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We Have Moved!

We are so pleased to announce that our new website is up and running, and our blog has moved with it too. On the new website you are able to create your own user account and follow along with our actions, activities, and successes, and be part of the thriving RESULTS community. This blog will soon be closed down and automatically redirect you, but for now you have to go visit by clicking below.

You will find us at results.org.uk, and our blog is now at blog.results.org.uk.

Please update all your bookmarks, and looking forward to seeing you on our new website!

RESULTS recruiting four regional fundraising interns

This year we are taking part in a major, national celebrity-backed fundraising campaign in support of our work. The campaign is an innovative challenge event designed to raise awareness of extreme poverty and to inspire people to action against it, whilst raising money to support RESULTS’ work.

As such, we’re looking for four passionate, self-motivated and confident interns to help us engage as many people as possible with this fundraiser and the work of RESULTS. This is an excellent opportunity to gain experience working on a major national fundraising campaign and working with volunteers, development professionals and the media.

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Meet the new RESULTS UK Education Associate

margaret at workMy name is Margaret Ya’u, a Commonwealth Professional Fellow currently in the UK on a placement with Results UK for three months. In Nigeria I work with Civil Society Action Coalition on Education For All (CSACEFA) as the programme manager. CSACEFA is an Education coalition of civil societies/NGOs in Nigeria that is working in the area of education, seeking to influence policy issues through advocacy and work to promote involvement and participation of stakeholders in the provision of good quality education to its citizenry. It also works to strengthen the capacity of CSOs/NGOs in effective engagement with the government and the general public in education service delivery. CSACEFA started in year 2000 with an initial forty member organisations coming together to form the coalition, the membership has since grown to over 450 member organisations. Continue reading

You Ended Poverty!

If you’ve ever wondered what would happen if you personally were responsible for ending poverty, you need to see this new video from our friends at the Global Poverty Project:


This is very cool, lots of fun and it is a great way of publicising what we do – you will see how people who watch the video and share it with friends can then click on the RESULTS logo to be connected through to our special joint action with the Global Poverty Project about replenishing the Global Fund, here.

Take a second to share this video far and wide!

RESULTS UK meets Christoph Benn from the Global Fund

On Wednesday 2 June, RESULTS UK attended a meeting with Christoph Benn, Director of External Relations at the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria. It proved to be an exciting opportunity to find out how the Global Fund intends to engage the new UK government in discussions leading up to the Global Fund Replenishment due to be held in October and how civil society can play a role in this.   Continue reading

Recording of our focus call ‘warming up for the race’ now online

On our March Focus call last Tuesday, we talked about RESULTS’ upcoming May fundraising event, which will be a sponsored half marathon or 10km walk in the Hertfordshire countryside. On the call, Louise and Aaron talked us through how to prepare for the run, how to recruit participants, and how to go about achieving excellent levels of sponsorship.

Some brilliant ideas were generated, including setting up a ‘buddy system’ for those who are not able to participate in the run to ensure that everyone can get involved in fundraising. We will be sending out more information soon.

To download and listen to the call click here.

Focus Calls are held on the third Tuesday of each month and provide RESULTS activists with an opportunity to share and learn key advocacy skills and to get up to speed on a range of international development issues.