GLOBAL ONE Vision
A world where women of all beliefs are empowered to make their own choices and transform their communities, inspired by an understanding of faith and cultural perspectives.
GLOBAL ONE Mission
To develop innovative sustainable solutions that are faith inspired and improve the livelihoods and well-being of all women.
GLOBAL ONE Values
- Compassion: GLOBAL ONE work with a faith and culturally sensitive approach to helping women, children and their communities. They believe in showing kindness, consideration and tolerance to all.
- Integrity: They believe in showing complete transparency, honesty and openness in everything we do. GLOBAL ONE maintain the utmost professionalism and highest standards in our work and expect the same of our partners.
- Dignity: GLOBAL ONE uphold the dignity of women and girls by providing them with their basic needs, giving them increased confidence and security in their daily lives.
- Respect: They see the potential and significance in all people regardless of beliefs. We work to help people realise their worth, giving them the resources to secure a brighter future.
- Empowerment: GLOBAL ONE believe in giving women and girls the tools to make change happen, giving new hope to communities affected by poverty and disaster.
GLOBAL ONE Projects
The campaign to deliver hygiene packs to displaced women and girls of reproductive age to save their dignity and comfort in this time of crisis. We will help Syrian refugees, rural communities in Nepal and Nigeria, and the newly arrived Rohingyas in Bangladesh.
Breast cancer remains the most common cancer among women in Bangladesh. Seven out of every ten cancer deaths are caused by breast cancer. Most women don’t know to get tested, and those who do face poor and improper screening. Without awareness there is little chance of early detection, meaning that if and when women do get treated, it will be more expensive and less successful.
Health post at Rohingya camps
Since August some 700 000 Rohingyas have fled to Bangladesh, where now approximately 1 million refugees live in overcrowded refugee camps and makeshift shelters, without clean water or sanitation, making the outbreak of disease imminent. After visiting the overflowing camps in Bangladesh’s border district Cox’s Bazar, where Global One operates, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees commented that challenges in Bangladesh are immense and health conditions are dire.