Global One is a faith-inspired women-led charity spearheading sustainable development projects across the world.

We help women come forward as change makers and give women the tools to improve their lives, their communities, and the world.
Our unique religio-cultural approach allows us to understand and respond to gender- and faith-specific needs and put power in the hands of our beneficiaries.
We are currently providing emergency relief for the Rohingyas in Bangladesh. To find out more click here.

 

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Our Campaigns

Dignity Kits

Since August some 626 000 Rohingyas have fled to Bangladesh, where now approximately 1 million refugees live in overcrowded refugee camps and makeshift shelters, without clean

Mammography Unit

Since August some 626 000 Rohingyas have fled to Bangladesh, where now approximately 1 million refugees live in overcrowded refugee camps and makeshift shelters, without clean

Medical Clinics

Since August some 626 000 Rohingyas have fled to Bangladesh, where now approximately 1 million refugees live in overcrowded refugee camps and makeshift shelters, without clean

Our works

Emergency Rohingya Relief

Since August some 626 000 Rohingyas have fled to Bangladesh, where now approximately 1 million refugees live in overcrowded refugee camps and makeshift shelters, without clean

Box for Life

Since August some 626 000 Rohingyas have fled to Bangladesh, where now approximately 1 million refugees live in overcrowded refugee camps and makeshift shelters, without clean

Islamic Farming

Since August some 626 000 Rohingyas have fled to Bangladesh, where now approximately 1 million refugees live in overcrowded refugee camps and makeshift shelters, without clean

Dignity Kits

Since August some 626 000 Rohingyas have fled to Bangladesh, where now approximately 1 million refugees live in overcrowded refugee camps and makeshift shelters, without clean

Solar Houses

Since August some 626 000 Rohingyas have fled to Bangladesh, where now approximately 1 million refugees live in overcrowded refugee camps and makeshift shelters, without clean

Polio Eradication

Since August some 626 000 Rohingyas have fled to Bangladesh, where now approximately 1 million refugees live in overcrowded refugee camps and makeshift shelters, without clean

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Insights into GO’s efforts to empower communities in Rwanda to have access to good sanitation education and facilities and to...
27 September 2017 by Adriana Farenga
"True empowerment begins with empowering one’s self." Powerful article on lessons of female empowerment from the Quran...
15 September 2017 by Amina Khalid
This is an urgent appeal to help save thousands of Rohingyan refugees who are currently fleeing their homes in fear of...
8 September 2017 by Adriana Farenga