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Our Global Partners

The strength of the Results movement lies in our trusted expertise and deep relationships. We are part of the ACTION Global Health Advocacy Partnership,  spanning 15 countries including India, Kenya, South Africa and Tanzania, in addition to the USA, UK, France and Canada. 

We are also part of an
international network of Results organisations. Our Results family spans many
 countries including the United States, Canada, Japan, Mexico, South Korea and the United Kingdom. Together we form a united global voice, resolute in our mission to end poverty and drive positive change on a global scale.

Our global partnerships means we can access the latest intelligence, identify the highest priority solutions, and multiply our impact. This also means our advocacy is evidence based; we use verified, concrete information as proof to trigger change. We gather, organise and analyse information to provide the very best advice to leaders and decision makers.

  • Why does Results advocate for Gavi?
    Results is committed to advocating for the world's most effective initiatives which work to fight poverty. Multilateral organisations like Gavi mobilise billions of dollars for the world's poorest and most vulnerable nations, tackling the root causes of poverty, achieving impact-at-scale and saving millions of lives. Between 2000 - 2020 Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance helped vaccinate 1 billion children in 78 lower-income countries, saving over 17 million lives. Today, a child born in a Gavi-supported country is 70% less likely to die from a vaccine-preventable disease before their fifth birthday. These results make Gavi one of the best buys in protecting children's health. Gavi’s 2026–2030 plan is even more ambitious and provides a unique opportunity to significantly accelerate this impact. By improving access to existing vaccines like rotavirus, measles and human papillomavirus (HPV), while introducing new vaccines against deadly diseases like malaria, dengue and tuberculosis, Gavi can reach the next billion children in half the time and save a further 8 million lives. Each US$1 of investment in immunisations brings US$54 in wider economic benefits, saving lives and ensuring entire communities can thrive. This is why Results International (Australia) remains committed to ensuring our government commits significant funding to Gavi.
  • Gavi in the Asia-Pacific region
    Gavi coordinated the, COVAX Facility - distributing COVID-19 vaccines to 92 lower-income countries, including our neighbours in PNG, Timor-Leste, and throughout the Pacific. Gavi has funded the Burnet Institute, in partnership with the Solomon Islands Ministry of Health and Medical Services, to work with local partners to develop and implement strategies to improve vaccination uptake. Along with the Australian government and other partners, Gavi is supporting a measles vaccination campaign in Laos this year, delivering 650,000 vaccines. Gavi has supported Indonesia to roll-out PCV vaccines, protecting children against pneumonia, and HPV vaccines in Timor-Leste- protecting against cervical cancer.
  • The impact of Gavi
    More children survive. The increase in immunisation has helped halve childhood mortality by averting more than 17.3 million future deaths and dramatically driven down the incidence of deadly and debilitating infectious diseases. Nation building thrives. As children become healthier, they, their families, communities, and countries are more able to be economically prosperous and socially stable. For every US$1 spent on immunisation in Gavi-supported countries in the 2021–2030 period, US$21 is saved in health care costs, lost wages, and lost productivity due to illness and death. In Gavi’s first 22 years, their work helped generate more than US$220.5 billion in economic benefits in the countries they support. Global health security improves. In the face of global challenges, such as climate change, population growth, urbanisation, human migration, fragility, and conflict, Gavi has helped countries broaden vaccine coverage and improve health systems. This makes people less susceptible to disease and better able to prevent outbreaks that pose a threat to entire populations, protecting millions of others around the world.
  • About Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance
    Gavi is a global health partnership dedicated to increasing access to life-saving vaccines for children in the world's poorest countries. Since its establishment in 2000, Gavi has helped immunise more than 1 billion children and has prevented more than 17 million future deaths. ​ Gavi is at the forefront of the global effort to expand access to vaccines for children in low-income countries. It plays a critical role in bringing us closer to the Sustainable Development Goal of Universal Health Coverage, ensuring that no one is left behind. By leveraging partnerships with governments, NGOs, and the private sector, GAVI has been able to negotiate lower prices for vaccines, strengthen health systems, and support immunisation programs in some of the world’s most challenging environments.
