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Africa

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Americas

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Asia-Pacific

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Europe, Mediterranean and Arab States

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Academia Britanica Cuscatleca

Aiglon College

Ajman Academy School

Al Ain English Speaking School

Al Ain International School

Al Dhafra Private School

Al Diyafah High School

Al Khor International School

Al Maha Academy for Boys

Al Sahwa Schools

Al Yasmina School LLC

Ambassador School LLC

American Academy Alumni Association

American British Academy

American School of Milan

Amnuay Silpa School

Anglo Singapore International School

Antigua & Barbuda Address:

PO Box 1301 St John’s Antigua & Barbuda

Asian Federation of Student Leaders Inc (Southville International School)

Association des Parents d’élèves de la Section Britannique du Lycée International de St Germain-en-Laye

Australia address:

Suit 3,
Level 33 Aurora Place 88 Philip Street Sydney NSW 2000

+61 02 8241 1500

Australian International Private School

Australian International School of Malaysia

Bahamas Address:

11 Patton Street Palmdale,
Nassau

(242)326-1760

Bangkok International Preparatory and Secondary School (Bangkok Prep)

Bangkok Patana School

Bangladesh address:

House-412 (Flat C),
Lane-07 (West Baridhara DOHS,
Dhaka 1206 Bangladesh

+88 02 8414344

Bellver International College

Benin Address:

01 BP1810 Cotonou Benin

229 21 05 19 81

Bermuda Address:

Richmond House 3er floor 12 Par-la-ville road Hamilton

Bischöfliches Seminar der Diözese Graz-Seckau

James Moore

Bishop Mackenzie International School

Bloom Garden School LLC

Blooms Academy (Brighton College Al Ain)

Bordeaux International School

Braeburn International School Arusha

Branksome Hall Asia

Brazil Main

1564 Centro (7,
488.63 km) 64000-080 Teresina

+55 86 3221-9012

Brighton College Dubai

Britannica International School

British College

British College of Gava

British Educational Management S.L.

British International Co Ltd (Operating as British International School, Phuket)

British International School

British International School Hanoi

British International School of Riyadh

British International School of Tbilisi

British International School Private

British International School, Abu Dhabi LLC

British School Al Khubairat

British School Manila

British School Muscat

British School of Bahrain

Thomas Shorrock

British School of Valencia

British Vietnamese International School, Hanoi - Royal City Campus

Bromsgrove International School

Bulgaria

37 Tsar Simeon Str.,
Fl. 1 1000,
Sofia

+359 888 823 920

Cambridge College

Cambridge House Community College

Cameroon Address:

National Directorate

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Cameroon Administrative Centre Former French Cooperation Building Behind Palais Des Justice

P.O. Box 1016 Yaounde Cameroon

+237 222 2222 970/670 829914/ 690 459626/ 662 514718

Campus des Nations International School of Geneva

Canada Address:

215 Niagara Street,
suite 100 Toronto ON M6J 2L2

Website

(416) 203-0674 (800) 872-3853

Canadian International School - Abu Dhabi

Canterbury School S.L.

Carla Alleyne Operations Manager

Carla Alleyne Operations Manager

Sheraton Mall,
Sargeants Village,
Christ Church

(246)436-8754

Caxton College

Cayman Islands Address

15 Emerald Lane,
Snug Harbour

1(345)925-5291

CBS, The British School of Seville

Charter International School

Children's Future International

China address:

Room 2126,
Floor 21,
Sunflower Plaza,
Maizidian Street,
Chaoyang District,
Beijing,
PRC

+86 10-8527 5588

Chisipite School Trust

Colegio Anglo Colombiano

Collège du Léman Sàrl

Compass International School Doha, Madinat Khalifa

Compass International Themaid Campus

Corporacion Educacional Saint John's School

Costeas-Geitonas School

Cote d’Ivoire Address:

Ministère de la Jeunesse et des Sports 12 BP 360 Abidjan 12 Côte d’Ivoire

225 2158 1529

Cranleigh School Abu Dhabi

Cty TNHH Giao Duc Dao Tao Ngan Ha (The ABC International School)

Cynthia Ellis Topsey

Naledo Belize LTD. 12 Clement Street,
Punta Gorda Toledo Belize

Cyprus Scouts Association

Czech Republic

Poděbradská 540/26 190 00 Praha 9 – Vysočany

+420 606 045 160

D Y Patil International School, Belgium

Da Vinci International School, Antwerp

Davy College

De La Salle College of Saint Benilde School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies

