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As more and more businesses use their influence to drive positive change through ethical practice, the B Corporation movement is gaining traction and importance. Not heard of a B Corp? B Corps are companies that use business as a force of good by balancing profit and purpose. As a founding member of B Corp, we […]

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Eveline at the pre-paid water dispenser

Eveline operates a milk vending business in Githogoro, an informal settlement in Nairobi, Kenya. Until recently, Eveline depended on informal water vendors or unreliable water points for water. These would often be closed without warning, forcing her to fetch water from other sources which were very far from her shop. Her business requires at least […]

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If you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day this year – whether with a loved one, or with friends – why not avoid the ‘samey’ set Valentine’s Day menus and heart-shaped chocolates by thinking closer to home? Read on for the perfect recipe for the ultimate Valentine’s night in at home (using the most ethical, sustainable brands out […]

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Didacienne collecting water from the new collection point in her village

Didacienne had five children and no home of her own. Her husband died nearly 25 years ago in the Rwandan genocide.  Bringing her children up on her own left very few options to provide for her family. Without water in their village, life was extremely difficult. For Didacienne and her children, living in rural Rwanda […]

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Milk bottles by the front door

The second Friday of January has now passed – fondly known as Quitters Day, thanks to research from Strava that exposed the decline in activity levels from its users within the first two weeks of the year. Whilst health and fitness resolutions have been as apparent as ever across social media this January, it’s been […]

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Sarah handing out 'One Less Bottle' at Race for the Kids 2018

Only a few months ago I was at my graduation ceremony feeling excited, but overwhelmed, by the idea of entering the world of work. Little did I know that in a couple of months I would be working for such an inspirational company and helping to make an impact on people’s lives across the globe. […]

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At 8.30 this morning I was giving a speech to a group of people from World Duty Free, who have been supporting The One Foundation’s clean water and sanitation projects for over 12 years through the sales of One Water in stores. It was my thank you to them. A way of telling the story […]

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International Day of the Girl is an important observance by the United Nations to recognise the basic needs of girls, acknowledge their rights, and highlight the unique challenges that they face. In the field of global water and sanitation poverty, girls living in the world’s poorest communities face challenges every day – starting with the […]

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A typical day for Enelesi meant waking up at 4am to fetch water from a nearby community. “Sometimes they would refuse to sell us water so we would go to the stream. Because of this, diarrhoea cases were very common in my family. Our children would be late to school after fetching water. Throughout the […]

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