  • Gavi's vision for 2026-2030
    From 2026-2030, Gavi will protect the future by: Immunising a further 500 million more children, saving an additional 8-9 millions lives. Catalysing over $US4 billion of financial contributions through domestic co-financing and self-funded vaccine programs. Standing ready to respond to 150 disease outbreaks to boost global health security and protect against the threat of future pandemics. Reducing prices across at least 50% of Gavi's vaccine portfolio. Generating at least US$100 billion in economic benefits for its beneficiary countries. Facilitating over 1.4 billion individual contacts between families and health services, enabling more integrated primary health care and Universal Health Coverage. Saving 1.5 million lives through the HPV vaccine by protecting girls against cervical cancer Vaccinating over 50 million children against malaria.
  • Results' history of advocating for Gavi
    Results believe that every child, no matter where they are born, has the right to a healthy life. Vaccines are one of the best ways to ensure this. Routine vaccinations are the most effective way to ensure that children in poorer countries have a future beyond the age of five, enabling them to grow up and live happy, healthy lives. Results advocacy for Gavi is crucial in ensuring that the Australian Government continues to commit significant funding to this lifesaving initiative. Results advocacy and campaign efforts are essential in: Increasing awareness: our advocacy helps to raise awareness about the importance of vaccines and immunisation in preventing diseases and saving lives. By advising and educating our MPs and policymakers, we are ensuring they understand the problem at hand and the solutions that are required. Building political support: we advocate tirelessly to drive political support for Gavi at the federal level. By engaging with MPs and other key decision-makers, we are building the case for substantial government investment in Gavi’s mission and programs. Influencing policies: our work plays a crucial role in shaping and influencing our government’s policy agenda. Our deep relationships, strong partnerships, and trusted expertise ensure we are well-placed to influence aid and development policy and ensure Australia is committing its fair share to Gavi. Mobilising resources: our advocacy has mobilised tens of millions of dollars for Gavi’s immunisation programs. This funding has ensured Gavi can continue to support the introduction of new vaccines to children in poorer countries, strengthen health systems and improve immunisation coverage worldwide. Ensuring accountability: we ensure our government is held accountable for its commitments to immunisation and global health and is doing its part in being a good international citizen. Since 2011, Results has advocated tirelessly for increased Government funding in Gavi. We campaigned extensively with our CSO partners to ensure that the Australian Government made a significant financial contribution at each Gavi replenishment event in 2011, 2015, and 2020. We were successful in securing transformational funding for each replenishment, with the government pledging $250 million, $250 million, and $300 million respectively. These contributions have made Australia Gavi’s second-largest donor and strongest supporter in the Asia-Pacific region, and most importantly, these contributions have saved the lives of millions of children worldwide.
  • ACTION Global Health Advocacy Partnership
    Results Australia is a partner of ACTION, a partnership of locally rooted organizations around the world that advocate for life-saving care for millions of people who are threatened by preventable diseases. The tuberculosis epidemic, low vaccination rates, and poor child nutrition disproportionately affect the world’s most vulnerable people. Affected and donor countries can end diseases of poverty and improve quality of life for all people if they step up funding and create more effective policies. We work as equal partners to bring together efforts across borders to increase investments and build political support for global health. Over the last six years alone, ACTION partners have helped bring $9.8 billion to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; $5 billion for Gavi, the Vaccines Alliance, to support poor countries in immunising half a billion children in 2015; and $3 billion for the long-neglected fight against undernutrition since 2013.
  • #EndCOVIDForAll
    Results was proud to be one of five leading Australian agencies advocating for global vaccine equity as a partner in the #EndCOVIDForAll campaign. Bringing together over 200 business, faith, union, tourism, and academic groups, we called on the Australian Government to contribute its fair share in the global response to COVID-19. In 2020 Results was a key leader and contributor to the EndCOVIDForAll campaign. The campaign achieved significant influence via: Widespread media coverage; Prominent spokespeople (including Professor Fiona Stanely and Former Prime Minister Julia Gillard); 45 meetings with high level policy makers, many involving Results advocates, CEO and Board members, and; A successful social media campaign that reached millions of Australians ​The outcome was $1.1 billion in new commitments to support countries in our region including $500 million for vaccine roll out in the Pacific and South-East Asia ​In 2021 Results joined together with Australia’s leading global health and aid organisations to co-author an expert report - A Shot of Hope - making the case for an ambitious, expansive, and intelligent investment to vaccinate the world. To date, we have successfully secured over 60 million vaccine doses for our region and over $600 million dollars in investment, but it’s not over yet. ​The rise of the Omicron variant across the world in late 2021, once again reaffirmed the critical need for rapid, and widespread vaccination. Without this, there is a significant risk that variants will not respond to existing vaccines or boosters, similar to what has been seen with multi-drug resistant tuberculosis. In response, we helped gather 10 prominent Australians to write an Open Letter to the PM on Global Vaccine Equity. Signatories included some of Australia’s leading voices including Jane Halton AO, Jennifer Westacott AO, Professor Brendan Crabb AC, Professor Sharon Lewin AO & Tim Costello AO. This left a significant impression on key decision-makers and received strong media coverage.
  • Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI)
    The Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI) was established in 2017 as a response to the Ebola epidemic, in order to develop vaccines for future disease threats to ensure pandemics are no longer a threat. A nearly 100% effective vaccine that had been under development for over a decade was not used for over a year into the Ebola outbreak, suggesting quicker development of vaccines against known threats was needed. CEPI strives to “accelerate the development of vaccines against emerging infectious diseases and enable equitable access to these vaccines for people during outbreaks” by working as a coalition of governments, philanthropy, global health organisations, vaccine developers and manufacturers, and civil society. If not for the work of CEPI, the development of COVID-19 vaccines could have been a much slower, costlier, and poorly organised affair. As a partner in the EndCovidForAll coalition, Results was successful in campaigning for a $100 million commitment from the Australian Government for CEPI at the Global Pandemic Preparedness Summit in 2022. This contribution, alongside funding from other donors partners, will enable CEPI to implement a six-point plan that will see enormous benefits to the global health system: Strengthening defences against COVID-19; Developing vaccines for known threats; Working to compress vaccine development timelines to 100 days; Producing a library of prototype vaccines; Establishing global networks for lab capacity; and Boosting global manufacturing capacity by supporting low-income and middle-income countries.
  • Global Partnership for Education (GPE)
    Established in 2002, the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) is the only global fund dedicated solely to strengthening education systems in the world’s poorest countries. GPE brings together national governments, donor countries, multilateral agencies, international organizations, foundations, the private sector, and civil society to allocate technical and financial resources where they are needed most. Over the past 13 years, GPE has provided US$4.7 billion towards the development and implementation of national education plans in the world’s poorest countries, including US$2 billion to conflict-affected countries. ​In 2021 Results joined a global campaign to help transform the global education system. Despite significant progress on education over the last two decades, 53% of children in low and middle-income countries still cannot read by the time they finish primary school, and nearly a quarter of a billion children are completely excluded from education. Global progress has been further eroded by the socioeconomic impacts of COVID-19. Faced with this challenge, our solution was to help improve financing for global education efforts, specifically through the Global Partnership for Education (GPE). For every $1 invested through the GPE Multiplier facility, they have helped to mobilise $3.90 in external funding. The GPE held its Global Education Summit in July, raising over $4 billion in pledges, plus a commitment of $196 billion in domestic education financing over the next five years. Results brought together former Chair of the GPE Board and former Prime Minister of Australia, Julia Gillard AC with dozens of other key stakeholders including a youth activist from Vietnam in our own national event, highlighting the widespread support for Australian investment in global education. This was a key step leading up to the Australian Government’s pledge of $180 million to the GPE.
  • TB Research & Development
    Results is acutely aware of the need for increased R&D funding, to help protect low- and middle-income countries in our neighbouring Indo-Pacific region from the threat of TB. Our main TB campaign in 2020 focused heavily on MP outreach and public op-eds to encourage greater Australian investment in TB R&D. In that year, the government announced $8.3 million to fund four new research projects addressing drug-resistant TB and antimicrobial resistance in the Pacific Islands. Results continues to call for increased investments in TB, including TB R&D, in order to meet global targets. Without this, we will remain off track to end TB by 2030.
