Community, cultural or volunteer-based projects as well as projects that are conducted by or underpin/promote the education, development, preservation and well being of indigenous, disadvantaged, or disabled people or which are undertaken in not-for-profit organisations.
This category recognizes where project management has made a major contribution to a local project of benefit to the community or the environment.
As an example: The winning project could be anything from creating a children’s playground, or a residential care facility, to social welfare program.
What winners say?
“It is a single platform to reach out to global PM crowd on your work that you dearly motivated for. It gives you a unique opportunity for experience sharing with other awards applicants and finalists and judges automatically helps you set a benchmark for your organization and others who are in similar sector.
And last but not least to be assessed by the members of global community in leading project management practices and winning the awards gives you a totally new outlook on your organization’s strategic advantages.”
Tikajit Rai, MAGNUS- Award Winners 2013
Integrating Information Technologies in Rural Nepal through Small Farmers Agriculture Cooperatives
Elena Jakob – Gold Winner in the category Community/ Service Development Project just after receiving the Award for a project: A heritage with future,
Organization: Antioch Foundation, Switzerland.
Please see Previous Winners.