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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Reason #6: The Global Partnership is Taking Innovative Steps to Enhance Performance

By: Allison Grossman, Senior Legislative Associate, RESULTS US “Good value for money” In its Multilateral Aid Review, the UK Department for International Development (DFID) called the Global Partnership for Education “good value for money for UK aid.” In a 2013 update of the review, DFID noted the progress that the Global Partnership had made against all of its reform priorities, such as increasing …
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Live Below the Line 2014

From 28 April-2 May over 150 Canadians across the country took the global challenge to live on $1.75 a day for 5 days for RESULTS Canada. Many of these participants were RESULTS citizen advocates, everyday Canadians who help to end extreme poverty by using advocacy to inform decision-makers and the general public about cost effective solutions. Live Below the Line is a …
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Reason #5: The Global Partnership for Education gets results

By: Dan Jones, Campaigns Manager at RESULTS UK

“The Global Partnership for Education is getting quality education to marginalised children, coordinating education’s many players, offering aid without wasteful replication, and following local leadership… GPE is single-sector (education) but shows how collaboration can bring better results. Similar models might prove useful in other areas.” – The Report of the …

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Immunization: a Central Component of the Muskoka Initiative

By: Julie Savard-Shaw, Campaigns Officer, RESULTS Canada Ten years after the creation of the Millenium Development Goals, it became apparent that the global community was failing to reduce child mortality and improve maternal health (MDGs 4 and 5). As a response, in June 2010, Canada led the G8 in launching the Muskoka Initiative for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (MNCH). The Muskoka …
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Reason #4: The Global Partnership for Education Mobilizes Developing Country Resources to Education

By: Julie Savard-Shaw, Campaigns Officer at RESULTS Canada This week, I explore reason #4, which looks at how the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) mobilizes developing country resources towards their own education system. This is an especially critical piece in our broader campaign in the lead-up to the June pledging conference. It allows us to show our governments in Australia, Canada, …
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