Every year, Congress decides how to spend the money in the U.S. federal budget. RESULTS urges our lawmakers to support issues that build the foundation to end poverty – health, education, and economic opportunity.
Learn more: What is appropriations?
Going in to talk budgets with your member of Congress? Go here for FY22 Global Appropriations Memos.
Today’s announcement is a hugely important step forward against AIDS, TB and malaria, and in building the health delivery systems to stop the pandemics of today and the future.
A global pandemic and its consequences demand a global response to match. This week Washington failed to deliver. If you’ve been following along on global COVID relief efforts, last week was a doozy and, to be honest, what’s next is still up in the air.
A new bicameral (both House and Senate) letter is circulating calling on the U.S. Congressional Appropriators to direct $17 billion in supplemental funding to this year’s appropriations bills to support American-led efforts to vaccinate the world. This letter is closing on Wednesday December 15—will you ask your members of Congress to sign on today?
In 2021, RESULTS advocates won major victories against poverty in the emergency response to the pandemic. Now as the world continues to grapple with COVID and all its fallout, we’re pushing not just for an emergency response, but a structural response.
Find additional resources to take critical action with our Senators on FY23 appropriations for Maternal and Child Health (MCH) and Nutrition, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB, and Malaria, and Tuberculosis.
Find resources to take critical action on FY23 appropriations for Maternal and Child Health (MCH) and Nutrition, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB, and Malaria, and Tuberculosis.
Use our current global poverty laser talks in your upcoming lobby meetings, letters to the editor, and e-mails to Congress.
As Congress looks at its spending plan for fiscal year 2023, it’s time to tell them what they should put at the top of the list. As a leader in global health and development, the United States must urgently look to recovery after the COVID-19 crisis to curb major health setbacks in low-income countries. That’s where the appropriations process comes in. Act now to influence the appropriations process while it is in full swing. (Word version)
Use our Action Workshop Agenda (Word version) to host a meeting where you can inspire others to action in your community.
As RESULTS advocates, our mission is to inspire Congress to take meaningful actions to fight poverty. Annually – as Congress turns its focus to the “appropriations” process, we have a real opportunity to get members on the record in support of global health and development issues.
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