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Malnutrition and Malaria: A Deadly Combination

25 April 2014
Today marks World Malaria Day and the week of the launch of a new global campaign - Generation Nutrition . Sabrina de Souza, Nutrition Advocacy Assistant talks about the deadly synergy between these two child killers.

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Let's be the generation that ends children dying of acute malnutrition

24 April 2014

Recently returned from visiting nutrition programmes in Asia and Africa, Steve Lewis, RESULTS Global Health Advocacy Manager, calls for increased efforts to end deaths from acute malnutrition.

A new coalition of development agencies is calling for child deaths from acute malnutrition to be ended. The Generation Nutrition report launched today shows...

Reason #4: The GPE mobilizes developing country resources towards their own education system

23 April 2014

Over the next eight weeks, RESULTS affiliates in the U.K., Australia, Canada, and the U.S. will delve deeper into 8 key reasons to invest in the Global Partnership for Education now more than ever. You can read the blog about Reason #1, by RESULTS Australia’s Camilla Ryberg here and...

Reason #3: The Global Partnership for Education Complements Bilateral Efforts in Global Education

17 April 2014

Over the next eight weeks, RESULTS affiliates in the U.K., Australia, Canada, and the U.S. will delve deeper into 8 key reasons to invest in the Global Partnership for Education now more than ever. You can read the blog about Reason #1, by RESULTS Australia’s Camilla Ryberg, here and...

Join our webinar on exciting new nutrition campaign

14 April 2014

Join our webinar to learn about our exciting new nutrition campaign

World Health Worker Week: no health without health workers

11 April 2014

To mark World Health Workers Week, Jessica Kuehne, health advocacy officer at RESULTS, discusses the critical role health workers play in delivering healthcare around the world.

How many times have you come into contact with a health worker in the last year? If you’re like me, this would amount to multiple times – I see an optometrist to get my eyes checked, I went to the dentist when...

Press release: RESULTS UK welcomes International Development Committee report on disability

10 April 2014

RESULTS UK warmly welcomes the International Development Select Committee’s report released today which calls on the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) to urgently step up its work on disability, or risk failing the world’s poorest people.

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REASON #2 to invest in the Global Partnership for Education now: THE GPE REACHES THOSE IN THE GREATEST NEED

9 April 2014

Over the next eight weeks, RESULTS affiliates in the UK, Australia, Canada and the U.S. will delve deeper into 8 key reasons to invest in the Global Partnership for Education now more than ever. This second post is by Dan Jones, Campaigns Manager at RESULTS UK. You can read the blog about Reason #1, by RESULTS Australia’s Camilla Ryberg,...

One week to go (*gulp*) - Please support!

7 April 2014

Dan Jones, our Campaigns Manager, on the final weeks of training for the London Marathon. Dan is running for RESULTS UK, and you can support him here .

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Photo story: Finding TB cases in Cambodia's Slums

4 April 2014

The World Health Organisation estimates that of the nearly nine million people who become ill with tuberculosis every year, nearly one third are ‘missed’ by national health systems. This means that roughly one out of every three individuals with TB is never officially diagnosed or treated and continues to spread, suffer, and die from the disease.

In Steung Meanchey, Cambodia, a new programme, supported by TB REACH, has been introduced to help find people in slums who have symptoms...

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