Building Brain Power: A new RESULTS brief on the importance of investing in young children

By RESULTS
February 17, 2017

As a new year and a new administration begin, RESULTS continues to advocate for increased resources and implementation of policies that prioritize expanding access to free, quality early childhood development programs in the poorest countries around the world. To that effect, we have recently published an advocacy brief focusing on the importance of Building Brain Power.

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Keep at it. Your advocacy is working.

By RESULTS
February 16, 2017

Do you ever wonder if meeting with your member of Congress has an impact? 

According to new research out this week, the answer is: absolutely.

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RESULTS 2017 Global Campaigns

By John Fawcett, Director, Global Policy & Advocacy
February 07, 2017

RESULTS has a long history of working with both parties in Congress to fight global poverty. Although 2017 is shaping up to be a tumultuous year in Washington, we are determined to protect and continue the progress we’ve made to advance global health, education, and economic opportunity for the world’s poorest communities.

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What’s Next? Write to the Media: Congress should reinforce, not rip apart, the safety net

By Meredith Dodson, Director of U.S. Poverty Campaigns
January 24, 2017

After a historic weekend, unfortunately we’re already seeing our elected leaders move to undermine some of the country’s most important anti-poverty programs like SNAP (formerly Food Stamps) and Medicaid. As the media continues to cover the events of this past weekend and others in our community are looking for ways to engage, they need to hear from you about what’s ahead.

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