• Water Conservation & Management
  • Business and Entrepreneurial Skills
  • Clean Cooking Practices and Smoke Inhalation Mitigation
  • Agricultural Sciences and Farm Management
  • Health Sciences and Illness Prevention Practices
  • Nutrition and Healthy Mental Development
  • Pastoral and Leadership Skills Development

One City comprehensively covers the full spectrum of poverty-causing catalysts in a holistic approach that works!


A few of our programs

Light Village

Light Village is the hub of all programs for One City. It is a prototype exemplifying self-sustaining economic independence while maintaining all essential community services.

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Water Carts

Throughout Africa, women and children walk many miles daily to collect water. Our custom WaterCarts save hours a day, lessening physical strain.

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Africa TrAID

Paying Ugandan artisans fair rates for handmade items which are sold through One City's website and at various retail locations throughout the US.

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Medical Clinic

Patients travel from all over to consult with One City’s doctors and medical staff, leaving with big smiles, answers, medication and knowing they're loved and valued.

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One City Ministries was founded in 2008 to battle poverty... systemically-entrenched poverty that entraps over 736 million living in developing countries. This extreme type of poverty is always accompanied by an interconnected web of oppressive conditions that rob capacity and jeopardize life.

Our comprehensive array of programs tackle each of the many conditions that perpetuate poverty at their root. By holistically addressing all the core issues such as poor nutrition, economic challenges, poor agricultural practices, unhealthy sanitation and environmental conditions, access to clean water, social and gender injustices, as well as the spiritual, character, and leadership development, we are experiencing unprecedented success through the empowering growth of the individual.

Will you consider joining us in our campaign to end poverty once and for all?