"Be the Change: Save a Life"

Please check out our story on ABC News' global health initiative "Be the Change: Save a Life" and get to know us and what we do better! http://saveone.net/filter/iOWH#1202193/Curing-the-disease-of-poverty-Non-profit-drug-development-org

Safe Drinking Water - What 884 Million People Don't Have

In many parts of the world, including here in San Francisco where OneWorld Health is based, people take for granted the ability to turn on a tap for safe and clean water to drink, to cook, to wash. Yet, each year more than 1 billion of our fellow human beings…Read More

Reminder- Kenneth Cole Charity Shopping Event is TOMORROW!

Hi Everyone, This is a reminder for tomorrow's Kenneth Cole Charity Shopping Event. Kenneth Cole is hosting a charity shopping event in support of the Institute for OneWorld Health. Join us and get 20% off your total purchase! 20% of the evening's proceeds…Read More

Reminder- Kenneth Cole Charity Shopping Event is TOMORROW!

Hi Fans! Tomorrow, December 2nd, Kenneth Cole is hosting a charity shopping event in support of the Institute for OneWorld Health. Join us from 5pm - 9pm and get 20% off your total purchase! 20% of the evening's proceeds will be donated to the Institute for…Read More

Kenneth Cole Charity Shopping Event!

Hi Fans! On December 2nd, Kenneth Cole is hosting a charity shopping event in support of the Institute for OneWorld Health. Join us from 5pm - 9pm and get 20% off your total purchase! 20% of the evening's proceeds will be donated to the Institute for…Read More

The Institute for OneWorld Health Enters America's Giving Challenge to Win $50,000!

Hi Everyone! The Institute for OneWorld Health has just entered America’s Giving Challenge and with YOUR help could win $50,000!! How does it work? The non-profit who has received the most unique donations after 30 days will win $50,000. It’s so simple and…Read More

Dilip's Inspiring Story on the BBC

Watch the video - Kill or Cure, voted Documentary of the Year by BBC viewers. The film catches up with Dilip, a young Indian boy filmed three years earlier suffering from kala-azar, and who was cured at a OneWorld Health treatment…Read More
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