  • Global Fund to Fight HIV, TB and Malaria
    The Global Fund is a worldwide partnership to defeat HIV, TB and malaria and ensure a healthier, safer, more equitable future for all. The Global Fund raises and invests more than US$5 billion a year to fight the deadliest infectious diseases, challenge the injustice that fuels them, and strengthen health systems and pandemic preparedness in more than 100 of the hardest hit countries. In 2022, the Global Fund disbursed a record US$5.2 billion to fight HIV, TB and malaria, support COVID-19 Response Mechanism (C19RM) activities and strengthen the systems for health that underpin any pandemic response. They unite world leaders, communities, civil society, health workers and the private sector to find solutions that have the most impact, and they take them to scale worldwide. To achieve the greatest impact against the deadliest infectious diseases, the Global Fund challenges power dynamics to ensure affected communities have an equal voice in the fight against TB, HIV and malaria, and an equal chance at a healthy future. By working together, the Global Fund and its partners are getting close to achieving the goals the world once deemed impossible – ending HIV, TB and malaria as public health threats. Results' health equity and TB campaigns have often focussed on the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria, as this respected public-private partnership provides 76% of all international TB financing. Our first major success with the Global Fund was in 2008-09, when our support and government outreach was acknowledged by the Global Fund as key factors leading to Australia's participation in the Debt2Health initiative, which results in millions of dollars being directed to domestic TB programs in Indonesia. Results has since been a leading player in the Global Fund's triennial replenishment events. Supported by our national network of volunteer advocates, and aligned civil society partners domestically and globally, we work to raise the awareness of the burden of TB in the Indo-Pacific region and encourage Australia to contribute its fair share to the Global Fund. Since our involvement began, the Australian Government's pledges have increased from $135 million for the Second Replenishment in 2007 to $266 million for the Seventh Replenishment in 2022.
  • World TB Day
    We conduct large-scale advocacy campaigns every year to mark World TB Day on 24 March, including parliamentary briefing events, motions raised by MPs in the House of Representatives, and our awareness-raising “Light Up Red for TB” event (part of the global "Light Up Red" campaign) reaching buildings and monuments across the country.
  • The Australian TB Caucus
    Results is secretariat to the Australian TB Caucus a cross-partisan parliamentary friendship group. The Caucus brings together members of the House of Representatives and Senators keen to champion support and expertise for the global eradication of TB. The Caucus focuses on the Asia-Pacific region and increasing awareness about TB and its impact. The Caucus works to secure support and expertise to contribute to the global eradication of TB. Launched in March 2016, it currently has 20 members and is part of the Global TB Caucus, a network comprising of over 2,500 MPs in more than 150 countries committed to ending TB. The Australian TB Caucus is formally recognised by the Presiding Officers of the Australian Parliament as a Parliamentary Friendship Group. The Australian TB Caucus is currently Co-Chaired by the Hon Warren Entsch MP and Ms Kate Thwaites MP. Secretariat support to the Caucus is provided by Results Australia.
  • Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance
    Gender equality is a fundamental human right and a powerful driver for better health outcomes globally. By promoting gender-responsive and transformative programming, Gavi will not only reach zero-dose and under-immunised children, individuals and communities but also contribute to Sustainable Development Goal 5 of gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls. Gavi has committed to increasing immunisation coverage by supporting countries to overcome gender-related barriers to accessing immunisation services and promoting equity of access for all genders to immunisation and related health services that respond to their different needs. The Gavi gender policy recognises that overcoming gender-related barriers and ensuring equal access between genders is a key factor to expanding immunisation coverage and reinforcing health systems. In June 2020, a revised policy was approved by the Gavi Board, with three new goals: Focusing primarily on identifying and addressing underlying gender-related barriers faced specifically by caregivers, adolescents and health workers. In the specific pockets where they exist, overcoming differences in immunisation coverage between girls and boys. Encouraging and advocating for women’s and girls’ full and equal participation in decision-making related to health programmes and wellbeing. Focus on addressing individual needs Gavi's gender policy is focused on overcoming gender-related barriers faced primarily by caregivers, health workers and adolescents who are central to reaching zero-dose and under-immunised children, individuals and communities. Caregivers: The gendered needs of caregivers should be at the heart of immunisation service delivery. Women are often the primary caregiver and face multiple barriers to accessing immunisation and health services. The Gender Policy seeks to transform gender roles by highlighting the importance of engaging men in caregiving to promote positive health seeking behaviours for both themselves and their families. Health Care workers: 70% of the world's health care workers are female, yet only 25% of global health leaders are women. The Gender Policy seeks to recognise the difference in the needs of all genders in the health workforce to ensure their ability to work safely and effectively. Adolescents: Reaching adolescents with the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, amongst others, can create positive experiences with the health sector and build an enabling environment for a lifetime of health-enhancing behaviours for adolescents and their future children. Adolescents provide a unique opportunity to be gender-transformative, as it is during this period that cultural and societal norms are developed.
