The Task Force for Global Health To Receive The Prestigious Conrad Hilton Award
Children Without Worms is pleased to announce that our parent organization, The Task Force for Global Health, based in Decatur, Georgia, USA, is the recipient of the prestigious 2016 Hilton Humanitarian Prize, awarded by the Conrad H. Hilton Foundation. Children Without Worms is one of eight core Task Force for Global Health programs.
The prize honors the over 30 years of work by The Task Force in the humanitarian sector. For the press release from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, please click here.
With this announcement, the Task Force for Global Health joins two other STH Coalition members as previous award recipients.
BRAC, one of the largest NGOs in the world, received the award in 2008. The Hilton Foundation recognized BRAC’s commitment to long-term development through grass roots health, education, and financial empowerment programs that target women specifically as agents of change in their communities.
PATH, an international nonprofit dedicated to global health innovation, received the Hilton Humanitarian Prize in 2009 for its focus on improving the health of people around the world by advancing technologies, strengthening systems, and encouraging healthy behaviors.
Dr. David Addiss, Director of CWW, noted, “while this award was given to the Task Force for Global Health, it really reflects the committed work of hundreds of partners with whom CWW and other Task Force programs collaborate. The Hilton Humanitarian prize celebrates all that has been achieved – and all that is possible – through these remarkable partnerships."