Our goal at One World Public Relations is to harness the power of storytelling to achieve social impact for the common good. Through our strong relationships with responsible, effective media we leverage on our contacts to provide maximum exposure.
We know that effective communication through the mass media is an essential, but often misunderstood and underutilized tool. We also recognize that in today’s dynamic global news cycle, newsrooms are stretched to their limits and scores of issues get overlooked.Read More
One World Public Relations regularly works in association with other media consultancies and freelancers that share the same commitment to social and ethical issues.
We work with Hoffman & Hoffman Worldwide (USA) organizing Pan-African media campaigns on global health and humanitarian news stories for leading clients, such as the World Health Organization (WHO), March of Dimes, the African Development Bank (AfDB) and the International Trachoma Initiative among others
We work with Terry Collins Associates (Canada) placing science stories in the headlines for leading research clients including the Global Health Alliance and the United Nations University.
From London, we work with Juliet Heller Associates delivering and overseeing the media campaign in Africa for the annual Ashden Awards for Sustainable Energy.
One World Public Relations founder and president, Reuben Kyama, works regularly on assignments for private and public sector clients such as The Vitamin Angels (Santa Barbara, California), Biovision Foundation (Zurich, Switzerland) and Haller (Haller Foundation). This way, we are able to place issues of concern on a global platform. He is also a regular freelancer for The New York Times , Deutsche Welle, Voice of America, NHK World (Radio Japan) and University World News overseeing latest developments in East Africa and contributing news reporting as well as feature stories from the region.
|The New York Times||Voice of America||Kyodo/ Japan Times:|
|Blaze Damages Nairobi’s International Airport||Audio Link||Noguchi winner says award good for Africa|
|Distribution of Nets Splits Malaria Fighters||Kenya’s Investment Climate Generates New Energy||Kenya starts campaign to win back tourists scared off by strife|
|Tap to Pay (Not So Much in the U.S.)||Kenya’s Investment Climate Generates New Energy||Tour guide becomes Masai warrior’s wife No. 2|
|New Rockefeller Foundation Projects to Boost African Development||Runner sings Japan’s praises|
|The Los Angeles Times (USA):||AFP (Agence France Presse)|
|As striking Kenyan doctors dig in, patients are forgotten and a baby dies||UN chief launches campaign to end female genital mutilation|
|.||Role reversal as African technology expands in Europe|
|Kenya’s forests of the future|
|Forests for the future: Kenya's carbon credit scheme|
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