The Collaboration Award recognises the importance of effective relationships and collaborations within and across disciplines to tackle difficult issues.
We want to celebrate collaborations which highlight what is working and what is possible when diverse organisations and sectors come together to achieve a shared goal.
We wanted to hear from organisations that have successfully worked together on a project with a mix of organisations and individuals – for instance, local entrepreneurs, governments, funders, the private sector, consultants, academics or researchers. The winner was announced at the awards ceremony on 18 March 2019.
Practical Action - We need to talk about poo
Practical Action worked with communities, local and national government and international experts to transform the management of human waste in Bangladesh.
The judges chose the following entries as finalists.
Avert - Young Voices
This co-creation project takes a new approach to sexual and reproductive health information materials.
Christian Aid - Anticipating disease outbreaks in Ethiopia
This project, in collaboration with AMREF, the National Meteorological Agency and the Ethiopian Public Health Institute, strengthened the system for reporting diseases.