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RESULTS UK is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) that uses advocacy and campaigning to bring about the end of extreme poverty. They do that by recruiting, training and inspiring volunteers around the world to speak up and call for change. They call on governments of wealthy nations to spend more on overseas aid and to ensure that this is used effectively to reach the poorest and most vulnerable.

RESULTS UK has now come to Aylesbury! You can come along and find out more about global poverty and how you can campaign for changes in health, education and economic opportunity for the world's poorest. They meet in our community centre on the first Tuesday of every month from 19:30-21:30, and everyone is welcome.

For more information, email Clare Dickson: cdickson28@msn.com.

For Results UK's website, click here.
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