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At any given moment, RESULTS staff and advocates are busy working with their elected officials, local media, and communities to realize a world without poverty. Read their stories here.

Our Biggest International Conference Ever — Thanks to You!

By Evi Harmon, Events & Conferences Manager
July 29, 2016

It was the last day of the 2016 RESULTS International Conference, and five advocates from Louisiana huddled together in the hallway of Capitol Hill’s Hart Senate Office Building in Washington, DC. It was advocacy day, and excitement was in the air.

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From Policy to Practice: How the TB-HIV Response Is Working

By Mandy Slutsker
July 29, 2016

A new research report from ACTION shows that while countries have taken steps in the right direction since 2014 to combat the deadly duo of TB and HIV, policy improvements have not all translated into changes at the facility level. Moreover, the burden to carry out TB-HIV activities still falls heavily on under-resourced TB programs.

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RESULTS Outreach: Building our Presence Down South

By Kristy Martino, RESULTS U.S. Poverty Grassroots Organizer
July 29, 2016

This weekend, RESULTS U.S. Poverty Organizer Kristy Martino, Global Grassroots Expansion Manager, Amanda Beals, and our fabulous new Global Poverty Organizer, Misty Novitch will begin a southern U.S. swing to drum up support for our U.S. poverty and global poverty work.

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Global education progress on Capitol Hill!

By Allison Grossman, Senior Legislative Associate
July 18, 2016

Last week was a remarkable week for global education on Capitol Hill. On Thursday, the House Foreign Affairs Committee considered and then passed the Education for All Act (H.R. 4481). That same day, a group of four bipartisan senators introduced a companion of the Education for All Act in the Senate (S. 3256).

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