Our volunteers lift up communities here in Canada and abroad!

“Citizen advocates are the fuel that has powered RESULTS’ impact for more than 30 years. With heart and hard work, our volunteer advocates have contributed to some of the world’s biggest wins in the fight to end extreme poverty – from cutting child deaths in half to ensuring millions more kids have access to education. By standing up …

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Women Deliver – a moment for Canada to deliver on women’s rights

« Girls and women carry more than babies. Or water. They carry families. They carry businesses. They carry potential. And when we invest in their health, rights, and well-being, it creates a positive ripple effect that lifts up entire countries. » — Women Deliver

From June 3 to 6, Women Deliver, the largest conference in the world around …

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MEDIA ADVISORY

March 20, 2019

Landmarks across Canada will be lit up in red to mark World Tuberculosis Day

OTTAWA, ON – On Sunday March 24, 2019 landmarks in Montreal, Toronto, Calgary and Victoria will be lit up in red starting at sundown to mark World Tuberculosis (TB). As part of a global effort to shine a light on the fight against …

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It’s Time To End TB – Canadians are Taking Action across the Country

Did you know? For over 9,000 years we have been fighting against tuberculosis (TB). With great efforts, we’ve made progress as it’s now preventable and curable. However, more than 4,000 people die every day from this disease, devastating communities around the world. It’s time we end this epidemic – once and for all.

Every year, the international community puts the spotlight …

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Tayler Hernandez

Tayler joined the RESULTS Carleton University Group in early fall 2018 and has proven to be a driving force ever since. In addition to her involvement with RESULTS Canada, Tayler also sits on a Youth Advisory Council to provide perspective to a Working Group that aims to further the Sustainable Development Goal 4 on quality education.

RESULTS Carleton University recently co-organized …

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Webinar: How the epidemics of HIV and Tuberculosis Impacted My Life

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

RESULTS Canada invites you to join an interactive webinar during which we will hear from Loyce Maturu a young powerful advocate for youth living with HIV. Learn what is being done by Canada and the world to fight HIV, tuberculosis and malaria, and what you can do to help!

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Sherry Moran

As an active member of her community, Sherry is an undeniably dynamic citizen advocate! Sherry is proof that using your voice truly can make a difference. Here’s her story:

“Most of my career was spent working for the Canadian government among the policymakers. As an advocate for RESULTS Canada in my retirement, I am now on the other side of the …

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RESULTS Calgary Group

Members of the Calgary Group raise awareness about the importance of tackling tuberculosis (TB) on World TB Day, March 24, 2018.

The Calgary Group is one of the longest standing chapters of RESULTS Canada made up of dynamic and vocal volunteers. Every month they get together and pull their strengths to advocate and raise awareness around issues linked to global poverty. …

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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 …

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Webinar: Let’s get published!

Register here.

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

The Editorial section is still widely read and letters can raise awareness, change opinions and influence public policy. Do you want to see your name in print? Are you wondering how …

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