  • The Global Fund to Fight HIV, TB and Malaria
    The Global Fund is committed to addressing gender inequality in all the work that they do – not only through specific support related to gender equality and health (for example, changing harmful gender norms, tackling gender discrimination and gender-based violence, supporting comprehensive sexuality education) but also in the way they work with their partners to increase gender equality and ensure that people's gender-related needs are met. It is a way of analyzing, prioritizing and learning that should be applied across all programs and all three diseases. Through their 2023-2028 Strategy, The Global Fund's approach will go beyond responding to gender differences and will aim to help transform social and cultural norms, as well as address discriminatory laws, policies, and practices that contribute to gender inequalities and increase vulnerabilities to HIV, TB and malaria. Their key priorities are to scale up programs to remove human rights and gender-related barriers to health; support comprehensive sexual and reproductive health and rights; develop programs that amplify the voices and priorities of young people, particularly adolescent girls and young women; and collect, analyse and use data to identify drivers of inequality and inform responses. As part of the Global Fund's commitment to advancing gender equality, they have also adopted a Gender Equality Marker. This is meant to not only provide transparency on their funding and measure how well their funding is working, but also to advance gender equality and highlight where the Global Fund can strengthen and improve their efforts. The Global Fund's Breaking Down Barriers initiative supports countries to design, fund, implement and scale up programs that use community data and feedback to identify and remove human rights-related barriers to HIV, TB and malaria services, including gender discrimination.
  • Global Partnership for Education (GPE)
    At all levels of education, fewer girls than boys are in school in low-income countries, with the gender gap widest for the poorest and most marginalized girls. In GPE partner countries affected by fragility and conflict, 37% more girls than boys are out of primary school, compared with a 4% gap in other partner countries. GPE is mobilizing its partners—developing countries, donor countries, multilateral agencies, civil society, teachers, philanthropic foundations and the private sector—to put gender equality at the heart of national education systems. In 2016, GPE adopted a gender equality strategy to support partner countries in their efforts to achieve equitable access to and participation in education. GPE helps its partner countries achieve these objectives in the following ways: GPE incentivizes partners to prioritize gender equality and other equity issues. GPE’s results based funding model links 30% of grants to progress on equity indicators such as gender equality. To help partners with gender responsive sector planning, GPE provides guidance on and support for analyses of barriers to gender equality and eliminating gender-based violence in schools. GPE supports country-led policy dialogue on these issues, and is funding the development of analytical tools to identify which girls and boys are out of school and why. GPE collects gender-disaggregated data, which helps reveal inequalities, and monitors learning outcomes, school completion and out-of-school rates, and how many education sector plans have gender strategies. GPE also strengthens the capacity of partner governments to collect and analyze data on gender equality. With GPE’s support, developing country partners have achieved remarkable progress between 2002 and 2015: 38 million additional girls were enrolled in school. The primary school completion rate for girls rose from 57% to 74%. The lower-secondary completion rate for girls rose from 35% to 48%. In GPE countries affected by fragility and conflict, the number of girls completing school for every 100 boys rose from 74 to 88 for primary education in the period, and from 67 to 83 for lower-secondary. GPE’s grants support diverse strategies for girls’ education at all levels, including awareness-raising campaigns, community gender training, female teacher recruitment, boarding schools for girls, gender sensitive curriculums, gender training for teachers, capacity building of school management committees, better access to water points and latrines, and measures against gender-based violence.
