Advocacy Knows No Borders!

From 21 to 24 June, RESULTS partners from all over the world gathered at the RESULTS International Conference in Washington, DC. Among the citizen advocates from the United States, United Kingdom, France, Zambia, South Korea, Kenya, Mexico, and Japan was a contingent of 20 RESULTS Canada citizen advocates who took vacation from work and travelled on their own dime—a clear …
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Even with school out for the summer, our citizen advocates call for education for all.

While thousands of students are celebrating the end of another school year, over the past six weeks, citizen advocates have been working hard to convince the Canadian government to finance access to education for the 57 million children around the world who have not yet realized their right to education. Dozens of letters and social media messages were written to Mr. …
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Sharing MNCH innovations with EVERY Canadian MP

On 11 June 2014 and on behalf of the Canadian Maternal Newborn and Child Health (MNCH) Network, RESULTS Canada was on the Hill to deliver 310 MNCH toolkits—one toolkit for each Canadian MP. The Can-MNCH Network was invited by the Prime Minister’s Office to create and disburse a toolkit highlighting low-cost, high impact MNCH interventions used by Canadian organizations …
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Welcome to our New Board Members

We are excited to welcome four new board members to RESULTS Canada: Rochelle Buenviaje, Deanna Drendel, Zari Gill, and Randy Rudolph. Their seats were confirmed at the RESULTS Canada AGM on Sunday, June 6, 2014. Rochelle Buenviaje Rochelle Buenviaje is a GIS and geological data assistant at the Geological Survey of Canada. Her work experience in complex data structures allowed her to …
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Citizen Advocate Spotlight

In the past couple of months, our citizen advocates have done amazing work advocating for Canada’s renewed commitment to child and maternal health in the post-2015 agenda. Their hard work culminated in Canada’s landmark $3.5 billion commitment for the next phase of child and maternal health. While all of our citizen advocates have done amazing work writing letter to the editor, …
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Citizen voices contributed to $3.5 billion for child and maternal health!

So much time, energy, and perseverance has been dedicated to the issue of maternal and child health (MNCH) over the last couple of months, and it has paid off! Citizen Advocates met with 11 members of Parliament from Ontario, British Columbia, Quebec, and Alberta to both discuss MNCH and mobilize their support for the MNCH Summit, which was held at the …
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Reason #8: Demand for the Global Partnership for Education is on the rise

Over eight weeks, RESULTS affiliates in the U.K., Australia, Canada, and the U.S. delve deeper into 8 key reasons to invest in the Global Partnership for Education. This week’s post is by Camilla Ryberg at RESULTS Australia. You can read about reasons number 1,  2,  3,  4,  5,  6 and 7. Click here to read the full RESULTS report
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Reason # 7: global support to basic education is drastically declining

Over the next eight weeks, RESULTS affiliates in the U.K., Australia, Canada, and the U.S. will delve deeper into 8 key reasons to invest in the Global Partnership for Education. You can read about reasons number 1,2,

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