The African International Achievers Awards will be held in Nairobi, Kenya this year – nomination call is now open!
Being rich, powerful, or beautiful can be good. It certainly sounds fun. But whether you are at home in the halls of power, used to the media spotlight, or more comfortable promoting gender equality, equity and empowerment of women / men / children somewhere in Africa, it’s better when you try to Make a Difference. Who’s your unsung hero or heroine? Who do you think is so inspiring they deserve to be recognized with an African International Achievers [AfIA] award?
Nomination Call for African International Achievers Awards to be held on 1st September 2012 in Nairobi, Kenya. The entries are open to Individuals and Organisations from all African Countries.
For more information visit http://www.africanachievers.org
The awards mission is to generate greater understanding of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), to galvanize public support for their achievement, and to honor exceptional efforts of people or organizations making a difference in society.
AFRICAN INTERNATIONAL ACHIEVERS AWARDS 2011
Please give us names of people making a difference in society for the AFRICA INTERNATIONAL ACHIEVERS AWARDS.
Remember, Hollywood has Oscar Awards, Broadway has Tony Awards, Music has BAFTA, African Philanthropy has AFRICAN INTERNATIONAL ACHIEVERS AWARDS and Global Philanthropy now has PMAD!
Nominate now for the AFRICAN INTERNATIONAL ACHIEVERS AWARDS and LET THEM SHINE !!!
You can also contact the regional directors
East, Central and SA – firstname.lastname@example.org
West, North and Horn of Africa – email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is the video from AfIA-2011 in Bradford, UK:The Kenyan flag was flying high in England as Kenya received a special award for producing the most achievers at the African international millennium development goals achievers awards in Bradford.
If you believe in the work you’re doing, please keep doing it. Keep working hard. Don’t do it for the recognition – do it because you believe in it!
Dr. Wanjiru Kamau, CEO Akili Dada