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Our #EndCovidEverywhere campaign this month celebrates the heroes and everyday people who are playing critical roles in the pandemic response and recovery.
The ask: Canada must invest at least 1% of its COVID-19 response in new and additional aid towards an emergency global response to end the pandemic everywhere. Funds must go to global health agencies delivering on the ACT-Accelerator (ACT-A) to respond directly to the virus, as well as towards efforts to mitigate the secondary impacts of the crisis.
Use your voice on social media to wish decision makers a happy holiday season and to celebrate the recent contributions from Canada towards a global response to end COVID-19 (announced on Sep 25 and Sep 29). Tag relevant people including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau), the Minister for International Development, Karina Gould (@KarinaGould), and the Minister of Finance, Chrystia Freeland (@cafreeland). Don’t forget to consult our suggestions for hashtags, tags and keywords!
You can also instantly let Canadian decision-makers know that you care (even during the holiday season!) by sending the ready-made tweet or Facebook post below.
Tweet instantly (click below)
As we approach 2021, we're recognizing the essential workers, healthcare professionals, parliamentarians and Results volunteers who are influential in ensuring progress towards the goal of a 1% investment in a global #COVID19 response. @KarinaGould @JustinTrudeau #Canada4Results
Post on Facebook and Instagram (copy and paste the text below)
Dear Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Minister of Finance Chrystia Freeland, and Minister of International Development Karina Gould: This holiday season, we celebrate Canada’s contributions of approx. CAD$1.1 billion to the global pandemic response. However, as we head into 2021, we recognize that the work is far from over. With #COVID19 still circulating, we must continue to ask Canada to invest at least 1% in additional global aid, so that we can start a new year filled with hope for all. #Canada4Results
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- Hailey, Results volunteer