Quality access to basic services including clean water, sanitation, waste management and electricity in challenging environments such as post-disaster communities, emergency situations and refugee settlements.
Promoting alternative employment and income opportunities, women in the workplace, competitive products and services, and improved market access.
Access to reliable and affordable healthcare, education systems and delivery.
Protecting human, economic and natural assets, through the adoption and implementation of resilience measures.
Smarter consumption and resource management to better meet increasing water, food and energy requirements for a growing global population.
The jury comprises a Chairing Committee and an Evaluation Committee with representatives from international development organisations from across the world.