July to September: #YesWeCanEndTB campaign
Campaign Summary: In April, we launched the nine-month #GameChangers2030 campaign to advocate for gamechanging partnerships, innovations, and people to build a more equal world, especially in the face of mounting and interlocking crises. From July to September, we are calling on Canada to take meaningful action to end tuberculosis – the world’s deadliest infectious disease. […]read more
we are looking for fundraisers!
With the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty (IDEP) coming up in October, we are planning a big fundraising campaign! Results Canada is completely free of government funding, which means we rely on grants and donors to operate. Donations help us better support our volunteers who advocate by writing letters to the editor (LTEs), […]read more
share your impact stories!
In honour of the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty (IDEP) in October, we want YOU to share your stories about a time you took action and saw its impact!read more
dear Prime Minister: an urgent message to end TB
Every year since the first UN High-Level Meeting on TB, member states, including Canada, have failed to contribute their promised share of funding to TB research and development amid years of severe underfinancing as well as the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. That is why we are calling on Canada to reaffirm its commitment to ending TB and back its word up with real action by meeting the updated “fair share” target of allocating 0.15% of its total R&D expenditure to TB.read more
Ekatha Ann John - Global Health Policy and Advocacy Manager
Meet Ekatha Ann John, our Global Health Policy and Advocacy Manager. With a background in journalism, migration and global health, Ekatha says her role at Results involves a bit of everything – speaking truth to power, analyzing policies, ensuring people with lived experience are at decision-making tables, and pursuing her passion – story-telling. read more
enter the #YesWeCanEndTB infographic contest
To end TB and to prepare for future threats, Prime Minister Trudeau must participate in the United Nations High-Level Meeting on TB this September and commit 0.15% of Canada’s overall research and development expenditure annually to developing and delivering new tools to prevent, diagnose, and treat this deadly infectious disease. Despite being the deadliest infectious disease in the world, TB doesn’t get much media coverage. In an effort to increase public awareness for TB and put pressure on the Canadian government to increase investments in TB R&D, we are launching the #YesWeCanEndTB infographic contest! read more
Safia Ibrahim - Public Engagement Manager
Meet our Public Engagement Manager, Safia. In this position, Safia's goal is to ensure our volunteers have a positive experience in their journey in becoming strong advocates and some day, our vision to end extreme poverty will come into fruition. read more