SPECIALAWARD

SPECIAL AWARDS

The award is open for companies and organization who must have a consistent history of contribution (meant for an entire body of work, not just a single achievement) over and above the call of duty throughout their career and also must have contributed throughout their life time to the development of the health sector.

LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

The award is open to individuals who:

  • Must have contributed throughout their life time to the development of the health sector.
  • Must be above 65 years of age.
  • Must have a consistent history of contribution (meant for an entire body of work, not just a single achievement) over and above the call of duty throughout their career.
  • Must have an exceptional contribution to the profession and development of medicine and its science in Nigeria.
  • A significant impact being made on Regulatory Affairs and policy formulation in the healthcare sector.

 

Criteria

    • Consistency.

How has the individual made a consistent contribution to the profession, not just in performing their job function but over and above the expected call of duty?

    • Quality.

Demonstrate how the contribution over the career of the individual has been of truly high quality which has enhanced the practice of medicine and its allied field in general

    • Achievements.

Catalogue the achievements of the individual throughout their career as completely as possible.
Indicate any that were part of their employment if significant but stress those that were above and beyond the remit of that role.

    • Contribution.

Explain the nature and extent of contribution to the profession as a whole.

    • Impact.

Detail the impact of the achievements of this individual that have had a reach or longevity greater than would be expected?

Please give examples.

SPECIAL RECOGNITION AWARD

The award is open to individuals who:

  • Must have contributed throughout their life time to the development of the health sector.
  • Must have a consistent history of contribution (meant for an entire body of work, not just a single achievement) over and above the call of duty throughout their career.
  • Must have an exceptional contribution to the profession and development of medicine and its science in Nigeria.
  • A significant impact being made on Regulatory Affairs and policy formulation in the healthcare sector.

 

Criteria

    • Consistency.

How has the individual made a consistent contribution to the profession, not just in performing their job function but over and above the expected call of duty?

    • Quality.

Demonstrate how the contribution over the career of the individual has been of truly high quality which has enhanced the practice of medicine and its allied field in general

    • Achievements.

Catalogue the achievements of the individual throughout their career as completely as possible.
Indicate any that were part of their employment if significant but stress those that were above and beyond the remit of that role.

    • Contribution.

Explain the nature and extent of contribution to the profession as a whole.

    • Impact.

Detail the impact of the achievements of this individual that have had a reach or longevity greater than would be expected?

Please give examples.

OUTSTANDING STATE GOVERNMENT HEALTHCARE PROGRAMME OF THE YEAR

Open only to State Governments.

Criteria

    • STRONG POLITICAL WILL

Must have demonstrated and implemented healthcare programmes that vividly showcase and elevate the tenets of democratic governance.

    • IMPROVING ACCESS TO HEALTH.

Programmes that focus on accessibility and restoring the dignity of targeted population, which consists of those previously disadvantaged in such population.

    • INNOVATION.

Programmes that demonstrate innovation and continued excellence in the health care industry.

    • STAKEHOLDER INVOLVEMENT.

Must have increased and foster political buy-in to ensure the sustainability of such ventures.

    • REPLICABLE MODELS.

Succeeded in replicating such programmes in their community.

OUTSTANDING CSR HEALTH PROJECT OF THE YEAR

Open to multinationals and companies that are currently operating in Nigeria.

The Award

Is an effort to felicitate, amplify and publicize the efforts taken by the organized private sector with a “society-centered” purpose.

These good corporate citizens, who have risen above mere business profitability objectives, and have followed an integrated approach, displayed exemplary determination of sharing the benefits of growth with the society in general & enabling change in specific segments of the health sector facing neglect in particular will be felicitated.

The awards will also recognise efforts of conserving and building the sector for future generations.

Goals

The precise objectives of the award includes:

  • Further stimulation of the corporate sector to continue good work in the direction.
  • To inspire many more including SMEs to append their efforts in this noble direction.
  • Facilitate social & economic transformation of our country.

Criteria

    • Significance

The issues should be relevant & largely unattended to.

