AfricaSan Awards is now open for nominations

Date: 5th December 2018

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Are you an outstanding sanitation and hygiene professional working in Africa? The AMCOW AfricaSan Awards is looking for your nomination. Candidates can submit the nominations no later than January 9, 2019, all information available here. The AfricaSan 5 will be held in Cape Town, South Africa, on February 18-22.

The AfricaSan Award aims to raise the profile of sanitation and hygiene by drawing attention to successful approaches, promoting excellence in leadership, innovation in sanitation and hygiene improvements in Africa, and providing incentives for action to ensuring that sanitation and hygiene can be accessed by all, everywhere, and every time required.

Individuals, non-governmental organizations, ministries, state corporations, and government departments working in hygiene and sanitation can be nominated. The award focus on the following areas:

  1. Innovative Monitoring Systems Award
  2. Equity and Inclusion Award
  3. Innovative policy and Institutional Reform Award
  4. Trail Blazing Private Sector Award
  5. Research and Technical Innovation Awards
  6. Youthful Actors Award
  7. High Level political leadership Award

The nominations must be submitted to africasan5@amcow-online.org. For any questions or concerns, please reach out to africasan5@amcow-online.org with the subject line ‘AfricaSan Awards Inquiries’.

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