The ABCs of Good Nutrition: How Linking Nutrition to Schools is a Recipe for Success

Tsedey holds up a poster that features her. She laughs shyly with her friends as they tease her again about her smile and the shirt she chose to wear for the photo shoot. “Green is not a good colour for me,” she says with a laugh.

The posters are all over her school and she is a bit of a …

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National Public Engagement Organizer

Do you want to change the world – and get paid to do work that inspires you and others?

RESULTS Canada is recruiting a National Public Engagement Organizer to join our dedicated team of staff and volunteers. We are a national grassroots advocacy organization that is committed to creating the political will to end extreme poverty and to educating and supporting …

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Access to a quality education is the best way to disrupt the cycle of poverty. My story is proof.

Rachel Azalenko-Akouete, RESULTS Real Change Fellow

I can’t tell my story without first telling my parents story. My family is originally from Togo, a small country in West Africa. My father is my very first hero and my role model. My grandfather had 19 children. He was a farmer and tried his very best to provide for his family. Nevertheless, …

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Snapshots of Transformation: The Power of Investing in Nutrition and the Early Years

In August 2017, Members of Parliament (MPs) Yasmin Ratansi, Matt Jeneroux, and Iqra Khalid joined RESULTS Canada staff on a parliamentary delegation to Ethiopia. The objective of the delegation was to provide Canadian Parliamentarians with the opportunity to see firsthand the impact of Canadian development investments in reducing rates of malnutrition and advancing early childhood development. Here are some …

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Celebrating Youth Making a Difference

This International Youth Day we celebrate young people around the world working to build a more peaceful, just and sustainable world. RESULTS Canada is lucky to work with many young change makers across the country that are raising their voices and taking action to make a difference. Meet one of our youth members, Grace, who embodies what it …

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World Breastfeeding Week Quiz

 

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Global Partnership for Education Campaign Update

The Canadian Government recently put forth a bold plan to advance gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls. The Feminist International Assistance Policy has an admirable aim of reducing poverty and building a more inclusive, peaceful and prosperous world but will only be successful if it’s complemented by equally ambitious financing.

Education is one of the …

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Appointment of an Interim Executive Director

The RESULTS Canada Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Chris Dendys recently joined the RESULTS Canada staff team as Interim Executive Director.

Ms. Dendys is an experienced advocate and well recognized for her ability to focus on delivering smart advocacy strategies, advancing policy, and pursuing meaningful and impactful goals. Ms. Dendys was most recently the Director of External Relations …

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Keeping Children in School Builds a Bright Future for All

This Mother’s Day we celebrate women everywhere who are determined to build the best opportunities for their children. Whether they spend their mornings packing lunches and cleaning faces as they rush out to make a nine-o’clock meeting, or whether they wake up before dawn to collect the water and firewood they need to make breakfast for their family, most …

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International Conference Bursary Opportunity

RESULTS International Conference in Washington, D.C., July 21 to 24, 2017

Each year, RESULTS’ citizen advocates from around the globe gather together for the RESULTS International Conference (IC) in Washington, D.C. The IC offers inspiring, high-level speakers; educational workshops on effective poverty solutions; advocacy skills training; and the experience of advocating to development leaders based in Washington, including the World Bank. …

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