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C4C Award winners

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Photos from C4C awards ceremonies in DC, Kenya, Egypt,

Photos from C4C awards ceremonies in DC, Kenya, Egypt,

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  • Andrew Steer and EXT Vice President Cyril Mueller with Anab Garad, 3rd place winner in the Gender category of the Connect4Climate Photo & Video Competition 2011
  • EXT Vice President Cyril Mueller with Paul Ndiho of Uganda, 3rd place winner in the 25-35 Video Category of the Connect4Climate Photo & Video Competition 2011
  • Asimenye Nthakomwa, 2nd place winner of the Energy ages 25-35 category of the Connect4Climate Photo/Video Competition 2011
  • Sidi Boubacar,Deputy Head of the World Bank office in Egypt, Omar Atia, Mohamed Samad, and Nehal Hassan El Kouesny - Communications Associate. Congratulations to our competition winners in Egypt!

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  • 1. World Bank Special Envoy for Climate Change Andrew Steer and EXT Vice President Cyril Muller with Anab Garad, 3rd place winner in the Gender category of the 2011 Connect4Climate Photo & Video Competition
  • 2. EXT Vice President Cyril Muller presents a C4C solar backpack to PaulNdiho of Uganda, 3rd place video winner in the 25-35 age group of the 2011 Connect4Climate Photo & Video Competition
  • 3. Asimenye Nthakomwa of Malawi, 2nd place winner in the Energy/ 25- 35 age group category of the 2011 Connect4Climate Photo & Video Competition
  • 4. Sidi Boubacar, Deputy Head of the World Bank office in Egypt, Omar Atia (2nd place winner in the Video/13-17 age category of the 2011Connect4Climate Photo & Video Competition), Mohamed Samad, and Nehal Hassan El Kouesny, Communications Associate
  • 5. Uganda World Bank Country Manager Moustapha Ndiaye presents a solarbackpack prize to one of the Ugandan winners, Jonathan Kisakye Mayanjaat the C4C local awards ceremony held in Kampala
  • 6. Mutetelenu Kalama of Zambia, 3rd place winner in the Health/18-24 age group category of the 2011 Connect4Climate Photo & Video Competition
  • 7. Kenyan winners of the 2011 Connect4Climate Photo/Video Competition receive their prizes in Nairobi at the World Bank Kenya Country Office from Johannes Zutt, Country Director, Comoros, Eritrea, Kenya, Rwanda, Seychelles and Somalia
  • 8. The Connect4Climate team meets with Dr. Robert Laubacher of the MIT Sloan School of Management’s Climate CoLab, a C4C knowledge partner. Connect4Climate team (left to right): Leigh Vogel, Gerardo Spatuzzi, GiuliaBraga, Lana Wong, Hanna Schwing, Lucia Grenna, Simona Palummo, Umou Al- Bazzaz, and Francis Dobbs