    • Scale.

Quantifiable impact on people.

    • Replicable.

Effort should be replicable in other geographies of the country/region/state not necessarily by the same company.

    • Sustainability (economic, social and environmental).

Effort should be socially acceptable and environmentally caring.

    • Finances.

The scale of budgets and the amounts spent on such projects are accounted for. The same shall also be compared with the overall organisational resource base & what in turn has been deployed in the noble cause.

    • Participation of people in planning, execution and monitoring.

Along with the scale of the operations, the number of people involved in planning, execution and monitoring of activities is considered. It should not be limited to a small contractual activity.

    • Innovativeness.

Approach to the project, ideas and incorporation of new ways to achieve common goals is also a major contributing factor.

OUTSTANDING HEALTHCARE PROJECT-FRIENDLY FINANCIAL INSTITUTION OF THE YEAR

The award

Open to banks and financial institutions that have created a business model or a project that has led to the creation of sustainable healthcare goals, and expanded the access to healthcare service delivery in Nigeria.

Criteria

    • SUSTAINABILITY:

There are measures are built in place to ensure the project remains viable long after the major sponsors have exited the project.

    • IMPACT

It impacts on increasing access towards universal health coverage and sustainable development goals and showcased by disease burden it aims to alleviate and/or improvement in the health indices.

    • SCALABILITY:

The project design and implementation have been done to ensure an inbuilt capacity to scale is available.

    • COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT:

The design, the implementation should be demonstrated to have involved the end users in every step before the project commencement.

    • RESPONSIBILITY AND INVESTMENT:

These takes into consideration the Health Ethos in their investment decisions. There must be a demonstrable collaboration between investors, regulators and the financial institution to enhance the health indices and the financing involvement must be seen to be huge.

OUTSTANDING HEALTHCARE SME-FRIENDLY FINANCIAL INSTITUTION OF THE YEAR

The Award

Open to banks and financial institutions that have created an inclusive innovative financing model for healthcare entrepreneurs or healthcare SMEs across the value chain.

Criteria

    • IMPACT

The number of healthcare SMEs that has been financed or nurtured to maturity.

    • EASE OF ACCESS:

How easy is it to access such financing for entrepreneurs are such loans being unsecured or cost friendly.

    • INNOVATIVENESS:

What models have been created to help SMEs (publicity, meeting potential clients, workshops and technical support.).

    • VISIBILITY:

There is a conscious effort to create product and services directed to health SMEs across the value chain and an existing healthcare portfolio.

HEALTHCARE MEDIA EXCELLENCE AWARD- PRINT

Open to media organizations in Nigeria. We have the PRINT subcategory for this award.

Criteria

    • IMPACT

The stories, publications, adverts, shows and programmes must have had meaningful impact on the people.

    • SUSTAINABILITY.

Must have an inbuilt mechanism of sustaining itself.

    • REPLICABLE.

Must be replicable in most geo political zones removing all other unseen factors.

    • Devoid of any political slant or undertone.

HEALTHCARE MEDIA EXCELLENCE AWARD- ONLINE

Open to media organizations in Nigeria. We have the ONLINE subcategory for this award.

Criteria

    • IMPACT

The stories, publications, adverts, shows and programmes must have had meaningful impact on the people.

    • SUSTAINABILITY.

Must have an inbuilt mechanism of sustaining itself.

    • REPLICABLE.

Must be replicable in most geo political zones removing all other unseen factors.

    • Devoid of any political slant or undertone.

HEALTHCARE MEDIA EXCELLENCE AWARD - BROADCAST

Open to media organizations in Nigeria. We have the BROADCAST subcategory for this award.

Criteria

    • IMPACT

The stories, publications, adverts, shows and programmes must have had meaningful impact on the people.

    • SUSTAINABILITY.

Must have an inbuilt mechanism of sustaining itself.

    • REPLICABLE.

Must be replicable in most geo political zones removing all other unseen factors.

    • Devoid of any political slant or undertone.