The ONE Campus Challenge is a college competition designed to mobilize students, faculty and alumni in the fight against extreme poverty and preventable disease.
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Storyteller and human rights activist Clemantine Wamariya’s memoir (now available everywhere) takes readers along her journey of seeking refuge in seven African countries after the Rwandan war. It’s a story of perseverance, struggle, adjustment and finding one’s place in the world. Her story is moving and one that ONE Campus members are sure to be inspired by.
ONE has partnered with Fossil who created a cool #GirlsCount tote bag that directly supports ONE’s ongoing efforts to improve girls’ education in the world’s poorest countries! Read how these ONE Campus Leaders used the bags this summer.
Ubuntu Made based in Austin, TX not only supports the foundation, but also provides meaningful jobs for families in Kenya. The Afridrille is their latest product and this is something you will definitely want.
ONE’s Director of College Organizing Jen Fraser was a guest on the Achieve Podcast to discuss movement building and campaign planning.
Ubuntu Made are doing their part to educate children and empower women in Kenya. Their coffee sleeve is a product that gives back, and is stylish and super handy. Read until the end to check out a special gift for ONE Campus members and readers.
ONE Campus knows that as college students, you’re looking for ways to express yourselves on behalf of the causes and issues you’re passionate about. Rice Love’s motto is simple: “Buy a bag, feed a family.” Their main product is a beautiful line of strapped bags made of recycled rice sacks that are perfect for carrying books around campus, a day trip, or a gift.
The Ubuntu Foundation empowers more than 300 children through special needs education and medical care. The product line, Ubuntu Made, not only supports the foundation, but also provides meaningful jobs for families in the community.
Deyja visited Washington in 2016 having never heard of the ONE Campaign or the ONE Campus program. Thanks to fellow ONE Campus Leaders she left DC with the vision to start a chapter. One year later she’s visiting Washington with a renewed sense of passion to tackle the world’s most pressing issues.
MCON brings filmmakers, thought leaders, technology experts and entrepreneurs together to dive deeper into these global issues. From keynote to breakout sessions, participants have an opportunity to engage directly with speakers during MCON.
Zipora is just one example of what young women can do when they are educated and inspired. Read how she’s become a blossoming coffee entrepreneur.
IMPACT Conference is known as the biggest annual civic engagement conference for students in the country. And this is the story of how IMPACT Conference has influenced one activist’s life.
With students returning to campus and school starting soon, ONE Campus is reconnecting with past ONE Campus Leaders for the first ever “Alumni August” blog series. Read more about Erin to see how the lessons of campaigning with ONE have stayed with her past graduation.