Public Health Champion Awards 2017 Call for nomination
For individuals and organizations
WHO Country Office for India intends to recognize efforts of both, individual and institution who have made an outstanding contribution to public health through advocacy for and involvement in impactful health policies, strategies and programmes with proven public health achievements and substantial improvement in health outcomes with equity in the country.
The awards comprise two categories:
- (i) Sustained contribution to the field of public health, and
- (ii) Innovation
The awards are for both, individuals as well as institutions, in each of the two categories.
This year a special award will be given for outstanding work in the field of mental health.
Nomination process and timelines
Nomination can be done by the nominee or by nominators. If you are nominating yourself or your own organization, please select ‘Self-nomination’ and if you are nominating someone or organization other than yours, please select ‘Nomination for others’ in the selection block.
In case of ‘Nomination for others’ we will reach out to the nominee(s) for detailed information on their work/contribution in the relevant category. In this case, if the nominee is not able to provide the details in the ‘Self-nomination form’ by the application deadline, the nomination application will be considered incomplete.
The final nominations will be reviewed by a core group at the WHO Country Office for India.
The awards will be given on the World Health Day, 7 April 2017.
All nominations are accepted online only and the process of online application and preliminary verification is handled by NGOBOX.
For any technical issues in the application process or clarifications on the nomination process, please write to NGOBOX at email@example.com