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At any given moment, RESULTS staff and activists around the world are busy working with their elected officials, local media, or working within their communities to realize a world without poverty. Hear their stories here!

What About the Fifth Child?

By Hannah Bowen, ACTION Director
April 24, 2015

As a child, I learned pretty quickly that Bowen was a lucky last name to be born with. As I dutifully lined up in alphabetical order at school, I was always near the front – first to the playground for recess, first to the cafeteria for lunch. I never felt too much guilt about this luck; I knew everyone else would eventually have their turn. But what if the end of the alphabet was never reached at all? What if the last few kids never had their turn, just because of the name they were born with?

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New Video: We Have A Vision

By Avery Artman, Communications Associate
April 22, 2015

We have a vision of a world free from poverty. Check out our new video and find out how you can help make this vision a reality.

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New Commitments to the Global Partnership for Education Announced

By Allison Grossman, Senior Legislative Associate
April 20, 2015

Over the past few days, we’ve seen impressive momentum towards ensuring every child receives a quality education, including two exciting commitments to the Global Partnership for Education from Canada, Belgium, and Denmark. Members of Congress also joined the refrain for an increased U.S. commitment to the Global Partnership.

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Connecting Across Continents at the RESULTS International Conference

By Joyce Matogo, KANCO Grassroots Manager
April 16, 2015

I never thought I'd go to the U.S., much less Capitol Hill. But on the last day of the RESULTS International Conference, that's exactly where I found myself. Standing in front of the Capitol dome with hundreds of other advocates, all I could think was, "This is a central place of power. Decisions are made here. And here I am, giving the human face to the vaccines issue."

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