all past campaigns

June:

#YouthLead

The current global system is failing children and world leaders are not doing enough. Youth are nearly invisible in positions of power but will live with the consequences of the decisions made today. I June, we called on Canada to commit to listening and meaningfully engaging children and youth at all decision-making tables.

May:

#ChampionChildrenInEmergencies

In May, we called on Canada to stand up for children in emergencies at the G7 in Italy in June by unequivocally condemning violence against civilians, reinforcing the need for humanitarian access and protection and recognizing the unique needs and rights of children living in emergencies around the world.

April:

#InvestInPeople

In April, we are calling on Canada to maintain its support for the International Development Association and use its influence at the World Bank to ensure that IDA21 prioritizes human capital investments like health, education and nutrition.

March:

#YesWeCanEndTB

In March, we are calling on Canada to increase its investments in TB R&D and improve the tools available to prevent, diagnose, and treat the world’s deadliest infectious disease – especially in children.

February:

#AChildrensBudget

In February, we are calling on the Canadian government to keep its commitment to increase its International Assistance Envelope (IAE) every year and invest CAD$600 million in 2024 to ensure that investments in immunization, nutrition, and education can #ReachEveryChild.

January:

#AChildrensBudget

In January, we are calling on the Canadian government to keep its commitment to increase its International Assistance Envelope (IAE) every year and invest CAD$600 million in 2024 to ensure that investments in immunization, nutrition, and education can #ReachEveryChild.

December:

December: #ChampionChildrenInEmergencies

As we approach the end of the year, let's reflect on the incredible impact we've had in 2023, while continuing to advocate for a brighter future for children living in emergencies around the world. In early December, Canada has the opportunity to champion children in emergencies by renewing investment in quality education at the upcoming Global Refugee Forum.

November:

November: #ChampionChildrenInEmergencies

From September to December, we are calling on Canada to adopt a holistic approach for the wellbeing of these children and announce a renewed investment in quality education for children in emergencies at the Global Refugee Forum in December.

October:

October: #17ActionsForIDEP

This month, our #17ActionsForIDEP campaign gives you the opportunity to directly support the work of Results Canada in ending extreme poverty. We need advocates like you to raise funds and your voice for a stronger, healthier, more equitable world.

September/October:

Sept/October: #ChampionChildrenInEmergencies

From now to December, we are calling on Canada to adopt a holistic approach for the wellbeing of these children and announce a renewed investment in quality education for children in emergencies at the Global Refugee Forum in December.

September:

September: #YesWeCanEndTB 

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. 

August:

August: #YesWeCanEndTB 

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. 

July:

July: #YesWeCanEndTB 

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. 

June:

June: #GameChangers

At the Summit for a New Global Financial Pact, Canada must reaffirm its commitment to supporting an inclusive global economic recovery post the COVID-19 pandemic by increasing rechanneling of its SDRs to low- and middle-income countries in
Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean from 18% to 40%. In addition, Canada must champion the inclusion of natural disaster and pandemic debt suspension clauses in all new loans to low- and middle-income countries.

May:

May: #GameChangers

We call on Canada to use its leadership and political capital at the World Bank to take bold, creative, and ambitious actions to ensure the world’s low-income and crisis-affected countries have access to the financing they need to ensure the health and livelihoods of their populations.

April:

April: #GameChangers

Canada must not step back from global leadership in international development at a time when we should have stepped up. The Government must be a #GameChanger and #KeepThePromise it made to increase international aid and allocate additional new resources for programs that will advance children’s access to nutritious food, education, healthcare, and protection.

March:

March: #YesWeCanEndTB

Canada must maintain its investment in TB REACH by committing at least CAD$33 million over three years to ensure that communities affected by tuberculosis can access the care they need and to help realize the Sustainable Development Goal target of eliminating TB by 2030.

Stop TB Partnership volunteer meets with Results Canada and Canadian MPs on their delegation to Kenya 2023

February:

February: #KeepThePromise

To kick off 2023, we are calling on volunteers and partners across Canada to urge the government to #KeepThePromise to increase investments in #Budget2023 towards the International Assistance Envelope every year until 2030 to realize the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. In February, we focus our attention on TB and the need for investment in TB REACH.

January:

January: #KeepThePromise

To kick off 2023, we are calling on volunteers and partners across Canada to urge the government to #KeepThePromise to increase investments in #Budget2023 towards the International Assistance Envelope every year until 2030 to realize the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. In January, we will focus our attention on quality education in emergencies in support of Education Cannot Wait.

