Project OneLife

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Project OneLife is an international development non-governmental organization dedicated to improving the living conditions in impoverished countries using international volunteers. The nonprofit organization gained exposure through international media outlets with its tsunami relief work in Southeast Asia following the December 2004 tidal wave.

Tsunami Relief[edit]

The organization was credited with rebuilding the first fully reconstructed microeconomy in the nation of Thailand, and was able to use volunteers for various rebuilding and education projects. Unofficial reports have noted 700 volunteers during the post-tsunami period, making it the largest tsunami relief organization in 2005.

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