How you can help. At One World Center we have created a program where you can live, learn and serve The Poor to help end poverty for over half of humanity. We believe that poverty is the biggest social problem of our time and by joining together we can make the world a better place for all.
At one of our three locations you can sign up for our work-study programs where you can serve The Poor by learning to become a development instructor and work alongside The Poor in developing nations.
We send teams of ten out into the world four times a year. Join us today to help end poverty and begin your humanitarian career.
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By JiHyun Moons
While we enjoyed the World Cup 2014, we forgot for a little while that, despite its fast development, Brazil is still one of the poorest countries in the world, and the one with more inequality among Latin American countries.
JiHyun Moon is one of the 11 poverty fighters from the October 2013 Brazil team at One World Center (OWC). She came back from Brazil a month ago and wants to share her experiences.
The program which Moon joined consist of nine months. The first three months her team studied about the rich and the poor in the world and about the causes and faces of poverty. They also learned basic Portuguese which is necessary while working in Brazil. They studied, fundraised to cover part of their expenses, and ran the school while having a lot of fun with the rest of the participants and teachers at OWC.
By Yujin Lee
It has been two months since me and my trio arrived to Malawi, National Head Quarter (NHQ). At first we were not sure what our project needed from us. Other projects have names that indicate what are they all about; but NHQ is not exactly the name of a project. So the project leader allocated us under the project called “We Do More Teachers” (WDMT). This project is planned for a three year period, and it is now in the second year. The aim of the project is to improve the quality of the primary school education in 40 primary schools in Malawi. We want to see the children being involved and active in their own learning. We want the teaching to be related to the reality of the children. We want the children to be knowledgeable and be confident and able to use their knowledge. In this project, our duty is to visit schools, observe seven activities, and work with the teachers to make things more effective.
Our Trio has been in Malawi for two months. The first week we assisted the National Head Quarters School Sector (NHQ) to prepare for Youth Open Day. We helped organized a football match. A football coach from Finland led the match and made a speech about how to be a good football player. He came to Malawi to support football education because his friend, a former Development Instructor, asked him to do something for Malawi using football. We helped NHQ organizing a meeting between the coach and the students at the Teacher Training College nearby. They discussed about football education in primary schools and the benefits of doing sports and team activities in the communities.
By Federica Iacava
TCE stands for Total Control of the Epidemic. It is a project created by Humana People to People in the beginning of the year 2000, in Zimbabwe. It is based on the idea that only the people can liberate themselves from HIV/AIDS. In order to accomplish this goal every single person has to be reached with information, education, counseling and mobilization to take control of HIV/AIDS in his or her life.