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Measles, malaria and motorbikes: Immunisation in Ghana

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Measles, malaria and motorbikes: Immunisation in Ghana

Edmund hopping on a bike to provide immunisation services in hard to reach island communities in Afram Plains, Ghana. Image: Edmund Duodo, Twitter, 2018

Edmund Atweri Duodo:

I was born in a village called Teacher Mante in...

May grassroots conference call: World Bank funding for nutrition

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Last night's monthly conference call discussed something a bit different: how to influence the World Bank's financing of human development, including vital nutrition programmes.

As well as funding its own nutrition programmes, the UK Government is the biggest financial contributor to '...

Brick by Brick: Accelerating Progress on Global Health

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In 2019, no-one should be denied access to life-saving vaccines, services for diseases such as tuberculosis (TB) and good nutrition. Even though we have made remarkable progress in improving global health, challenges...

June 2019 conference call -

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June 2019 conference call - The Global Fund's Vital Work

This month we were joined by Resty Nalwanga from Uganda. Resty became an advocate for the Global Fund to fight AIDS, TB and Malaria after she started...

Laying the Foundations: What is transition and why does it matter?

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This blog was co-authored by James Cole (STOPAIDS) and Neil Raw (RESULTS UK) on behalf of the UK Sustainability and Transitions Working Group.

Last month, the UK Sustainability and Transitions Working Group convened representatives of civil society, UK government and...

What the UK’s Global Fund pledge really means

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On Saturday, Theresa May announced the UK’s continued commitment to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Pledging to invest up to £1.4 billion over the next three years, it’s an investment that will help save the lives of 2 million people around the world.

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UK aid is safe for now, but we must ensure that it is spent where it’s most needed

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The recent appointment of Alok Sharma to Cabinet as Secretary of State for International Development was a move welcomed by the International Development community, and has decreased fears amongst aid supporters that this Conservative Government will profoundly change the way that our aid is...

September Grassroots Conference Call - Let's Champion Human Development

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On Tuesday evening's call we linked up with RESULTS advocates from around the country, and were joined by guest speaker Chris Mitchell, UK Media Officer at The ONE Campaign. After celebrating the UK's generous pledge to...

Grassroots spotlight: Bank Holiday Advocacy with RESULTS Poole

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In a guest blog written by volunteers from the Poole RESULTS group, find out how they've been getting creative with campaigning for UK Aid.

Cream Tea Fundraising - Saturday 24th, Sunday 25th August

Helen fronts the stall at Harmans Cross...

The Japan 2020 Global Nutrition Summit – The UK’s Role

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This is a guest blog post by London campaigner Layla Moccia. Layla is interested in data modelling to overcome global developmental challenges; and in the intersections of technology, economic policy and sustainability. She studied Chemical Engineering at UCL, before then working in investment...

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