Author: justonehumanity

Thousands Flee South Sudan to Seek Asylum in Uganda

As conflicts, famine, and economic collapse intensify in South Sudan, so has the influx of refugees to Uganda.  Since the outbreak of violence in South Sudan, families have been torn apart and forced to flee their homes faster than any other nation on the planet. According to UNHCR (the UN Refugee Agency), “Uganda currently hosts

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Bay Area Organization Helps Underdeveloped Countries

A study of a sustainability project by a graduate student leads to helping the people of Africa. Her mission to change their lives is What’s Right With Tampa Bay. Aja Estro started Just One Humanity three years ago to help underdeveloped countries with water shortages. Read more here

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Animal Welfare in Rural Africa. Is it Possible?

With the complex and multifaceted issues of rural Africa, one would think animals would be at the bottom of the totem pole. And as a whole, that may be true but in a small rural village in Malawi, the concept is becoming more and more familiar. Just One Humanity has implemented an animal welfare program

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Supporting the most vulnerable and underserved in Tanzania.

Tanzania is considered to be one of the poorest countries in the world absolutely and relatively. This being the fact, the situation is worse in the rural areas in northern Tanzania due to high population, low productivity and lack of reliable sources of income. This area is characterized by many features such as lack of

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Pro-Poor Conservation. What is it? How can we implement it?

At Just One Humanity, we are striving to make a difference. Our mission is to end extreme poverty in remote rural areas through sustainable solutions that preserve biodiversity and inspire global citizenship. Sometimes, talking about using conservation efforts to benefit the poor can seem abstract. To make it more tangible, we direct you to a common strategy

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