RESULTS has worked with a number of Australian and international figures from government and public life.
What they’ve said about us:
“I write to you today with gratitude for all of your hard work to help ensure that microcredit is available to the poorest. Without your perseverance, commitment and advocacy, we would not have been able to make this groundbreaking announcement of having reached 106 million very poor borrowers with microloans.”
Professor Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Laureate, founder of the Grameen Bank (January 2009) on our efforts to expand the reach and impact of microfinance.
“Over the past 25 years, (RESULTS) have worked hard to empower everyday Australians to be ‘extraordinary voices’ for the end of poverty …”
Senator Carol Brown (TAS - Deputy Gvt. Whip of the Senate) on our efforts to highlight World TB Day in March, 2012.
“We are writing to thank you and the members of RESULTS Australia for you contribution to the success of GAVI’s first pledging conference on 12 and 13 June. Because of that success, we will be able to immunize more than a quarter of a billion children up to 2015, preventing at least four million deaths.”
Helen Evans, Interim CEO, GAVI Alliance (June 2011) on our efforts to help contribute to the effort to garner lifesaving funds for the GAVI Alliance.
“As one of RESULTS International’s partners, it’s a great pleasure on behalf of World Vision to offer my congratulations to RESULTS on the achievement of some significant milestones. I wish I could be present to share these thoughts in person.”
Tim Costello, CEO of World Vision Australia (November 2010)
“As you know, I have had a long association with RESULTS and am aware of the very valuable contributions made by all involved to improve the situation of society’s most vulnerable around the world, I would like to congratulate you on the valuable work you do.”
Tanya Plibersek, Member for Sydney & Federal Minister for Health (November 2010)
“I also thank RESULTS for their significant advocacy efforts in support of the Debt2Health swap and the Global Fund to Fight AIDs, Tuberculosis and Malaria.”
Bill Bowtell, Executive Director of The Pacific Friends of the Global Fund (2010)