Eveline’s Story

Eveline operates a milk vending business in Githogoro, an informal settlement in Nairobi, Kenya. Until recently, Eveline depended on informal […]
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Creating the perfect Valentine’s Day evening at home

If you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day this year – whether with a loved one, or with friends – why not avoid […]
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Didacienne’s Story

Didacienne had five children and no home of her own. Her husband died nearly 25 years ago in the Rwandan genocide.   […]
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6 sustainable lifestyle changes to help beat Quitters Day

The second Friday of January has now passed – fondly known as Quitters Day, thanks to research from Strava that exposed […]
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Interning at One Water

Only a few months ago I was at my graduation ceremony feeling excited, but overwhelmed, by the idea of entering […]
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Hurricane Mitch: 20 years on

At 8.30 this morning I was giving a speech to a group of people from World Duty Free, who have been […]
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Day of the Girl

International Day of the Girl is an important observance by the United Nations to recognise the basic needs of girls, […]
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Enelesi’s Story

A typical day for Enelesi meant waking up at 4am to fetch water from a nearby community. “Sometimes they would […]
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Progress through piped systems in Nairobi

I find myself in strange, somewhat unchartered, territory of late. Having started up and run One since 2004, I’ve handed […]
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