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Nutrition Advocacy in Zambia: Challenges and Opportunities

13 May 2014

RESULTS UK and CITAM+ are pleased to share their new report - ' Nutrition Advocacy in Zambia: Challenges and Opportunities ' . This report examines the nutrition advocacy space in the Zambia, primarily looking at the experience of civil society organisations (CSOs) working on...

Reason #6: The Global Partnership is Taking Innovative Steps to Enhance Performance

9 May 2014

Over eight weeks, RESULTS affiliates in the U.K., Australia, Canada, and the U.S. are delving deeper into 8 key reasons to invest in the Global Partnership for Education now more than ever, outlined in our joint report ...

SEAMOS LA GENERACIÓN QUE ACABE CON LA MORTALIDAD INFANTIL POR MALNUTRICIÓN AGUDA

8 May 2014

Despues de visitar los proyectos sobre nutrición en Asia y en África, Steve Lewis, responsable de la Salud Global de RESULTS, hizo un llamamiento para incrementar los esfuerzos para erradicar las muertes por malnutrición aguda.

Una nueva coalición de agencias de desarrollo pide colaboración para finalizar con la mortalidad infantil por malnutrición. El estudio ‘ Generation Nutrition ’ publicado hoy, muestra que uno de...

Recording of May conference call on latest action available

7 May 2014

We are pleased to announce that a recording of the conference call we held last night is now available for download . Our guest speaker on the call was Joanna Francis, Food and Nutrition Policy Officer at Concern Worldwide.

Joanna was there to discuss the launch of our May action which is calling on campaigners to get media pieces published around the anniversary of the Nutrition for Growth event of...

UK Parliamentary Launch of Generation Nutrition

6 May 2014

Tomorrow evening, RESULTS UK along with several other coalition partners, are hosting an event in Parliament to mark the UK launch of the Generation Nutrition campaign . This new global campaign aims to see an end to child deaths from acute malnutrition. This preventable and treatable condition affects over 52 million children and claims the lives if over 1 million children a year.

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So you think TB doesn’t affect people in Europe?

6 May 2014

Jessica Kuehne, Health Advocacy Officer at RESULTS, presents some key facts about the scale of the TB epidemic in Europe and what RESULTS and partners are doing to help get rates down.

We talk a lot about how many people think TB is a disease of the past when in fact it still kills 1.3 million people every year. Yes, more than 90 percent of all the people who get sick with TB live in developing countries. But – Europe is not immune from the one disease that has...

May action launched! Has anyone seen £655 million anywhere?

2 May 2014
It doesn't seem like the kind of thing you can just leave lying around...

But that seems like what the UK Government has done. On June 8th, 2013, the UK pledged that it would be spending £655 million on fighting global undernutrition - a condition which takes the lives of over 1 million children every year. But since then, they have gone fairly quiet, making spending announcements which only add up to about 5% of the total. So where's the rest of the money gone? Well, as we approach the...

Child health advocacy tour with Dr Sharmin Zahan

1 May 2014

As World Immunisation Week comes to an end, child health expert, Dr Shamrin Zahan from BRAC in Bangladesh writes about her experiences visiting London as part of a RESULTS UK child health advocacy tour.

I arrived in London on Saturday afternoon, after a short trip to Nairobi to undertake media training hosted by ACTION. London is the city I consider my second home after Dhaka, since it is where I started my medical career, working in both a clinical and community setting....

Reason #5: The Global Partnership for Education gets results

30 April 2014

Over eight weeks, RESULTS affiliates in the UK, Australia, Canada and the U.S. are delving deeper into 8 key reasons to invest in the Global Partnership for Education now more than ever, outlined in our joint report ‘...

Improving the Lottery of Life for Women and Girls

25 April 2014

RESULTS UK Health Advocacy Officer, Megan Wilson-Jones reflects on the impact of vaccines on women and girls during World Immunisation Week.

It is the cruel lottery of life that will determine your chances of surviving in the world depending on three simple questions:

Where were you born?Where do you live? What is your gender?

The answers to these questions will have a significant impact on your ability to survive the first five years of your life, attend school, get...

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