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Leaving No-one Behind: Realism vs Optimism in Kenya

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The below article by Policy Advocacy Coordinator Laura Kerr originally appeared on post2015.org . It was included in the 'Leave No-one Behind' blog series...

September conference call recording now available

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We are pleased to share that our September conference call is now available to download. On this month’s call we were joined by Simon Wright, Head of Child Survival at Save the Children, who spoke passionately and honestly about the importance of health system strengthening and how the UK can...

Available Now: Financing Health For All Webinar Recording

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Did you miss our Webinar on Financing Health For All on Tuesday? Fear not, a recording of the webinar is now available here: http://momentum.adobeconnect.com/p5pa6vip1hm/ Passcode: RESULTSUK We were joined by Steve Lewis, RESULTS Head...

The Final Push on Polio – RESULTS London Health for All Event

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London grassroots volunteer Asad Rahman reflects on RESULTS London Health for All event which took pace at University College London last week. Global health can sometimes be a scary place. Infectious disease, such as Malaria and HIV/AIDS, dominate media channels and the popular conscience....

Pneumonia: A Preventable Killer

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As you read this, look at the time. What were you doing an hour ago? In that time, the world has lost 108 children to pneumonia. 16% of under-five global deaths are caused by pneumonia . In the post-neonatal period, the period from one month to fifty-nine months, it is the single biggest killer...

UK takes commendable strides in global health

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Global health is a keystone in the fight to end extreme poverty. Simply put, better health leads to better economies. The UK government has done a commendable job allocating its resources towards global health and plays a lead role in the global efforts. The UK now has an opportunity to...

Learning Lessons from Zambia on World AIDS Day

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RESULTS UK was delighted to be joined by Kate Osamor MP on our delegation to Zambia this summer. Here, Kate reflects on why we should be incredibly proud of the impact of UK aid this World AIDS Day, and why it’s so important to keep pushing for solutions to a...

Putting Immunisation at the Heart of Health Systems

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Vaccines work. 2 to 3 million lives are saved every year through immunisation. That’s pretty extraordinary in itself, right? In fact, it almost seems that this blog could end here with that up-beat, celebratory sentence - 2 to 3 million lives are saved every year. But immunisation is actually...

Behind the beauty a TB epidemic is raging

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In this guest blog post, Dr Jess Potter reflects on the scale of Cambodia's hidden TB epidemic, the progress that has been made and stresses why continued support to the Global Fund is vital.

The Cambodia I have experienced so far is magical. With its unwaveringly hospitable people,...

How volunteer healthworkers in Cambodia are helping to leave no-one behind

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In her second blog, TB nurse Sue Dart discusses how community healthworkers in Cambodia are helping to ensure no-one is left behind.

Back in Phnom Penn, a sprawling city, an energy emanates from the myriads of scooters, tuk tuks and street vendors lining the roads. There is obviously...

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