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The ONE APP That Can Help Change The World

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One.org, the anti-poverty advocacy group co-founded by Bono, brings together the latest activism tools in a powerful mobile app designed to make it easy to join the fight against extreme poverty and preventable disease:

GET THE FACTS. 
The ONE App gives you instant access to information on proven projects that are saving lives, helping put kids in school and improving futures. The app also keeps you up-to-date with daily content, photos, videos and push notifications for breaking news.
GET CONNECTED.
Join the ONE movement on the go and engage your social network to best online casino mobilize your friends. The ONE App is the only pro-social app that allows you to track and share your poverty-fighting actions and see what actions your ONE friends are taking in real-time.
CREATE CHANGE.
With a few taps on your iPhone, you can call your member of Congress, meet up at an event or sign and share a petition - powerful tools that add your voice to the more than 2.5 million ONE members advocating on behalf of the world"s poorest people. By raising our voices as one, we can persuade political leaders to create and fund effective projects and policies that are delivering real results.

Download the ONE App now.



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