TB in Cambodia: Seeking Sputum Samples in a Sea of Sewage

10 March 2014

This is the third installant in our series looking back at RESULTS' delegation to Cambodia a few weeks ago. The parliamentary delegation looked at how the country is improving the health and education of its population. Jess Kuehne, Health Advocacy Officer at RESULTS, describes Cambodia's approach to finding and treating people with TB within some of the country's poorest and most vulnerable communities:


Working with RESULTS UK

10 March 2014

Greeting all! My name is Wonu Olumoroti. I recently began volunteering with RESULTS UK; I am a student in Year 12 and am currently on a one week work placement with them. I am interested in and inspired by the work RESULTS does because I share their goal of bringing about an end to extreme poverty and have the passion to reach as many of the poorest and most vulnerable people of our world as possible. RESULTS are absolutely...

Skipping into the future - Cambodia's progress on achieving education for all

7 March 2014

RESULTS UK recently led a cross-party parliamentary delegation to Cambodia. This is the second post as part of a series looking back at key steps Cambodia is taking to improve the health and education of its population. Reg Davis, a RESULTS volunteer and grassroots member of the RESULTS Board of Trustees, joined the delegation and reflects on back on our visit to the Ang Soeung Primary School, which received a school improvement grant from the Global Partnership for Education (GPE...

Tuesday Night's Conference Call, A Precursor to World TB Day

6 March 2014

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On the evening of Tuesday the 2 nd of March, RESULTS held a conference call as a part of the World TB Day campaign.

TB is not only a global issue affecting some of the poorest countries in the world but also a local problem. There were nearly 9,000 reported cases of TB in the UK this year. This month’s action is about linking the local with the global. We invite you to join RESULTS...

RESULTS Delegation to Cambodia: Dark past; bright future

5 March 2014

RESULTS UK recently led a cross-party parliamentary delegation to Cambodia. This post will be the first in a four-part series reviewing how Cambodia is addressing health and education with support of overseas aid. Jess Kuehne, Health Advocacy Officer at RESULTS, looks at the impact Cambodia’s history has had on the country’s current state.

The first thing that probably springs to mind when most people think of Cambodia is Angkor, the ancient temples surrounded by Cambodian jungle;...

“You can’t study if you’re hungry”: RESULTS launches new report from Parliamentary Delegation to Tanzania

3 March 2014

“You can’t study if you’re hungry” , a new report by RESULTS UK, looks at how the Government of Tanzania is addressing challenges related to early childhood development. This short and accessible publication focuses on the impact of undernutrition on the education...

Join Alice Alrbight, the CEO of the Global Partnership for Education, in a special global RESULTS webinar

27 February 2014

On March 8, 2014, at 7pm, RESULTS advocates from around the world and our partner organisations will join together to hear from Alice Albright, CEO of the Global Partnership for Education, in advance of the Global Partnership’s June 2014 pledging conference. This conference is a critical moment for the global community to come together and ensure that the Global Partnership for Education has the funding it needs to reach its goals for children over the next four years, setting us on the...

Now is the moment to 'Fund the Future'

24 February 2014

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Dan Jones, Campaigns Manager at RESULTS UK, discusses the launch of new global report from the Global Campaign for Education.

$4 billion is the amount of money spent on 3 days’ worth of fast food worldwide. It’s the cost of 3 days petrol used by US citizens. It’s the amount of...

Vote for RESULTS!

24 February 2014

UPDATE: A huge thank you to everyone that voted for RESULTS to win the ESE Direct Charity Day vote and win 5% of all their online sales on Friday 28th February 2014!

We'll be announcing the total support that the RESULTS grassroots network will receive from ESE Direct in our next Newsflash (email). If you would like to subscribe to this mailing list, please use the sign-up form on our...

Register now for our first ever webinar

12 February 2014

We are delighted to announce the launch of a new series of fully interactive 'webinars' which will be running throughout 2014; we will be kicking off on Tuesday 18th Feb at 7pm. The session will focus on testing the webinar technology and discussing in depth RESULTS' campaigns for 2014. You can download an agenda here. The webinar will be chaired by staff from RESULTS UK.



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