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The Concordia Awards

SEPTEMBER 20TH, 2016

6:00PM COCKTAILS | 7:00PM DINNER
CIPRIANI | 110 E 42ND STREET
NEW YORK, NY

Concordia culminated two days of impactful and engaging dialogues with an awards ceremony that recognized the manifestation of leadership and collaboration in action. The Concordia Awards honored the 2016 recipients of the Concordia Leadership Award and the P3 Impact Award.  Award recipients reflect the Concordia model of maximizing effective partnerships that generate a substantial social impact.

2016 CONCORDIA LEADERSHIP AWARD

The 2016 Concordia Leadership Award recognizes global leaders within the public, private, and nonprofit sectors who inspire others through their ability to turn vision into impact. Recipients of the award reflect a commitment to positive social and economic change while promoting effective public-private collaboration to create a more prosperous and sustainable future.

 

2016 CONCORDIA LEADERSHIP AWARD HONOREES

ADDITIONAL HONOREES TO BE ANNOUNCED

2016 P3 IMPACT AWARD

The P3 Impact Award recognizes highly effective public-private partnerships that have led to positive social impact. This annual award is presented by Concordia, the U.S. Department of State Secretary’s Office of Global Partnerships, and the University of Virginia Darden School of Business Institute for Business in Society (IBiS) at the Concordia Awards.  In addition to raising awareness of cross-sector collaboration, the award and its accompanying publication help identify leading practices, deliver practical learning, and generate a database of information relevant to public-private partnerships.

2016 P3 IMPACT FINALISTS

ENERGIZE THE CHAIN

Energize the Chain, American Tower Corporation Ghana, USAID Ghana, MTN Ghana Foundation, and Econet

 
MTV SHUGA CAMPAIGN

MTV Staying Alive Foundation, Viacom International Media Networks, U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Government of Nigeria, the Elton John AIDS Foundation, and Cardno

 
PROJECT NURTURE

Coca-Cola Company, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and TechnoServe

 
SAPARM (SATELLITE ASSISTED PASTORAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT)

Project Concern International, Google, Government of Ethiopia, Disaster Prevention & Food Security Coordination Office, Government of Tanzania, Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries Development, University of Notre Dame Initiative for Global Development, World Food Programme, USAID’s Development Innovation Ventures

 
SUSTAINABLE LIVING BEYOND BORDERS-TRANSFORMING LIVES VIA HEALTH AND WELLNESS

Unilever and Naya Jeevan Welfare Organization


Learn More about the finalists