OneWorld is an international NGO, founded in 1995, with a mission to innovate internet and mobile phone applications that the world's poorest people can use to improve their life chances, and that help people everywhere understand and act on global problems.
Including live coverage of the UN Climate Talks, pioneering real-time election monitoring in Senegal, sexual and reproductive health programmes in Senegal and Morocco and advocacy and giving tools for UK non-profits.
OneWorld’s most recent set of statutory accounts published in full.
|1994||Founded by Anuradha Vittachi and Peter Armstrong|
|1999||Global network launched|
|2003||Kazi 560 job service starts in Kenya|
|2006||Lifelines mobile service starts supporting poor farmers in India|
|2007||Learning about Living mobile initiative gives Nigerian youth access to sexual health info|
|2009||Interactive web cast from UN climate talks reaches 4 millian views in 2 weeks|
|2012||SMS monitoring platform enables real time observation of elections in Senegal and Sierra Leone|
|2015||New Niti app for citizenship education created for Myanmar youth in advance of landmark election|