December:

December: #KeepThePromise

Our call-to-action for December continues our multi-month campaign alongside allies to ask the Government of Canada to #KeepThePromise it made to increase its International Assistance Envelope in the 2023 Federal Budget. As 2022 comes to an end, let’s also reflect on the impact we’ve made in 2022.

November:

November: #KeepThePromise

Our call-to-action for November kicks off our multi-month campaign alongside allies to ask the Government of Canada to #KeepThePromise it made to increase its International Assistance Envelope in the 2023 Federal Budget.

October:

October: #EndPoverty

Our call-to-action for October highlights our #EndPoverty Challenge and gives you the opportunity to directly support the incredible advocacy work of Results Canada in addressing the issues involved in extreme poverty.

September:

September: #TransformingEducation

Our call-to-action for September continues to draw attention to the global learning crisis that has left millions of children unable to read a simple text or do basic math and calls on Canada to endorse the Commitment to Action on Foundational Learning and commit to invest more in global education through Official Development Assistance (ODA) in #Budget2023.

August:

August: #TransformingEducation

Our call-to-action for August draws attention to the global learning crisis that has left millions of children unable to read a simple text or do basic math and calls on Canada to reaffirm its global leadership in education at the #TransformingEducation Summit happening during the United National General Assembly.

July:

July: #FightForWhatCounts

Our call-to-action for July extends our multi-month campaign in support of the Global Fund’s Seventh Replenishment by focusing on the people behind the fight against HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis (TB), and malaria – community health workers.  

June:

June: #FightForWhatCounts

Our call-to-action for June extends our multi-month campaign in support of the Global Fund’s Seventh Replenishment by focusing on one of the communities most affected by HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis (TB), and malaria – the LGBTQ2+ community – and why they must be front and centre in the fight against the three diseases.

May:

May: #FightForWhatCounts

Our call-to-action for May extends our multi-month campaign in support of the Global Fund’s Seventh Replenishment by focusing on the grave threats that HIV, TB, and malaria continue to place on women and girls around the world.

April:

April: #FightForWhatCounts

Our call-to-action for April kicks off our multi-month campaign with partners and communities around the world to rally alongside the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria’s #FightForWhatCounts funding replenishment campaign.

March:

March: #StopTheDeadlyDivide

Our call-to-action for March highlights the profound impacts that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on longstanding epidemics like tuberculosis and what must be done to ensure an equitable and just recovery for all.

February:

February: #EndCovidEverywhere

Our call-to-action for February highlights the ways we can address global inequities to ensure an equitable COVID-19 response.

January:

January: #TheWorldWeNeed

Our call-to-action for January highlights all our accomplishments this year and how we can prepare for strategic action together in 2022, by raising awareness of our impact, we hope to influence #Budget2022 to secure an increase in #CanadianAid with a commitment to global solidarity. 

December:

December: #CelebrateResults

Our call-to-action this month highlights all our accomplishments this year and how we can prepare for strategic action together in 2022, by raising awareness of our impact, we hope to influence #Budget2022 to secure an increase in #CanadianAid with a commitment to global solidarity. 

November:

November: #InvestInNutrition

Our call-to-action this month highlights the unparalleled malnutrition crisis threatening the lives of millions of women and children in low- and middle-income countries and calls for urgent action to avert the looming disaster and protect their health, rights, and dignity. 

October:

October: #EndPoverty

As we navigate together the lasting effects of the pandemic in Canada, October 17 – International Day for the Eradication of Poverty – is a globally recognized day to stand in solidarity with those living in extreme poverty. Our #EndPoverty Challenge gives you the opportunity to directly support the work of Results Canada in addressing the issues involved in extreme poverty that are being exacerbated by COVID-19. 

September:

September: #CanadiansVote

Our #CanadiansVote call-to-action highlights the steps you can take to be an effective advocate during this federal election. You are extremely powerful in your ability to influence and inform electoral candidates about the impact of Canadian aid and importance of a just global recovery.

August:

August: #EndCovidEverywhere

Our call-to-action this month continues to highlight the increasingly urgent need to ensure that low-income countries can build resilient health systems needed to roll-out COVID-19 vaccines and prevent future pandemics. With election buzz in the air and suggestions of an election on the horizon, we are also focusing on ways to get ready to take action in a future election.

July:

July: #EndCovidEverywhere

Our call-to-action this month highlights the increasingly urgent need to ensure that low-income countries can build the resilient health systems needed to roll-out COVID-19 vaccines and prevent future pandemics.

June:

June: #RaiseYourHand

Our #RaiseYourHand campaign this month focuses on girls' education and calls on Canada to invest in the Global Partnership for Education to unlock the potential of girls and their rights to education.