Deira International School

Denla British School

Dhahran British Grammar School

Doha British School

Doha College

Dominica Address:

14 Turkey Lane,
Rosseau

Dover Court International School

Dubai College

Dubai English Speaking College

Dubai GEM Private School

Dubai International Academy

Dubai International Academy (Al Barsha)

Dulwich College (Singapore)

Dulwich College Seoul

Eastwood International School

Eaton International School

Ecole Internationale Le Verseau - ELCE

Edron Academy

EIPACA Ecole Internationale Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur

El Limonar International School, Cognita

Elian's British School, Castellon

Emirates International School - Jumeirah

Emirates International School - Meadows

English International School Moscow (Magister)

English School Kyrenia

Epsom College in Malaysia

Erel-ESM Secondary School

Estonian Scout Association

Falcon College

Fiji address:

3 Gordon Street,
Suva,
Fiji

+679 3315960

Finland address:

PO Box 36 FIN-40701 Jyväskylä Finland

+358 50 343 1143

Foley's School

Forsan British School

Foundation of the International School of Geneva, Campus La Châtaigneraie

Fujairah Private Academy

Fundación San Patricio

Garden International School

Gateway International School (Private) Ltd.

GEMS American Academy

GEMS Cambridge International School

GEMS First Point School L.L.C

GEMS International School of Pearl City Penang

GEMS Metropole School

GEMS Modern Academy

GEMS New Millennium School Al Khail

GEMS Wellington Academy Dubai Silicon Oasis (GEMS WSO)

GEMS Wellington Academy, Al Khail

GEMS Wellington International School

GEMS World Academy Dubai BR of Premier Schools International

Geneva English School

Germany

Alte Bahnmeisterei Adelsheimer Str. 19 74706 Osterburken

+49 6291 68040

Ghana Address:

The Head of State Award Scheme – Ghana The Award Secretariat GNAT Hall Complex P. O. Box GP 13539 Accra – Ghana

+233 302 967 406/+233 242 862 719

Gibraltar

PO Box 1260 Gibraltar GX111AA

+350 200 51971

Grange School

Greenfield Community School-Dubai

Grenada Address:

Ministry of Youth & Sports Ministerial Complex Grenada

+1 473 409 1714

Guinea

Guyana Address

Haileybury Almaty Non-Profit JSC

Haileybury Astana School Non-Profit Joint Stock Company

Hands Management Co. Ltd

Harrow International School Bangkok

Hastings School

Haut-Lac International Bilingual School

Headstart International School Phuket

HELP International School

Heriot-Watt University Malaysia Sdn Bhd

Herlufsholm Skole

Hiram Bingham School

Holy Mary Secondary School S.L

Hong Kong address:

Nos. 301-309,
3/F,
Lai Kwai Hse.,
Lai Kok Est.,
Cheung Sha Wan,
Kowloon,
Hong Kong (852) 2157 8600

+852 2157 8600

Horizon International Bilingual School

Horizon International School

Hua Hin International School

Hull's School

India address:

First Floor,
86/1 Shahpur Jat,
August Kranti Marg,
New Delhi – 110049,
INDIA (Near Asian Games Village)

+91 11 41087062

Indian School Salalah

Indonesia address:

Registered Office: Pondok Indah Office Tower 3,
17th Floor Jl. Sultan Iskandar Muda Kav. V-TA,
Jakarta Selatan 12310

Award Hub: Jl. Brawijaya Raya No. 15,
Jakarta Selatan 12160

+6221 2965 9021

Insde S.L.U. Colegio San Patricio el Soto

Institut Florimont

Institut International de Lancy

Institute Le Rosey

International College Spain

International School

International School at Sotogrande S.L.

