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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.

Search our policy reports for insight on the issues we work on and our recommendations for decision makers.

 

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.

TB community call on the G20 for global leadership on TB

16 March 2017

In the coming months, Health Ministers and Heads of State at the G7 and G20 will be discussing antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and the position of tuberculosis within it. In addition to being the world’s leading infectious killer, TB is one of the world’s leading drug-resistant threats. It is responsible for one-in-three deaths from AMR and is the only major airborne form of AMR.

Tackling the complexities of TB R&D will require a comprehensive mechanism with high level political...

From Donor Funding to Domestic Leaders

9 January 2017

We will only achieve universal immunisation when countries themselves prioritise and take ownership of their immunisation programmes. Dedicated, long term, and sustainable domestic finance as part of an increasing health budget, Government leadership, and efficient programme and policy and implementation, are the key components of country ownership and reaching every child with all WHO recommended vaccines.

In this short briefing, we focus on the role of political will in driving...

Thank you for using your voice to change the world in 2016

19 December 2016

Throughout the year, RESULTS campaigners have been taking amazing local actions to fight global poverty. From building up a relationship with your constituency MP to organising creative events in the local community, you’ve been helping us to succeed in our goal to achieve health, education and economic opportunities for the poorest and most marginalised people on the planet.

Find out more about their achievements and successes in 2016 in the timeline below.

Improving Nutrition and Health for Pregnant and Lactating Women

30 November 2016

Nutrition for women in pre-pregnancy, pregnancy, and over the first two years of the child’s life is of utmost importance for the survival, health and development of mothers and their children . In pregnancy, requirements of energy, protein, and essential micronutrients are increased not only to maintain the mother’s own health, but to also support optimal physical and brain development in the foetus and thereafter in the young child. Thus there is...

Improving Nutrition and Health among Infants and Young Children

30 November 2016

Physical growth and brain development takes place most rapidly during childhood, particularly during the first two years of life. It is essential from birth that children are provided a diet which fully meets their nutritional requirements. Good nutrition must be accompanied by interventions to prevent illness, such as essential immunization. To maximise health and development in this group, nutrition must be integrated within policy and programmes...

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