In October 2012, a dozen ONE Moms visited Ethiopia. During their visit, the moms visited many sites including farms, schools and health clinics sponsored by a number of governmental, international and non profit organizations that are having a transformational impact on the lives of women, their families and their communities.
The group visited some projects sponsored by the American people through USAID including nutrition, enterprise development, and HIV&AIDS support. The ONE Moms group included a brain scientist, model, lawyer, middle school principal, authors, bloggers and a hog farmer. Ten MOMs were from the U.S. and two MUMS from the U.K.
The ONE organization is a non-partisan movement of more than three million people taking action around the world to fight extreme poverty and preventable disease by raising public awareness and demanding solutions from their governments.
Learn about about the ONE Moms' trip to Ethiopia:
Ethiopia: Countryside, farming & rural life, [article by Karen Walrond, official photographer]
On The 6.8 Million, [article by Diana Prichard]
The Power of One - Why A Single Drop Matters #ONEMoms, [article by Alice Currah]
One Moms Ethiopia 2012 on Flickr, [photos by Karen Walrond]
Unbelievable Strength of Women, [Liz Gumbinner HUFF Post Global Motherhood blog]
Last updated: January 28, 2016