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Parliamentary delegation examines Zambia's progress on TB and child survival

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RESULTS UK recently led a delegation to Zambia with four parliamentarians from the UK’s three largest parties to examine how the country is addressing the global health challenges of Tuberculosis (TB) and child survival....

What needs to happen when aid ends?

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This week, the independent body set up to scrutinize DFID’s aid spending (the Independent Commission on Aid Impact –ICAI) released their review and findings on ‘ When aid relationships change: DFID approach to exit and transition in its development partnerships ’. We believe that no matter where people live, they should have access to health services, education, and economic opportunities which allow them to lift themselves from extreme poverty. Equity is a core principle of what we believe in and fight for every day, through our grassroots, parliamentary, and policy advocacy.

Transition: what it is and why it matters

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Where should the aid budget be spent? That’s a question that can provoke a lively debate. Politicians and newspapers regularly divulge into such conversations with sound-bites so repetitive you’d be forgiven for thinking they had seriously analysed the issue. Recent events have cast fresh eyes...

Sustaining progress on global health  -  why does transition matter?

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This guest blog was originally posted on the UHC day blog by Yanira Garcia, Associate at the ACTION partnership.

While pockets of progress in access to health services have been...

February Conference Call

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A recording of the February grassroots conference call is now available. We were joined this month by Amy Dodd of the UK Aid Network (UKAN). Amy has worked extensively in politics, policy and campaigning, including...

Webinar: What is transition and what does it mean for global health?

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Since the millennium, significant progress has been made in tackling global poverty. The number of people living in extreme poverty has fallen by an impressive 50%, with more people than ever before being able to access the health and nutrition services they need. Countries are also becoming...

Polio Transition – A Missed Opportunity on the path towards UHC?

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How are we going to achieve Universal Health Coverage (UHC)? This is the focus of this year’s World Health Assembly (WHA) taking place in Geneva from May 21 st -26 th . Since taking office, the World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General, Dr. Tedros, has set out ambitious objectives as part...

Talking about transition is helping: now let’s include the right people in the conversation

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On Friday, I was left feeling optimistic by the news that RESULTS UK’s calls for more accountability and clear guidelines on transition are starting to be acted upon by the Department for International Development (DFID). A central point of responsibility for transition within DFID has now been...

August grassroots conference call

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A recording of the August grassroots conference call is now online. This month, we were joined by Annalisa Prizzon , Senior Research Fellow within the Development Strategy and...

Polio Transition - The missing link to eradication?

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Polio eradication is within our grasp. Many reports, recommendations, and committees exist, alongside political will, to drive efforts towards eradicating polio for good by 2023.

But the landscape of public health is not the same as it was 30 years ago. As we near eradication, the...

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