2018 in Reflection—RESULTS Canada Successes

This has been a big-impact year for RESULTS Canada, thanks to our volunteers, to our team of committed staff, and to donors across Canada who believe that a world free of extreme poverty is possible.

Together, we have helped to generate incredible wins this year—resulting in increased resources for programs and improved policies to mobilize health, education and opportunity for …


Webinar: Celebrating how far we have come on women and children’s health

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We invite everyone interested in this topic, in advocacy and on ending global poverty to join us. Come celebrate with us and let’s take action!

Since 1990 the world has made great strides in reducing preventable illness and death among women and children. This is an achievement shared with citizen advocates like RESULTS Canada grassroots. Yet …


Canada’s global pledge to support women and children’s health a positive down-payment

Oslo, Norway – On November 6th, the Canadian government increased its commitment to the Global Financing Facility by $50 million CAD for the 2015-2020 period. This amount contributed to a total replenishment of 1 billion USD that will transform the health and nutrition of the world’s poorest women, children, and adolescents.

Although Canada’s commitment falls short of the $240 million CAD …


Campaigns Officer

Join our dedicated team of staff and volunteers and help make change possible.

We are seeking a Campaigns Officer to lead on our policy advocacy on child health. This position will report to the Campaigns Director.

Duties include:

Develop and contribute to educational and advocacy campaigns that drive advances in child health and survival globally
Stay up-to-date on key developments linked to child health …


Communications Officer

Join our dedicated team of staff and volunteers and help make change possible.

RESULTS Canada is recruiting a Communications Officer to work in our Ottawa office.  We are a global movement of citizens committed to raising our voices for a world without extreme poverty.  We advocate for resources and improved policies that give people living in poverty the health, education and …


A chain that’s dragging polio into the past

By: Raseema Alam, Board Director

The good news is that we’re winning in the fight against polio. Globally, the number of new cases has plummeted from 294 in 2014, to 22 in 2018. Some parts of the world are seeing even greater success: Nigeria, for example, has been declared polio-free for two years.

The not-so-good news is that we haven’t won …


A Call to Increase Foreign Aid in Budget 2019

Joint statement to Prime Minister Trudeau following OECD peer review

September 24, 2018 – Ottawa, Canada

With efforts to finance the SDGs becoming a top global priority, the OECD-DAC released its Peer Review of Canada’s development co-operation efforts as part of its rotating five-year review of member countries, and the message was clear – Canada is not doing its …


Tuberculosis on Film: Free talk and screening of The Lucky Specials

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In advance of the first-ever, United Nations High-Level Meeting on Tuberculosis (TB), on September 26, 2018 the Office of Global Public Health Education and Training at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, Toronto Public Health and the Greater Toronto Area volunteers of RESULTS Canada are pleased to present a free talk and screening of The …


Webinar: MP Engagement

The webinar is over but you can watch the recording here.

We invite everyone interested in this topic, in advocacy and on ending global poverty to join us. Come learn and expand your skills with us!

Engaging with MPs is at the core of what we do to end poverty. Remember that your MP works for you and you …


Guest Blog: Young Albertan Champions Nutrition

We’ve invited Anayat Sidhu, a long-time citizen advocate to share her story about her involvement with RESULTS and the recent advocacy initiatives that she took part in.

By Anayat Sidhu, Youth Advocate

Too often there is a heavy reliance on statistics to prove a point. When in fact, behind each of those numbers is a person whom often is forgotten or …

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