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We’ve a proud record in influencing policies that have helped change the lives of millions of people, and we aim to do even more.

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Transition - A Missed Opportunity

21 May 2018

Only 7% children in the world’s poorest countries receive all 11 WHO recommended vaccines. Despite impressive progress on global immunisation coverage rates, too many children are still being left behind. Polio transition poses a unique opportunity to reinforce immunisation systems and turn a situation with great risk into one that leaves a positive legacy on child and global health. It is an opportunity that cannot be missed. The WHO Strategic Action Plan (the Plan) must set out how the WHO...

The Malnourished Middle: Breaking the cycle of malnutrition in middle-income countries

14 March 2018

Around eight out of ten of the world's malnourished children live in middle-income countries (MICs). This report assesses the silent everyday emergency of malnutrition in 89 relatively non-fragile MICs, which is damaging the survival and potential of populations in these countries, and therefore limiting what they can achieve. Based on available data, the report also reviews national policies for nutrition, and inequities in nutritional outcomes in these countries. It then identifies key...

How you’ve helped make a difference in 2017

21 December 2017

During 2017, RESULTS grassroots campaigners have been busy taking local action to fight global poverty. You have campaigned with us on a range of issues, including UK aid, polio, TB, education and nutrition. Your hard work and commitment has improved the health, education and economic opportunities for marginalised people around the world, assisting us in achieving the Global Goals and ensuring that we leave no one behind.

You can read more about what our campaigners around the...

A Balancing Act: risks and opportunities as polio and its funding disappears

13 November 2017

As the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) winds down, the 16 countries that receive 95% of GPEI’s support will face significant challenges from decreased funding over the next three years. Addressing and overcoming these challenges must be an urgent political priority which, if left unresolved, could have a devastating effect on immunisation and health systems.

Using case studies from Nigeria and Pakistan, A Balancing Act explores country-specific and global...

From Investment to Impact: Meeting DFID's 50 million commitment on nutrition

11 October 2017

In 2015, the UK government committed to improving the nutrition for 50 million individuals by 2020. Even though the 2017 general election led to a change in leadership, DFID are committed to reaching this target. So far, DFID have only been reporting the 'reach' of their nutrition-relevant programmes, as opposed to nutrition improvement resulting from these. However, in 2016 they developed a nuanced methodology based on 'intensity of nutrition reach' (high, medium, or low) as a proxy measure...

Annual Report 2016

9 October 2017

2016 was a challenging year, with political upheavals posing challenges for the issues and initiatives RESULTS care about that. But that didn’t stop us. Throughout the year we achieved some incredible things- from securing a historic pledge of over £1.1 billion from the UK Government to the Global Fund, to launching a new campaign on climate risk insurance. Read our 2016 Annual Report to...

Leaving no one behind? Considering the Impact of Donor Transition

4 October 2017

The MDG period saw dramatic progress for many of the world’s poorest, and UK aid played a vital role in this accomplishment. Simultaneously, economic growth more than halved the number of Low-Income countries. However, more people living in poverty now reside in middle income countries than any other income classification, yet donors often rely on economic figures to determine eligibility for financial support. As economies grow, donor support may change, we call this change ‘transition’....

Progress in Peril? The Changing Landscape of Global Health Financing

29 September 2017

As economies have grown in many low-income countries, governments increasingly face “transition”–the reduction of external financing typically over a period of two to five years, on the assumption that the government will then fully self-finance the health programs that had been supported by donor funds. This trend takes place within a context of greater competition for aid dollars, and declining interest by some countries in foreign assistance. Country-led, responsible transition can help...

Owning It: Turning immunisation commitments into action

26 April 2017
Immunisation rates are higher than they have ever been, reaching 86% in 2015. However, one in seven children are still missing out of the most basic vaccines and many more are missing out on the full range of recommended vaccines. In 2012 all WHO member states agreed to ambitious immunisation goals to drive global progress towards universal immunisation coverage, but as we stand in 2017, we are dramatically off track. How can country ownership can help turn immunisation commitments into action...

RESULTS UK Strategic Plan 2017-19

6 April 2017

RESULTS vision is a world free from extreme poverty by 2030, and our mission is to create the public and political will to end poverty by enabling people to exercise their own personal and political power for change.

Our strategic plan 2017-2019 sets out how we plan to do this over the next three years.

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