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4 Young people working to end malaria, one bed net at a time

4 Young people working to end malaria, one bed net at a time. #InternationalYouthDay #YouthDay #KidsRock #FightPoverty #ONEMoms

Students thinking hard at the Mchangani Primary School in Tanzania's largest city, Dar es Salaam. Photo by Marco Urban

Pinki almost didn't get to go to school because her parents didn't think she was a worthwhile investment. Now she's the most educated person in her village. Click to read her story.


Photo Essay: Life on Ghanaian shores

Inside one of only two classrooms in Nzulezo. The classroom is supported by wooden stilts in the water. My goal is to help raise funds to add additional classrooms. #Ghana #Africa @ONE Campaign

Hafte, age 12, spends more time in school and less time walking for water thanks to the @charitywater well in his village.

ONE in Africa had the opportunity of speaking to H.M. King Zwelitini on the importance of Agriculture to his Kingdom. Everyone we spoke to was in no doubt, farming can change their lives, farming can help them and future generations truly thrive.


How countries in Africa celebrate Christmas

How Africa celebrates Christmas

Fight Malaria. Send a Net. Save a Life. On average, every 60 seconds, a child dies from malaria - it can be prevented ... one life-saving malaria net costs just ten dollars.

Smiles at No. 12 Noavangha Saleman Primary School. charity: water funded clean water projects and latrines for this school here in rural Bangladesh.

Thirty years ago Ghana's economy was on the verge of collapse, today this West African country is on course to become the first in Africa to achieve Millennium Development Goal number one - to halve its poverty and hunger. What has driven this remarkable economic success story? In a word word - agriculture.

Little ones slipping and sliding at the Mwangaza Tumaini School in Nairobi, Kenya. Photo by Morgana Wingard