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CAHR Awards 2022 Highlights

2022 Winners

It is always exciting to hear about someone being recognized for their achievements and hard work with an award. Winning an award is a testament to an individual’s dedication and commitment to their craft, and it is a well-deserved recognition of their talents and abilities.

Receiving an award is not only a personal accomplishment, but it also serves as an inspiration to others to strive for excellence in their own endeavours. Congratulations to the individual/company on their well-deserved award!

Full list of winners

The Community and Human Rights (CAHR) Awards – pronounced “Car Awards” – seeks to provide a platform that would encourage businesses to take extraneous steps to correct the anomalies of engagement within communities, primarily extractive communities, by acknowledging and appreciating best performing companies and individuals.

Nominees for the 2020 CAHR Awards were elected by members of the public through an online voting process. The winners were chosen following the voting by a jury made up of eminent personalities from diverse fields. They include celebrities, human rights activists, media personalities and business leaders, including Ruggedman aka Michael Ugochukwu and Tokunboh George-Taylor, communications expert and board member of CSR-in-Action.

Past Award Winners

The Community and Human Rights (CAHR) Awards has, since its inception in 2019, recognised and appreciated outstanding individuals and organisations performing excellently in the areas of human rights and community engagement.  From Aliko Dangote, Dr Ngozi Okonjo Iweala, Safiya Ibn Garba and Aisha Yesufu to Professor Patricia O. Donli and Uche Kenneth Udekwe, the founder of Natal Cares, explore the winners from the 2021 CAHR Awards.

All 2021 Winners