Politicians and government decision makers are busy and might not have the time to learn all the details of the particular issues affecting people living in poverty. You can help by sharing your knowledge with them.
Sending a personalized handwritten letter by mail is one of the most influential tactics to get a government decision maker’s attention – but nothing tops the effectiveness of an in-person meeting.
From local papers in small communities to large national newspapers, you can give your published piece extra mileage by sharing it on social media and tagging key decision makers.
We work across borders to set bold targets for increases in global investment to advance health, education and economic opportunities for people living in poverty.
We work to amplify the voices of people with lived experiences including survivors of diseases - those who grew up in poverty who are powerful advocates in their own rights.