Aspen Institute’s Annual Resolve Award

December 26, 2012 • United States, Daily Email Recap

The Aspen Global Leaders Council for Reproductive Health is soliciting nominations for its annual Resolve Award. This is a competitive process designed to honor innovative and scalable approaches to advancing access to reproductive health. It is a great opportunity to highlight and support innovative programs.

Up to three winners will be chosen, and representatives of the Global Leaders Council  will present the award at the 2013 World Health Assembly in May. Although it is a non-monetary award, recipients have been able to leverage the award to advocate for increased support for their work-both with donors and their own Ministers of Finance. The final nomination deadline is January 15, 2013.

Aspen is hoping to receive as many nominations as possible, but in particular, they are interested in outreach to: Afghanistan, Albania, Bhutan, Cambodia, El Salvador, Georgia, Guatemala, Madagascar, Malawi, Namibia, Nigeria, Nepal, Rwanda, Senegal, Swaziland, Tanzania, Yemen, and Zambia.

You can learn more about the Resolve Award here: 

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