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The winners of the Corporate Partnerships Award were CARE International UK and their partners GSK, Barclays Group and Living Goods

Corporate Partnerships Award

The Corporate Partnerships Award recognises the importance of NGOs working effectively with corporate companies to deliver their mission, recognising that business expertise and assets can play a vital role in international development.  

As NGOs face ever-changing obstacles in delivering their work on the ground, new partnerships with private sector companies can support NGOs to widen their reach and impact.  

This year's submissions

We were looking for NGOs that have successfully worked in a corporate partnership on a project to deliver their aims and make real change. The winner will be announced on 18 March 2019.

PEAS, the Sita Foundation and the Costa Foundation

 


Plan International UK and Credit Suisse

 


Street Child United and Vitol Foundation

 


WWF and Coca Cola Foundation

 

Last year's winner and finalists

The judges selected three projects as the finalists, with the winner announced at the awards ceremony on 26 February 2018.

Winner: CARE International UK and GSK, Barclays Group and Living Goods
In 2015 CARE International, Barclays, GSK and Living Goods set up a social enterprise, Live Well, to promote healthcare access by sustaining thousands of motivated community health workers in Zambia.


Finalist: Amref Health Africa UK and Accenture
Amref, Accenture, the Vodafone Group, and the Kenya Ministry of Health have worked together on an ambitious project to use basic mobile phones to deliver robust healthcare training. 


Finalist: VSO and Syngenta
VSO and Syngenta have been working to empower smallholders in Bangladesh since 2014. The project is now working with 10,000 farmers and has tripled farmers’ net incomes. 

 

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