  • Nutrition
    Nutrition provides the foundation for children to grow and economies to develop. Results has a significant track record of impact on nutrition. Our organisation has its origins in the movement to end hunger in the 1970s. For decades, Results has concentrated on the nutrition of children in the earliest stages of life, with the goal of reducing malnutrition. Our advocacy on this issue has led to a $10 million commitment from the Australian Government to the International Fund for Agricultural Development, a United Nations agency specialising in reducing rural poverty, and a $40 million commitment for nutrition programs in the Asia-Pacific region at the Nutrition for Growth Summit in 2013. The world is off track to meet Sustainable Development Goal 2.2 to end all forms of malnutrition by 2030. Results is committed to ensuring the Australian Government stand in global solidarity with the world's poorest nations. We encourage Australia to contribute to an established global partnership devoted to tackling malnutrition that particularly affect women and children (such as the Global Financing Facility for Women, Children and Adolescents).
  • Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance
    Gavi is a global health partnership dedicated to increasing access to life-saving vaccines for children in the world's poorest countries. Since its establishment in 2000, Gavihas helped immunise more than 1 billion children and has prevented more than 17 million future deaths. However, despite significant progress in recent years, millions of children around the world still lack access to basic vaccines that could protect them from deadly diseases. This lack of immunisation not only leads to unnecessary suffering and death but also contributes to the perpetuation of poverty and inequality. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has further highlighted the importance of global vaccination efforts in safeguarding public health and preventing future outbreaks. Gavi is at the forefront of the global effort to expand access to vaccines for children in low-income countries. It plays a critical role in bringing us closer to the Sustainable Development Goal of Universal Health Coverage, ensuring that no one is left behind. Results believe that every child, no matter where they are born, has the right to a healthy life. Vaccines are one of the best ways to ensure this. Routine vaccinations are the most effective way to ensure that children in poorer countries have a future beyond the age of five, enabling them to grow up and live happy, healthy lives. Results advocacy for Gavi is crucial in ensuring that the Australian Government continues to commit significant funding to this lifesaving initiative. Results advocacy and campaign efforts are essential in: Increasing awareness: our advocacy helps to raise awareness about the importance of vaccines and immunisation in preventing diseases and saving lives. By advising and educating our MPs and policymakers, we are ensuring they understand the problem at hand and the solutions that are required. Building political support: we advocate tirelessly to drive political support for Gavi at the federal level. By engaging with MPs and other key decision-makers, we are building the case for substantial government investment in Gavi’s mission and programs. Influencing policies: our work plays a crucial role in shaping and influencing our government’s policy agenda. Our deep relationships, strong partnerships, and trusted expertise ensure we are well-placed to influence aid and development policy and ensure Australia is committing its fair share to Gavi. Mobilising resources: our advocacy has mobilised tens of millions of dollars for Gavi’s immunisation programs. This funding has ensured Gavi can continue to support the introduction of new vaccines to children in poorer countries, strengthen health systems and improve immunisation coverage worldwide. Ensuring accountability: we ensure our government is held accountable for its commitments to immunisation and global health and is doing its part in being a good international citizen. Since 2011, Results has advocated tirelessly for increased Government funding in Gavi. We campaigned extensively with our CSO partners to ensure that the Australian Government made a significant financial contribution at each Gavi replenishment event in 2011, 2015, and 2020. We were successful in securing transformational funding for each replenishment, with the government pledging $250 million, $250 million, and $300 million respectively. These contributions have made Australia Gavi’s second-largest donor and strongest supporter in the Asia-Pacific region, and most importantly, these contributions have saved the lives of millions of children worldwide.
  • Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI)
    Results advocates for the work of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI), an international partnership founded in 1988. It has helped countries to make huge progress in protecting the global population from this debilitating disease, and as a result, the global incidence of polio has decreased by 99.9% since the programme’s inauguration. When the GPEI was founded, polio paralysed more than 1,000 children every day. Since then, more than 2.5 billion children have been immunised against polio thanks to the cooperation of more than 200 countries and 20 million volunteers. It is estimated that 16 million people today are walking who would otherwise have been paralysed by the disease, and more than 1.5 million people are alive whose lives would have otherwise been lost. Now, the task remains to tackle polio in its last few strongholds and get rid of the final 0.1% of polio cases that remain.
