The Corporate Partnerships Award was won by Plan International UK and Credit Suisse

Bond International Development Awards 2019

Bond's International Development Awards showcase the important work of the sector.

Much of the outstanding work of the international development sector goes unrecognised. Our awards celebrate the inspiring humanitarian and development work of the Bond network. Each category reflects and responds to important trends and challenges in international development.

This year we received 47 impressive entries, covering a wide spectrum of people, projects and organisations.

Click on the links below to see the 2019 winners.

This year we were also delighted to award Baroness Glenys Kinnock a Special Recognition Award for her services to international development and humanitarianism.

8 award categories

  • The Innovation Award showcases organisations or initiatives that take novel approaches to navigate a complex and changing external environment.
  • The Collaboration Award recognises effective relationships and collaborations within and across sectors and disciplines to tackle difficult issues.
  • The Advocacy Campaign Award celebrates strategic and inspiring campaigns that raise public awareness of international development causes.
  • The Fundraising Campaign Award recognises creative fundraising campaigns that engage the public in new and unusual ways.
  • The Diversity Award recognises organisations in the sector that nurture diverse and inclusive workforces.
  • The Corporate Partnerships Award showcases effective work between NGOs and corporate companies.
  • The Humanitarian Award highlights the unacknowledged heroes working in the humanitarian field. 
  • The Volunteer Award celebrates exceptional individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the organisation and the sector. 

Click here for photos from the awards ceremony on 18 March.


Support the awards

Show your support for the crucial development and humanitarian work people and organisations do by sponsoring an award. Get in touch with Iona Stirling-Herbert at [email protected].