MARCH 2018

Wanted: Leaders for a TB-Free World

March 24th is World TB Day, an occasion to mobilize political and social commitment towards eliminating the TB epidemic. We need to demand that our global leaders stand up for a TB-free world.

Official Development Assistance: Beyond International Development

“Building sustainable cities—and a sustainable future—will need open dialogue among all branches of national, regional and local government.” – Ban Ki-moon, former UN Secretary-General RESULTS Canada advocates have long pushed for more Official Development Assistance (ODA) to improve global health,…

Building Relationships for Continued Advocacy

We have a lot to be proud of this year, but there’s still much work to be done in the fight to eradicate poverty.

The Road to Global Leadership

“We have made significant progress in recent years, but the fight is not over. Canada is committed to ending the HIV, tuberculosis and malaria epidemics for good by 2030. Canada is making the choice to lead on this critical issue…
JULY 2016

Canada’s Role in Building the World We Want

Canada has launched its review of how and where we spend our development aid money. Have your voice heard. Submit your recommendations today.
MARCH 2016

World Tuberculosis Day 2016: It’s time to fight for every life

We have allowed tuberculosis, a preventable and curable disease, to become the world’s biggest communicable killer. It's time to stop it.

The economic case for increasing Canada’s ODA

“Canada’s diversity and connections to the world are among our greatest economic assets, and will prove vital as we work to grow the middle class. Moving forward, we will focus not only on enhancing the prosperity of Canadians, but of…

A New Year’s Resolution for our Nation: 0.7 percent by 2020

This New Year let us resolve to boldly declare that Canada can achieve the target of 0.7 percent of national income dedicated to official development assistance by 2020.

Reclaiming Canada’s Place in the World Starts Now

Canada's new Government will prepare its first budget in 2016. We must stand with the world’s poorest, even as we face challenging economic times at home.

The Sustainable Development Goals: A blueprint for a better world

Let’s call on our next Parliament to prioritize the SDGs and to put poverty eradication at the top of the agenda.
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