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During the 20th Annual Fleet Forum Conference, Save the Children International (SCI) have been named as thewinner of the 2023 UPS sponsored Best Transport Achievement Award, for their ambitious Fleet Transformation Project.

Each year we receive multiple ambitious entries for the award, which means a leap forward for the originations and forthe sector as a whole. This year, the winner was selected by a jury who counted as 75% of the votes, while the viewers ofthe conference determined the other 25% of the votes during the Live Award Ceremony.

The winner was determined based on the following criteria:

  • Effectiveness and overall impact of output in the situation described.

  • Demonstrated innovative ideas and techniques.

  • Wider significance and applicability to other circumstances.

  • Collaboration and consultation with (internal) stakeholders and partners.

  • Success in overcoming technical challenges and other difficulties.

Read more in our blogposts about the winning Project for Save the Children and the 2023 Annual Conference.

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Previous Award winners:

Read about the previous winners of our Best Transport Achievement Award. 

2022 winner: ICRC for their Fleet Safety Programme. Click here to read more

2021 winner: World Food Programme with their project the Humanitarian Booking Hub. Click here to read more.

2020 winner: No conference due to Covid-19

2019 winner: United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) for the SHERP project. Click here to read more.

2018 winner: Marie Stopes International.

2017 winner: UNICEF

2016 winner: World Food Programme South Sudan

2015 winner: UNHCR

2014 winner: Oxfam

2013 winner: World Food Programme Sudan

2012 winner: Riders for Health

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