, is the CEO and founder of Majik Water. Majik Water utilizes a technology with silica gels that draw water from the air with solar energy and can currently generate 10 liters of water per…

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This Program in Rwanda Helps Female Entrepreneurs Thrive
ONE

Patience Murungi is the leader of the Kula Fellowship program in Rwanda where women can receive industry training, learn life and leadership skills, and have the opportunity for business investment. One member is an entrepreneur learning how to take her coffee business to a new…

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