International School Brunei

International School of Basel

International School of Geneva La Grande Boissiere

International School of Koje

International School of Laos

International School of Monaco

International School of Paphos

International School of Tanganyika

International School Rheintal

International School Savremena

Ireland address:

Ratra House North Road Phoenix Park Dublin 8 Ireland D08 YD62

+353 1 6171 999

Israel address:

48 HaNamal Street,
Haifa,
Israel

+972 4 8275290

Ivy Collegiate Academy

Jamaica Address:

2 Up Park Camp Road Cadet headquarters,
Kingston

1(876)322-0585

Jebel Ali School

Jeddah Prep and Grammar School

Jerudong International School

Jordan address:

PO Box 840908 Amman 11181 Jordan

+962 6 535 6687

JSS International School

Jumeira Baccalaureate School

Jumeirah College

Jumeirah English Speaking School

Kang Chiao International School

Kang Chiao International School - Linkou Campus

Kent College LLC-FZ

Kenya Address:

15 Elgon Road,
Upper Hill,
P.O. Box 62185,
00200 Nairobi.

254 722 714122,254 787 419325, 254 20 2714829/30

Kinabalu International School

King Richard III College

King's College Alicante

King's College School S.A.

Kings College Murcia SL

Kings International School

Kings School Al Barsha

KIS International School

Kuwait English School

Kuwait National English School

La Côte International School

Lanna International School

Latvia address:

Strūgu iela 4 Rīga LV-1003 Latvia

LAUDE, The Lady Elizabeth School

Lesotho Address:

School Supply Unit,
Selakhapane near ECOL Centre,
Khubetsoana,
Berea,
Lesotho. P. O. Box 47 Maseru 100,
Lesotho

+266 5762 2277

Leysin American School

Life Makers Organization- Egypt

Lithuania

Lietuvos vaikų ir jaunimo centras (LVJC) Konstitucijos av. 25 08105 Vilnius

00370 673 60335

Luxembourg address:

Forum Campus Geesseknäppchen 40,
bd Pierre Dupong L-1430 Luxembourg

(+352) 2604-2224

Lyceum Alpinum Zuoz AG

Macau address:

Avenida de Sidónio Pais,
nº1-1B,
Edf,
Tung Hei Kok,
3º andar“A”,
Macau

+853 28701331

Madagascar Address:

Lot II H 35 DYA Ankadindramamy Antananarivo – 101 Madagascar

261 324 731 555

Malaysia

Ministry of Youth and Sports Malaysia Level 12 KBS Tower,
No. 25 Persiaran Perdana Precinct 4,
Federal Government Administrative Center 62570 Putrajaya

+6038871 3000

Malta address:

Ewropa House Dun Karm Street B’Kara Bypass B’Kara BKR9034

+356 23456880

Malvern College Egypt

Markham College

Marlborough College Malaysia

Mauritius

Level 8,
Citadelle Mall,
Cnr Louis Pasteur & Sir Vigil Naz Streets,
Port Louis 11405,
Republic of Mauritius

+230 206 1555

MH Med High Ltd

Modern English School Cairo

Morna International College

National Institute of Technology

Nepal address:

Jawalakhel-3,
Lalipur,
Nepal

+977 01 555 1646 +977 9841 462559

Netherlands address:

c/o Stichting The International Award for Young People,
The Netherlands St. Annastraat 20 5025 KB Tilburg The Netherlands

(+31) 06 4349 0446

New Cairo British International School

New English School - Kuwait

New School Association

New Zealand Aotearoa address:

Office: Pelorus Trust Sportshouse,
93 Hutt Park Road,
Seaview,
Lower Hutt 5010 mailing address: PO Box 38 189,
Wellington Mail Centre,
Lower Hutt 504

+64 0800 69 29 27

Newton International Academy

Nexus International School (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.

Nexus International School, Putrajaya

Nigeria Address:

Block 8,
Plot 6,
Wumego Crescent,
Off Christ Avenue,
Lekki Phase 1,
Lagos State,
Nigeria

+234 1 453 6631, +234 811 286 1033

NIST International School

Nord Anglia International School Al Khor

Nord Anglia International School Dubai

North London Collegiate School Dubai

North London Collegiate School Jeju

One Step Further Ltd

Oryx International School

Our Own English High School, Sharjah (Boys' Branch)

Pakistan address:

ZVM Rangoonwala Community Centre,
Dhoraji Colony,
Karachi-74800,
Pakistan

+977 01 5551646

Panyaden International School

Park City - Brighton Education SDN BHD

Park House English School

Pascal Education (Larnaca) Ltd

Peterhouse School

Portugal address:

c/o Associação do Prémio Infante D. Henrique Rua Duques de Bragança no. 5A Lisboa 1200-162 Portugal