  • The Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations
    The Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI) was established in 2017 as a response to the Ebola epidemic, in order to develop vaccines for future disease threats to ensure pandemics are no longer a threat. A nearly 100% effective vaccine that had been under development for over a decade was not used for over a year into the Ebola outbreak, suggesting quicker development of vaccines against known threats was needed. CEPI strives to “accelerate the development of vaccines against emerging infectious diseases and enable equitable access to these vaccines for people during outbreaks” by working as a coalition of governments, philanthropy, global health organisations, vaccine developers and manufacturers, and civil society. If not for the work of CEPI, the development of COVID-19 vaccines could have been a much slower, costlier, and poorly organised affair. As a partner in the EndCovidForAll coalition, Results was successful in campaigning for a $100 million commitment from the Australian Government for CEPI at the Global Pandemic Preparedness Summit in 2022. This contribution, alongside funding from other donors partners, will enable CEPI to implement a six-point plan that will see enormous benefits to the global health system: Strengthening defences against COVID-19; Developing vaccines for known threats; Working to compress vaccine development timelines to 100 days; Producing a library of prototype vaccines; Establishing global networks for lab capacity; and Boosting global manufacturing capacity by supporting low-income and middle-income countries.
  • Nutrition
    Nutrition provides the foundation for children to grow and economies to develop. Results has a significant track record of impact on nutrition. Our organisation has its origins in the movement to end hunger in the 1970s. For decades, Results has concentrated on the nutrition of children in the earliest stages of life, with the goal of reducing malnutrition. Our advocacy on this issue has led to a $10 million commitment from the Australian Government to the International Fund for Agricultural Development, a United Nations agency specialising in reducing rural poverty, and a $40 million commitment for nutrition programs in the Asia-Pacific region at the Nutrition for Growth Summit in 2013. The world is off track to meet Sustainable Development Goal 2.2 to end all forms of malnutrition by 2030. Results is committed to ensuring the Australian Government stand in global solidarity with the world's poorest nations. We encourage Australia to contribute to an established global partnership devoted to tackling malnutrition that particularly affect women and children (such as the Global Financing Facility for Women, Children and Adolescents).
  • The Global Partnership for Education (GPE)
    Established in 2002, the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) is the only global fund dedicated solely to strengthening education systems in the world’s poorest countries. GPE brings together national governments, donor countries, multilateral agencies, international organizations, foundations, the private sector, and civil society to allocate technical and financial resources where they are needed most. Over the past 13 years, GPE has provided US$4.7 billion towards the development and implementation of national education plans in the world’s poorest countries, including US$2 billion to conflict-affected countries. ​In 2021 Results joined a global campaign to help transform the global education system. Despite significant progress on education over the last two decades, 53% of children in low and middle-income countries still cannot read by the time they finish primary school, and nearly a quarter of a billion children are completely excluded from education. Global progress has been further eroded by the socioeconomic impacts of COVID-19. Faced with this challenge, our solution was to help improve financing for global education efforts, specifically through the Global Partnership for Education (GPE). For every $1 invested through the GPE Multiplier facility, they have helped to mobilise $3.90 in external funding. The GPE held its Global Education Summit in July, raising over $4 billion in pledges, plus a commitment of $196 billion in domestic education financing over the next five years. Results brought together former Chair of the GPE Board and former Prime Minister of Australia, Julia Gillard AC with dozens of other key stakeholders including a youth activist from Vietnam in our own national event, highlighting the widespread support for Australian investment in global education. This was a key step leading up to the Australian Government’s pledge of $180 million to the GPE.
  • Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance
    Gavi is a global health partnership dedicated to increasing access to life-saving vaccines for children in the world's poorest countries. Since its establishment in 2000, Gavihas helped immunise more than 1 billion children and has prevented more than 17 million future deaths. However, despite significant progress in recent years, millions of children around the world still lack access to basic vaccines that could protect them from deadly diseases. This lack of immunisation not only leads to unnecessary suffering and death but also contributes to the perpetuation of poverty and inequality. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has further highlighted the importance of global vaccination efforts in safeguarding public health and preventing future outbreaks. Gavi is at the forefront of the global effort to expand access to vaccines for children in low-income countries. It plays a critical role in bringing us closer to the Sustainable Development Goal of Universal Health Coverage, ensuring that no one is left behind. Results believe that every child, no matter where they are born, has the right to a healthy life. Vaccines are one of the best ways to ensure this. Routine vaccinations are the most effective way to ensure that children in poorer countries have a future beyond the age of five, enabling them to grow up and live happy, healthy lives. Results advocacy for Gavi is crucial in ensuring that the Australian Government continues to commit significant funding to this lifesaving initiative. Results advocacy and campaign efforts are essential in: Increasing awareness: our advocacy helps to raise awareness about the importance of vaccines and immunisation in preventing diseases and saving lives. By advising and educating our MPs and policymakers, we are ensuring they understand the problem at hand and the solutions that are required. Building political support: we advocate tirelessly to drive political support for Gavi at the federal level. By engaging with MPs and other key decision-makers, we are building the case for substantial government investment in Gavi’s mission and programs. Influencing policies: our work plays a crucial role in shaping and influencing our government’s policy agenda. Our deep relationships, strong partnerships, and trusted expertise ensure we are well-placed to influence aid and development policy and ensure Australia is committing its fair share to Gavi. Mobilising resources: our advocacy has mobilised tens of millions of dollars for Gavi’s immunisation programs. This funding has ensured Gavi can continue to support the introduction of new vaccines to children in poorer countries, strengthen health systems and improve immunisation coverage worldwide. Ensuring accountability: we ensure our government is held accountable for its commitments to immunisation and global health and is doing its part in being a good international citizen. Since 2011, Results has advocated tirelessly for increased Government funding in Gavi. We campaigned extensively with our CSO partners to ensure that the Australian Government made a significant financial contribution at each Gavi replenishment event in 2011, 2015, and 2020. We were successful in securing transformational funding for each replenishment, with the government pledging $250 million, $250 million, and $300 million respectively. These contributions have made Australia Gavi’s second-largest donor and strongest supporter in the Asia-Pacific region, and most importantly, these contributions have saved the lives of millions of children worldwide.
  • The Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI)
    Results advocates for the work of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI), an international partnership founded in 1988. It has helped countries to make huge progress in protecting the global population from this debilitating disease, and as a result, the global incidence of polio has decreased by 99.9% since the programme’s inauguration. When the GPEI was founded, polio paralysed more than 1,000 children every day. Since then, more than 2.5 billion children have been immunised against polio thanks to the cooperation of more than 200 countries and 20 million volunteers. It is estimated that 16 million people today are walking who would otherwise have been paralysed by the disease, and more than 1.5 million people are alive whose lives would have otherwise been lost. Now, the task remains to tackle polio in its last few strongholds and get rid of the final 0.1% of polio cases that remain.
  • The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria
    The Global Fund is a worldwide partnership to defeat HIV, TB and malaria and ensure a healthier, safer, more equitable future for all. The Global Fund raises and invests more than US$5 billion a year to fight the deadliest infectious diseases, challenge the injustice that fuels them, and strengthen health systems and pandemic preparedness in more than 100 of the hardest hit countries. In 2022, the Global Fund disbursed a record US$5.2 billion to fight HIV, TB and malaria, support COVID-19 Response Mechanism (C19RM) activities and strengthen the systems for health that underpin any pandemic response. They unite world leaders, communities, civil society, health workers and the private sector to find solutions that have the most impact, and they take them to scale worldwide. To achieve the greatest impact against the deadliest infectious diseases, the Global Fund challenges power dynamics to ensure affected communities have an equal voice in the fight against TB, HIV and malaria, and an equal chance at a healthy future. By working together, the Global Fund and its partners are getting close to achieving the goals the world once deemed impossible – ending HIV, TB and malaria as public health threats. Results' health equity and TB campaigns have often focussed on the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria, as this respected public-private partnership provides 76% of all international TB financing. Our first major success with the Global Fund was in 2008-09, when our support and government outreach was acknowledged by the Global Fund as key factors leading to Australia's participation in the Debt2Health initiative, which results in millions of dollars being directed to domestic TB programs in Indonesia. Results has since been a leading player in the Global Fund's triennial replenishment events. Supported by our national network of volunteer advocates, and aligned civil society partners domestically and globally, we work to raise the awareness of the burden of TB in the Indo-Pacific region and encourage Australia to contribute its fair share to the Global Fund. Since our involvement began, the Australian Government's pledges have increased from $135 million for the Second Replenishment in 2007 to $266 million for the Seventh Replenishment in 2022.

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