May:

May: #RaiseYourHand

Our #RaiseYourHand campaign this month highlights the acute barriers to education for children and youth living in low-income countries and calls on Canada to invest in the Global Partnership for Education to ensure every child has the opportunity to learn and grow.

April:

April: #StopTheDeadlyDivide

Our #StopTheDeadlyDivide campaign this month highlights the growing divide in access to vaccines as global demand surges and supply becomes limited.

March:

March: #StopTheDeadlyDivide

Our #StopTheDeadlyDivide campaign this month highlights the impact of COVID-19 on the tuberculosis (TB) epidemic and calls on Canada to continue to support the work of TB REACH.

February:

February: #StopTheDeadlyDivide

Our #StopTheDeadlyDivide campaign this month highlights the Global Financing Facility and how Canada has an opportunity to be a leader in protecting the health of women and children during the pandemic.

January:

January: #LeaveNoOneBehind

Our #LeaveNoOneBehind campaign this month focuses on how the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in an unprecedented economic crisis in need of urgent attention.

December:

December: #EndCovidEverywhere

Our #EndCovidEverywhere campaign this month celebrates the heroes and everyday people who are playing critical roles in the pandemic response and recovery.

November:

November: #EndCovidEverywhere

Our #EndCovidEverywhere campaign this month focuses on the ACT-Accelerator (ACT-A) and the investments Canada needs to make to ensure everyone, everywhere has the diagnostic tools, vaccines, and medicines necessary to end COVID-19.

October:

October: #EndCovidEverywhere

Our #EndCovidEverywhere campaign this month focuses on the ACT-Accelerator (ACT-A) and the investments Canada needs to make to ensure everyone, everywhere has the diagnostic tools, vaccines, and medicines necessary to end COVID-19.

September:

September: #LeaveNoOneBehind

Our #LeaveNoOneBehind campaign this month focuses on the impact that COVID-19 is having on children’s access to education around the world. In the fight against this pandemic, we need Canada to support a global and equitable response by investing in the strengthening of vulnerable communities.

August:

August: #LeaveNoOneBehind

Our #LeaveNoOneBehind campaign this month focuses on the impact that income inequality has on the communities impacted most by COVID-19. In the fight against this pandemic, we need Canada to support a global and equitable response by investing in the strengthening of vulnerable communities.

July:

July: #LeaveNoOneBehind

Our #LeaveNoOneBehind campaign this month focuses on humanitarian emergencies and their impact on health services, food security, education, and water, hygiene and sanitation. In the fight against COVID-19, we need Canada to support a global and equitable response by investing in the strengthening of vulnerable communities that are facing a double humanitarian crisis.

June:

June: #LeaveNoOneBehind

Our #LeaveNoOneBehind campaign this month focuses on the importance of climate change and its impact on health, food security and nutrition. In the fight against COVID-19, we need Canada to support a global and equitable response by investing in the strengthening of vulnerable communities from the direct and indirect impacts of this crisis.

May:

May: #LeaveNoOneBehind

Our #LeaveNoOneBehind campaign this month focuses on the importance of health equity. As the world grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic, we need Canada to support a global and equitable response by investing in the strengthening of health systems in low-income countries and ensuring that treatment and a vaccine be made available to all.

April:

April: #VaccinesWork

Our #VaccinesWork campaign is about getting Canada to support global immunization efforts by funding the life-saving work of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) and Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance. Join us and click on an action below to ensure that every child, no matter where they are born, has a healthy start to life.

March:

March: #VaccinesWork

Our #VaccinesWork campaign is about getting Canada to support global immunization efforts by funding the life-saving work of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) and Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance. Join us and click on an action below to ensure that every child, no matter where they are born, has a healthy start to life.

March:

March: #ItsTimeToEndTB

Our #ItsTimeToEndTB campaign is about getting Canada to step up the fight against tuberculosis. As drug-resistant strains of TB evolve, our existing medicines and diagnostic tools cannot reach and cure all people living with TB. We need investment in research and development (R&D) to stay ahead of this epidemic.

Women sitting at a health clinic

February:

February: #VaccinesWork

Our #VaccinesWork campaign is about getting Canada to support global immunization efforts by funding the life-saving work of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) and Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance. We need Canada to invest to ensure that every child, no matter where they are born, has a healthy start to life.

Girls smiling

January:

January: #VaccinesWork

Our #VaccinesWork campaign is about getting Canada to support global immunization efforts by funding the life-saving work of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) and Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance. We need Canada to invest to ensure that every child, no matter where they are born, has a healthy start to life.

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