(+351) 21 343 04 97

Prince of Wales Island International School

Private British School Aspire

Private International English School

Qatar Academy Wakra

Qatar International School

Queen's College Bonanova English School S.L

Raffles International School

Raffles World Academy

Ranum Efterskole College

Ras Al Khaimah Academy

Regent International School

Regents International School Pattaya

Repton Dubai

Repton School LLC

Romania address:

c/o Fundatia The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Romania Street Iona Voda Viteazul No 21,
Sector 4 Bucharest 040813 Romania

0268 545 953

Ruamrudee International School

Rugby School Thailand

Runnymede College SA, British International School

Rwanda Address:

Rygaards Skole International and Danish Departments

Safa Community School

San Silvestre School AC

Sandford International School

Saudi Arabian International School - Riyadh (Multinational Section)

Scholars International Academy

Seisen International School

SEK Catalunya International School, Barcelona

SEK Ciudalcampo International School

SEK International School Alborán Almería

SEK International School El Castillo

SEK Les Alpes

Sekolah Antarabangsa Lodge (Lodge International School)

Senegal

Seychelles Address:

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Seychelles,
Oceangate House Annex,
Room 145 and 146,
Victoria,
Mahe,
Seychelles

+248 4325555 EXT 210

Sharjah English School

Sherborne Qatar

Showa Women's University (DBA: The British School in Tokyo Showa)

Shrewsbury International School Bangkok

Sierra Leone Address:

National Youth Award National Stadium Main Bowl Room 32 and 33 Brookfields Freetown Sierra Leone

232 7666 2553

Sigtuna Skolstiftelse

Silverline Private School

Singapore International School of Bangkok

Slovakia

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Slovensko,
o.z. Štúrova 3,
811 02 Bratislava

(+421) 917 860 777

Slovenia address:

MEPI- Mednarodno priznanje za mlade Litostrojska cesta 52,
1000 Ljubljana

+386 (0) 1 58 99 844

Solomon Islands address:

Suit 3,
Level 33 Aurora Place 88 Philip Street Sydney NSW 2000

+61 02 8241 1500

South Africa

Postal Address: Postnet Suite 012,
Private Bag X81,
Halfway House,
Midrand
Physical Address: 54 Peter Place,
Block F,
Duma House,
Bryanston
Phone: +2787 330 1017

+27 46 622 7273

South Hill School

South Korea

: Korea Youth Work Agency (KYWA) Youth Work Management Dept. 5th F/L Jinyang B/D 47 Kyeonggi-daero,
Seodaemun-gu Seoul,
Korea

+82 2 330 2800

Spectrum International School

Sri KDU Sdn Bhd (Sri KDU International School)

Sri KDU Secondary School

Sri Lanka

National Youth Awards Division of the National Youth Service Council (Ministry of National Policies and Economic Affairs) 65 High Level Road Maharagama Sri Lanka

94112896563

St Andrews International School Bangna

St Catherine's British School

St Christopher's School

Thomas Shorrock

St George College

St George's School Madrid

St John's International School ASBL

St Joseph’s Institution International School

St Lawrence College, Athens

St Louis School SLS S.r.l

St Paul's

St Stephen's International School, Bangkok

St. Andrew's International High School

St. Constantine's International School

St. George's British School

St. George's School

St. George's School SRL

St. Helena Address:

Silver Oak,
Sapper Way,
St. Helena Island,
STHL 1ZZ

29024333

St. Lucia Address:

P.O. Box 546,
Castries

1(758)715-8350

St. Paul's College

St. Vincent & The Grenadines Address:

SVG National Award Authority P.O Box 2164,
Kingstown St. Vincent & the Grenadines

784 496 4862

Stafford Sri Lankan School - Doha

Stalford Academy

Straits International School

Sudan

Sunmarke School

Surval Montreux SA

Swans International School

Swiss International School In Qatar

Taaleem Management LLC (Dubai British School)

Taipei European School

Tanglin Trust School

Taylor's International School, Kuala Lumpur

Tenby International School

Tenby Ipoh International School

Tenby World Sdn Bhd

The Alice Smith School Association

The Antwerp International School vzw

The British International School Co. Ltd

The British International School Jeddah

The British International School of Stavanger

The British International School of Stockholm

The British International School Society

The British International School, Budapest

The British School Costa Rica

The British School in Colombo

The British School of Barcelona

The British School of Brussels

The British School of Kuala Lumpur Sdn Bhd

The British School of Kuwait

The British School of Milan S.R.L.

The British School of Paris

The British School of Tashkent

The British School Quito

The British school Rio

The British school Rio

Sara Pont coordinator

The British School SP. Z.O.O.

The British School Yangon

The British School, Alexandria

The English Academy

The English College, Dubai

The English School Nicosia

The Gambia

PO Box 2659 Serrekunda The Gambia

+220 496 541

The Gulf English School

The Heritage Private School

The International School of Brussels

The International School of Catalunya S.L.

The International School of Lausanne

The International School of Zug and Luzern

The Learning Centre, Peyia Ltd

The Olympus Academy

The Overseas School of Colombo

The Regent's School - Rama 9

The Sansepolcro Youth Foundation

The School of Research Science

The Sheffield Private School

The Sheikh Zayed Private Academy for Girls

The Sultan's School

The Winchester School, Jebel Ali

Thien Huong Education JSC (BVIS- HCMC)

Togo Address:

CB45 Rue des Cactus/Rue 5 Résidence du Benin BP 20050 Lome Togo

+228 909 8062

Traidhos Three-Generation Community for Learning

Traill International School

Trinidad & Tobago Address:

Narine Trace via Frederick Street Curepe Trinidad and Tobago,
West Indies

+1 868 663-6158

TTC School – Global Tay Ninh, Vietnam

Tunku Putra School

Turkey address:

Kazım Özalp Mah. Koza Cad. No: 26 Çankaya / Ankara

(+90) 312 441 70 87

Uganda Address:

Theater House ,
Suit F4,
Plot 5 Dewinton Road,
P.O. BOX 2757 Kampala ,
Uganda

+256 393 265 133

United Kingdom address:

Head Office The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award,
Gulliver House,
Madeira Walk,
Windsor,
Berkshire,
SL4 1EU

01753 727400

United World College East Africa (UWCEA)

United World College South East Asia Dover Campus (UWCSEA)

Uptown School

USA Address:

53 West Jackson Bulevard,
suite 1742 Chicago ILL

1(312)763-2087

UWC Thailand International School

Varee Chiang Mai International School

Victoria English School

Vienna International School

Wesgreen Private International School

Westlake International School

Yokohama International School

Zambia Address:

c/o Ministry of Youth & Sport – CYP University of Zambia Great East Road Campus P.O. Box 30190 Lusaka

+260 211 281594

Φίλοι της Φύσης, Κύπρο (Friends of Nature, Cyprus)

Benin

The Award in Benin started in 1990. The Programme in Benin focuses on young people in rural communities and has approximately 13,000 participants.

Benin Address:

01 BP1810 Cotonou Benin

229 21 05 19 81

Cameroon

The Award was introduced to Cameroon in 1988, thanks to CONFEJES, the Conference of Youth and Sports Ministers of French Speaking Countries.

Cameroon Address:

National Directorate

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Cameroon Administrative Centre Former French Cooperation Building Behind Palais Des Justice

P.O. Box 1016 Yaounde Cameroon

+237 222 2222 970/670 829914/ 690 459626/ 662 514718

Cote d’Ivoire

Côte d'Ivoire has been running the Award since 1990. Many participants are ex-combatants and young victims of the civil war. It is run by the Ministry for Youth & Sports.

Cote d’Ivoire Address:

Ministère de la Jeunesse et des Sports 12 BP 360 Abidjan 12 Côte d’Ivoire

225 2158 1529

Ethiopia

The Award in Ethiopia is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Ethiopia, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Etheridge
James Etheridge
Operations Manager james.etheridge@intaward.org

Sandford International School

Ghana

The Award was introduced in Ghana in 1967. Since its introduction, successive Heads of State have acted as Chief Patrons and more than 180,000 young Ghanaians have participated in the Award. It has challenged and equipped many more with the skills and experiences they need as individuals to succeed in life, bringing together practical experiences and life skills to create committed global citizens and equipping young people for life. The ambition of the Award in Ghana is to grow its participation rate from 0.1% to 2% of Ghana’s youth population by 2020.

Ghana Address:

The Head of State Award Scheme – Ghana The Award Secretariat GNAT Hall Complex P. O. Box GP 13539 Accra – Ghana

+233 302 967 406/+233 242 862 719

Guinea

Guinea

Kenya

The President’s Award-Kenya (PA-K) is an exciting self-development and character building programme available to all young people across the country. The Programme supports young people to contribute meaningfully to community, national and global development priorities. Currently the Award is delivered in learning Institutions, Prisons, Borstal/Correctional centers, youth groups, faith based organisations, uniformed disciplines as well to individual young people. The Programme also focuses on integrating categories of young persons with disabilities and from disadvantaged communities into society. It was launched in Kenya in 1966 by the Founding Father of the Nation, Mzee Jomo Kenyatta, being the Patron. The Award is a member of the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Association and registered as a State Corporation in Kenya.

Kenya Address:

15 Elgon Road,
Upper Hill,
P.O. Box 62185,
00200 Nairobi.

254 722 714122,254 787 419325, 254 20 2714829/30

Lesotho

The Award Programme in Lesotho is known as the Prince Mohato Award Scheme. It was adopted through Fr. Tobias Seeiso Mariti of Oblate Mary Immaculate (OMI) and officially launched on 4th October 1976 by Her Majesty Queen Mamohato Bereng Seeiso and named it after His Majesty King Letsie III who was Prince Mohato Bereng Seeiso then, He later became the Patron. The Prince Mohato Award Scheme operates with the aim of building young people’s character. This is to enable them to become responsible citizens in their communities and to Basotho society at large. The Programme has been able to nurture young people who have become leaders and innovators and are making significant contributions to the country.

Lesotho Address:

School Supply Unit,
Selakhapane near ECOL Centre,
Khubetsoana,
Berea,
Lesotho. P. O. Box 47 Maseru 100,
Lesotho

+266 5762 2277

Madagascar

Madagascar began operating the Award in the mid 1990s. There are currently around 6,000 participants.

Madagascar Address:

Lot II H 35 DYA Ankadindramamy Antananarivo – 101 Madagascar

261 324 731 555

Malawi

The Award in Malawi is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Malawi, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Etheridge
James Etheridge
Operations Manager james.etheridge@intaward.org

Locations

Mauritius

The Award started in 1966 in Mauritius. The Ministry of Youth and Sports is the Licence Holder and the Patron is HE The President of the Republic. Participation is free and open to all young people of the Republic. Adult Volunteers are trained, free of charge, to be Leaders and Supervisors and Assessors.

Mauritius

Level 8,
Citadelle Mall,
Cnr Louis Pasteur & Sir Vigil Naz Streets,
Port Louis 11405,
Republic of Mauritius

+230 206 1555

Morocco

The Award in Morocco is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Morocco, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Etheridge
James Etheridge
Operations Manager james.etheridge@intaward.org

British International School Private

Namibia

The Award in Namibia is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Namibia, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Etheridge
James Etheridge
Operations Manager james.etheridge@intaward.org

St. Paul's College

Nigeria

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award (The Award) was introduced to Nigeria in the 1970s when it was referred to as The Nigerian National Youth Award (NNYA). However in 2014, the Award in Nigeria was revamped and now operates under the name The International Award for Young People Nigeria. Through participating in the Award, Thousands of young Nigerians are stepping outside their comfort zone and become positive agents of change, both for themselves and their wider communities.  It allows them to develop the skills they need to step confidently into the world of today and tomorrow. Since 2014, more than 5,000 14-24 year olds participate in the Award every year and our ambition is that every young Nigerian has the opportunity to get involved.

Nigeria Address:

Block 8,
Plot 6,
Wumego Crescent,
Off Christ Avenue,
Lekki Phase 1,
Lagos State,
Nigeria

+234 1 453 6631, +234 811 286 1033

Rwanda

The Award in Rwanda is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Rwanda, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Rwanda Address:

Senegal

Senegal

Seychelles

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Seychelles formerly known as The President’s Award Programme was re-launched in the country in the year 2000 and is licensed by the IAF to operate the Award Programme in its location. As a National Award Operator the DofE Seychelles is embedded in government and has an eleven member governance Board of trustees Chaired by The Principal Secretary for Youth and Sports Department in the Designated Minister’s Office. The National Secretariat is situated in the middle of Victoria, the capital city and is comprised of five Youth workers inclusive of the National Director.  DofE Seychelles is actively striving to push the development of young people and the national development strategy further forward through our non-formal education tool that is the Award programme. Currently DofE Seychelles is the IC representative of the Indian Ocean Sub-Region.

Seychelles Address:

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Seychelles,
Oceangate House Annex,
Room 145 and 146,
Victoria,
Mahe,
Seychelles

+248 4325555 EXT 210

Sierra Leone

The Award was launched in Sierra Leone in 1977. It was initially run by the government, although later became independent. In recent years, the Award in Sierra Leone has targeted young people who became caught up in the civil war as child soldiers.

Sierra Leone Address:

National Youth Award National Stadium Main Bowl Room 32 and 33 Brookfields Freetown Sierra Leone

232 7666 2553

South Africa

The President's Award for Youth Empowerment The Award in South Africa is known as The President's Award for Youth Empowerment and in 2018 celebrated its 35th Anniversary operating in South Africa. Nelson Mandela was the Founding Patron-in-Chief; President Cyril Ramaphosa is the Patron-in Chief and Archbishop Desmond Tutu is Patron since 1983. There are more than 55,000 active participants in South Africa. The Award is delivered through Independent and Government Schools, Tertiary Institutions, Residential Youth Care Facilities, Correctional Centres, Secure Care Centres, Community Based Organisations, Faith Based Organisations and is also available to individuals.

South Africa

Postal Address: Postnet Suite 012,
Private Bag X81,
Halfway House,
Midrand
Physical Address: 54 Peter Place,
Block F,
Duma House,
Bryanston
Phone: +2787 330 1017

+27 46 622 7273

St. Helena

St. Helena is a small island in the South Atlantic Ocean. We have a population of about 4500 people with an amount of roughly 366 young people between the age of 14 and 24. Our committee consists of a very small group of people who are committed to and passionate about the well being and positivity of the young people of our island.

St. Helena Address:

Silver Oak,
Sapper Way,
St. Helena Island,
STHL 1ZZ

29024333

Sudan

The Award in Sudan is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Sudan, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Sudan

Tanzania

The Award in Tanzania is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Tanzania, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Etheridge
James Etheridge
Operations Manager james.etheridge@intaward.org

Locations

The Gambia

The Gambia

PO Box 2659 Serrekunda The Gambia

+220 496 541

Togo

Togo Address:

CB45 Rue des Cactus/Rue 5 Résidence du Benin BP 20050 Lome Togo

+228 909 8062

Uganda

To quote Sir Winston Churchill, “For magnificence, for variety of form and colour, for profusion of brilliant life…Uganda truly is the Pearl of Africa”. The country is located astride the equator between the two arms of the great African Rift Valley and between the Elgon Mountains to the East and The Rwenzori – Mountains of the Moon to the West. It is bordered by Kenya to the East, Tanzania to the South, Rwanda to the South West, Democratic Republic of Congo to the West and South Sudan to the North. Uganda is a country of diversities and unique landscape. It’s conducive business and social culture make it one of the preferred destinations for many international visitors. The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Uganda was launched in 1995 under the title ‘Source of the Nile Award’, the programme has grown to be delivered in the Central, Midwest, Eastern and Northern regions of Uganda reach 22 of the 134 Districts and Impacting on the lives of over 100,000 young people. The programme is delivered in Public and Private schools, higher Institutions of learning and through partner Youth Focused Organisations.

Uganda Address:

Theater House ,
Suit F4,
Plot 5 Dewinton Road,
P.O. BOX 2757 Kampala ,
Uganda

+256 393 265 133

Zambia

The Award in Zambia is called The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award – Zambia is supported by the Ministry of Sports, Youth and Child Development and the Ministry of Education.

Zambia Address:

c/o Ministry of Youth & Sport – CYP University of Zambia Great East Road Campus P.O. Box 30190 Lusaka

+260 211 281594

Zimbabwe

The Award in Zimbabwe is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Zimbabwe, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Etheridge
James Etheridge
Operations Manager james.etheridge@intaward.org

Locations

Antigua & Barbuda

The Award was introduced to Antigua and Barbuda in the 1970s, but became dormant during the late 80s. In the 1990s it was resurrected by the Defence Force. The re-established National Award Authority became a member of the Association in 2000.

Antigua & Barbuda Address:

PO Box 1301 St John’s Antigua & Barbuda

Argentina

The Award in Argentina is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Argentina, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Maria Hudson
Maria Hudson
Operations Officer maria.hudson@intaward.org

St George College

Bahamas

The Duke of Edinburgh's Award was restarted in the Bahamas in 1987 but changed its name to The Governor General's Youth Award in 1996. The Award is delivered via 43 units, including eight Bahamian family islands. Since the Award was reintroduced in the Bahamas, more than 8,000 young people have taken up the challenge.

Bahamas Address:

11 Patton Street Palmdale,
Nassau

(242)326-1760

Barbados

The Award was introduced in Barbados in 1963, through the Council for Voluntary Social Services. The Barbados Award hosted the 8th International Forum in 2003, which coincided with its 40th anniversary. Barbados will host the Caribbean Award Sub-regional Council (CASC) Adventurous Journey in 2013. You can find all the forms in the Resources section of the website.

Carla Alleyne Operations Manager

Carla Alleyne Operations Manager

Sheraton Mall,
Sargeants Village,
Christ Church

(246)436-8754

Belize

Maria Hudson
Maria Hudson
Operations Officer maria.hudson@intaward.org

Locations

Bermuda

In 1967 the Award was launched in Bermuda. The programme was adopted by the school system in 1975 and has flourished there with around 20% of the student population participating. The Award is run through nine operators.

Bermuda Address:

Richmond House 3er floor 12 Par-la-ville road Hamilton

Bolivia

The Award in Bolivia is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Bolivia, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Maria Hudson
Maria Hudson
Operations Officer maria.hudson@intaward.org

Cambridge College

Brazil

Locations

Canada

The Award started in Canada in 1963 and currently over 50,000 young Canadians are actively enrolled. The Award operates in all 10 Provinces and 3 Territories and strives to provide a programme that any young Canadian can do, regardless of socio, economic or physical circumstance. Since its inception in Canada, over 500,000 Canadians have been motivated to participate in the Award.

Canada Address:

215 Niagara Street,
suite 100 Toronto ON M6J 2L2

Website

(416) 203-0674 (800) 872-3853

Cayman Islands

The Award arrived in the Cayman Islands in 1968, when a pilot programme was launched in the Girls' Brigade.

Cayman Islands Address

15 Emerald Lane,
Snug Harbour

1(345)925-5291

Chile

The Award in Chile is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Chile, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Maria Hudson
Maria Hudson
Operations Officer maria.hudson@intaward.org

Locations

Colombia

The Award in Colombia is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Colombia, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Maria Hudson
Maria Hudson
Operations Officer maria.hudson@intaward.org

Colegio Anglo Colombiano

Costa Rica

The Award in Costa Rica is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Costa Rica, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Maria Hudson
Maria Hudson
Operations Officer maria.hudson@intaward.org

The British School Costa Rica

Dominica

The Award has been in existence in Dominica for over 30 years. Over the past six years, the Award structure has grown, and the National Award Authority is now a registered Non-Governmental Organisation.

Dominica Address:

14 Turkey Lane,
Rosseau

Ecuador

The Award in Ecuador is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Ecuador, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Maria Hudson
Maria Hudson
Operations Officer maria.hudson@intaward.org

The British School Quito

El Salvador

The Award in El Salvador is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in El Salvador, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Maria Hudson
Maria Hudson
Operations Officer maria.hudson@intaward.org

Academia Britanica Cuscatleca

Grenada

The Award Programme in Grenada is small, but well-established, having been in existence for nearly 50 years. It launched in 1959, only three years after the Award in the UK.

Grenada Address:

Ministry of Youth & Sports Ministerial Complex Grenada

+1 473 409 1714

Guyana

Guyana Address

Jamaica

The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award - Jamaica became a National Award Operator and full member of the Association in 2000. The Award has been introduced into all secondary schools in the country, with the support of the government.

Jamaica Address:

2 Up Park Camp Road Cadet headquarters,
Kingston

1(876)322-0585

Mexico

The Award in Mexico is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Mexico, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Maria Hudson
Maria Hudson
Operations Officer maria.hudson@intaward.org

Edron Academy

Panama

The Award in Panama is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Panama, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Maria Hudson
Maria Hudson
Operations Officer maria.hudson@intaward.org

Kings International School

Peru

The Award in Peru is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Peru, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Maria Hudson
Maria Hudson
Operations Officer maria.hudson@intaward.org

Locations

St. Lucia

The Award Programme was started in 1968 by the Principal of the St Mary's College, Brother Marcus O' Donovan, who was the first Chairman. The Award currently operates in 15 Award unit groups.

St. