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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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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National Volunteer Week 2017

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World Immunization Week 2017

 

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What if there was a vaccine that was greatly needed but it was just not getting to the people that need it most?

 The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is one of those vaccines.

HPV is the most common sexually transmitted disease globally; so common in fact, that nearly ALL sexually active people, everywhere, will have it at one point in their lives and won’t even know. Most infections caused by the 100 varying types of HPV tend to heal on …

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Be Bold for Change: Stories from Female Advocates

 

Clarecia, RESULTS Canada Board Member

What sparked your decision to work towards gender equity?

I would say whom – my mother Ivy Gordon-Christie taught for over 40 years in Kingston, Jamaica’s inner cities. Growing up I watched her help her students out of dire situations, encouraging them to elevate from their circumstances. Most of these students were female students, some …

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