We work with some incredible organisations. Our implementation partners are experts in the best solutions for the communities we help, and we work closely with them to tailor the right projects for those communities. They help us to support many innovative projects with far-reaching effects. We couldn’t do what we do without those great people within these organisations.
The Kokoda Track Foundation
The Kokoda Track Foundation is an Australian philanthropic organisation which aims to repay the selfless help given to Australia during WWII by the ‘Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels’ of Papua New Guinea by helping to improve the lives and futures of their descendants. It does that by assisting with their education and healthcare, by trying to protect their environment, by helping to foster the growth of an eco-friendly trekking and tourism industry from which they can benefit, by working to keep the story of Kokoda alive, and by seeking to identify and foster the next generation of PNG leaders.
One is currently funding all the water infrastructure for a major project by the Kokoda Track Foundation, the Kokoda College.
Oxfam is a leading international NGO with a worldwide reputation for excellence in the delivery of aid and development work. Their purpose is to work with others to overcome poverty and suffering. Through decades of experience, Oxfam has come to focus on a number of core issues that are vital in helping poor people to lift themselves out of poverty, including: health, education, water, livelihoods and gender.
Read about our Cambodia Project with Oxfam Australia.
The SkyJuice™ Foundation is a not for profit organisation incorporated in Australia. They provide low cost, sustainable water treatment solutions, using the worlds best low pressure ultra filtration membrane technology to produce safe, sustainable drinking water for communities in developing countries.
One has partnered with the SkyJuice Foundation to provide SkyHydrants to communities in Asia. You can read more about the benefits those SkyHydrants are bringing to people living in the Philippines on our Asia page
Warddeken Land Management
Warddeken Land Management is our first implementation partner in Australia. The Warddeken Indigenous Protected Area covers over 1 million hectares of stone and gorge country on the western Arnhem Land plateau in the Northern Territory. A number of clans of the Bininj Kunwok language group are the area’s traditional owners. Warddeken Land Management Limited employs Aboriginal rangers to assist in the protection and management of their country, combining traditional ecological knowledge with western science. The rangers undertake a range of environmental management activities including fire management, feral animal and weed management.
Read about our Water Security Project in Kabulwarnamyo with Warddeken