For the ninth time, SWHAP organised an Achievement Award ceremony. In 2016, there were four categories: Most Comprehensive Workplace Programme; Best Progress in Workplace Programming; Most Innovative Intervention and Peer Educator Achievement. The criteria for the awards can be found below. The criteria for the Most Comprehensive Workplace Programme can also be used as a self-assessment tool for workplaces.

The winner of the Award for Most Comprehensive Programme 2016 was Babcock Ntuthuko, South Africa. Ericsson, DRC won the Award for Best Progress and Sandvik, Zambia won the category for Most Innovative Intervention. The motivations for the above-mentioned awards, can be found below.

Runner-up prizes were also awarded to: Freda Rebecca Gold Mine, Zimbabwe and Sandvik, Tanzania in the Most Comprehensive category; Hazida Motors, Zambia and Lincoln Lubrication, South Africa in the Best Progress category; and to Scania, Botswana and Sodeico Manpower, DRC in the Most Innovative category.

The recipients of the Peer Educator Achievement Award were: Tellmore Chiramba, Ericom Communications, Zimbabwe; Arlindo Mário Cumbi, Auto Sueco, Mozambique; Laban Mahindu, Tamarind Translations, Kenya; Maurine Chirwa, ABB, South Africa and Nzovwa Mulaisho, Bayport Financial Services, Zambia.

Babcock Ntuthuko winners of Most Comprehensive Programme 2016. From left: Sofia Birkestad Svingby, SWHAP; Mpho Matshane, Gary Whalley, Phyllis Manganye all from Babcock Ntuthuko and Anna Jensen Naatikka, SWHAP

Babcock Ntuthuko winners of Most Comprehensive Programme 2016. From left: Sofia Birkestad Svingby, SWHAP; Mpho Matshane, Gary Whalley, Phyllis Manganye all from Babcock Ntuthuko and Anna Jensen Naatikka, SWHAP

Motivations

Motivation for Most Comprehensive Award 2016

Motivation for Best Progress in Workplace Programme 2016

Motivation for Most Innovative Initiative 2016