Joyce Kamwana, an ambassador with the Here I Am campaign and a great friend to ONE, visited our office in D.C. a few weeks ago. Joyce, who has been living with HIV for more than two decades, shares her inspiring story with us in this exclusive ONE interview.
We can end senseless, extreme poverty. To do so, we not only need to do our part, but work together in partnership. That’s why I’m really excited to announce a new partnership with One Day’s Wages (ODW), a grassroots movement of people, stories and actions to alleviate extreme global poverty.
During the next two days, I’ll be reporting live from the 2010 Global Corporate Citizenship Conference, an annual gathering hosted by the Business Civic Leadership Center (BCLC) at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Over the past few years, many leaders in the private sector have realized that there’s a driving need to partner with the international development community and increase corporate social responsibility and accountability.
Today, our U.S. Policy Director Larry Nowels and Policy Manager Nora Coghlan are attending the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition’s (USGLC) annual conference here in Washington, D.C. The coalition, a network of more than 400 organizations from the private, public and nonprofit sector, comes together each year to discuss ways to elevate diplomacy and development alongside defense in order to build a better and safer world.