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Sustaining progress on global health  -  why does transition matter?

12 December 2017

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 made over the last two decades, deep concern remains around persisting and striking inequities. Malnutrition remains high:...

Why World AIDS Day continues to matter

30 November 2017

1 December is World AIDS Day. I remember the first time I marked World AIDS Day 15 years ago while I was working at a newspaper in Swaziland, the country which has long had the world’s highest HIV prevalence (proportion of the population who are infected with HIV). It was a day where we could remember the people we had lost to AIDS in the past year, colleagues, friends and family members. It was a moment to raise awareness about the importance of defeating the stigma too many people living...

The Global Ministerial Conference: What is it and why is it important?

29 November 2017
This guest blog was originally posted by Kate Thompson, Global TB Caucus Secretariat Co-ordinator, on the Global TB Caucus website on 20 November 2017. Last week, Ministers of Health from around the world met in Moscow, Russian Federation, for the Global Ministerial Conference (GMC) on Tuberculosis (TB). The meeting, which was convened by the World Health Organisation, was held...

Learning Without Limits: Improving Access to Quality Education

28 November 2017

This guest blog post was first published by RESULTS Canada on 17 November, 2017.

It’s a warm, sunny afternoon in Nairobi, Kenya as I pull up to Cheleta Primary School on the back of a motorbike. I’m greeted by a brightly painted cement gate that has the school’s vision written in bold black letters: A school without learning limits. As I climb off the...

Reporting back from the UN climate talks

21 November 2017

At the COP23 climate negotiations in Bonn this month, a key question was financing– that is, who should pay for the impacts of climate change. For many countries, climate change is already very real, and economic and social losses are skyrocketing. During climate negotiations in 2009 developed countries promised to deliver £100 billion a year by 2020 for mitigation and adaptation. Funding for loss and damage (impacts that can’t be mitigated or adapted to), is needed...

Access to a quality education is the best way to disrupt the cycle of poverty. My story is proof.

20 November 2017

This guest blog post is by Rachel Azalenko-Akouete, RESULTS Real Change Fellow and Group Leader of RESULTS Madison, USA. She is a Public Health Nurse, and a Master of Public Health candidate at the University of Wisconsin. This post was first published on www.results.org on 3 October 2017.

I can’t tell my story without first telling my parents story. My family is originally from Togo, a small country...

Counting the cost of TB

14 November 2017

This guest blog post is written by Matt Oliver, RESULTS UK alumni and Head of the Secretariat of the Global TB Caucus, the world’s largest independent parliamentary network.

Today, the Global TB Caucus launched a new report detailing the economic impact of TB. The report, entitled “The Price of a Pandemic 2017”, includes new estimates for the cost of TB produced by global accountancy firm, KPMG.

The headlines are...

A Balancing Act: What happens when polio funding ends?

13 November 2017

This blog is co-authored by RESULTS UK’s Laura Kerr (Child Health Policy Officer) and RESULTS Australia’s Leila Stennett (Campaigns Director).

Today, RESULTS UK and RESULTS Australia launch ‘ A Balancing Act: risks and opportunities as polio and its funding disappears ’. This new joint publication explores what will happen as the...

November conference call

8 November 2017

A recording of the November grassroots conference call is now available. We were joined on th e call by Tony Baker, Associate Director for Global Education at RESULTS Educational Fund. Tony talked us through the importance of the Global Partnership for Education (on whose Board he sits) in helping children around the world into school, as an essential part of achieving Global Goal 4 ('inclusive and equitable quality education for...

Milan, a moment, and an opportunity: Update from the Global Nutrition Summit

6 November 2017

The landmark 2013 Nutrition for Growth summit in London firmly put nutrition on the political and global agenda . Hunger and malnutrition often make the headlines, but until the 2013 summit, malnutrition remained neglected. It was through bringing together leaders, businesses, and civil society that financial commitments to scale-up nutrition efforts were made, rather than empty promises. The much-needed investment boost, US $4 billion for nutrition-specific, and $19 billion for...

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