To celebrate our 10th Anniversary we are launching two new awards, Young Humanitarian Hero of the Year Award and the Humanitarian Journalist of the Year Award. We will also be holding the Aid Innovation Challenge and Humanitarian Hero Award.
Entry to the awards is now closed. Successful entrants will be notified on the week commencing 11th October.
the Young Humanitarian Hero of the Year Award
Recognising young activists aged 25 years and under who are positively impacting their community or beyond despite adversities.
The Humanitarian Journalist of the Year Award
The Humanitarian Journalist of the Year Award rewards notable international reporting that has shed light on and spread awareness of a human and/or environmental suffering.
In tough economic times, agencies are increasingly relying on new innovations that will save them time and money to counterbalance their shrinking budgets and resource pools. The Aid Innovation Challenge seeks to find the latest innovation to help improve aid delivery efficiency.
The 2019 winner was the USEE Vision Kit from Global Vision 2020
The AidEx Humanitarian Hero of the Year Award aims to recognise and celebrate stand-out individuals from the humanitarian aid and development community and showcases the courageous work and dedication that they put into their line of work.
The 2019 winner was Jess Markt Disability Sport & Inclusion Advisor for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
We also have two awards for our new co-located event Development2030. These awards are The Corporate Social Responsibility Programme of the Year Award and The Sustainable Initiative of the Year Award.