Where a baby is born should not determine how long she lives. RESULTS advocates for policies and legislation that will help end the preventable deaths of moms and babies in low-income countries around the world.
Read more about our campaign to pass the Reach Act
By proposing draconian cuts to funding for global development programs through the State Department and USAID, this proposal threatens the futures of millions of people living in poverty all around the world.
The evidence shows what’s possible when we come together to advance the fight against poverty, but right now we face extraordinary threats to our progress, both in the United States and around the world.
At the World Bank Annual Meetings earlier this month, an unexpected group took center stage – the world's youngest children. A pair of events highlighted the challenges faced by young children on their path to healthy, productive lives and marked the beginning of a potentially historic conversation on how countries will support their children to thrive.
After many calls, letters, and face to face meetings all spring, the months of appropriations advocacy and Congressional sign-on letters to urge increased funding for both global health and education programs is paying off! Read about the latest on fiscal year 2017's appropriations work.
On New Year’s Eve 2015, Garrett Wilkinson answered a call from an unknown number. The voice on the other end introduced himself as Jerry Moran. Garrett, a 20-year-old sophomore at Kansas State University, was stunned.
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