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3 Simple Actions to Break the Cycle of Poverty

I’m sure you’ve stumbled upon a picture of someone (most likely in Africa) malnourished in ragged clothes, a viral photo of a refugee, or a child killed by war. It is a particular kind of representation of poverty.“Poverty porn” is a term used to describe...

Celebrating Girls’ Empowerment

Today, all around the globe, organizations and communities celebrate International Day of the Girl. This international day of awareness was created by the United Nations to recognize the global gender disparity that still exists and to honor the movements...

Invest Monthly in Change

We are all investors. Each decision we make devotes our time and resources to a cause. Five dollars for coffee contributes to our productivity. $10 a month towards Netflix provides us entertainment. $100 spent on a nice night out brings enjoyment. These...

What’s the deal with Giving Tuesday, anyway?

Hidden under the turkeys, pumpkin pies, and excitement of Black Friday sales, are the remnants of Thanksgiving Day. Thanksgiving is increasingly being commercialized as a time to buys things rather than a time to reflect on the gifts we already have and to express our...

How Do We Stand With Refugees?

This month we’ve been really energized by collaboration, partnerships, and people taking action. There is a growing need to provide more relief resources for refugees around the world. Last weekend, we gathered together with our partners and community in...

Where Are They Now? Part II

Why intern? Is it just about getting experience? Are internships even worth it these days? These are questions many of us have wrestled with, especially if you’re a student or on the job hunt. At One Day’s Wages, we believe that interns are an integral...

Importance of Health and Education for Refugee Children

When conflicts and wars strike, it is typically women and children who bear the brunt of the suffering. Not only do children have to face the trauma of being torn from their homes, friends, communities, and potentially their own families; but they also...

Are we listening? A conversation

Are we listening? Or are we operating with a currency of fear? One Day’s Wages’ founder Eugene Cho explores these questions with Wondercamp filmmakers as they share stories of refugees in the Middle East.

Today’s fastest growing refugee crisis

The fastest growing refugee crisis in the world is happening before our very eyes in Southeast Asia. Since August 2017, nearly 700,000 Rohingya refugees have fled their homes in Myanmar and crossed the border into Bangladesh. One Day’s Wages is partnering with World Renew to provide essential resources to people in need.

Seven years is a long time to listen

It’s been seven years since the war in Syria began and people are still seeking refuge from the continued violence. Seven years is a long time to listen. It’s a long time to engage, invest, and care. We want to continue listening, sharing stories, and empowering children, women, and their families. Join us.

This is our hope for the holidays

End-of-year holidays are all about celebration, reflection, and gratitude. As we continue to grow here at ODW, this holiday season we're reflecting on the global work you, me, us, and them, are doing together. The stories of transformation we've heard from the ground...

A Gala to remember

Wow! Our 2017 Gala was absolutely incredible! We are so grateful for everyone’s generosity and commitment to powering this movement.

 

 

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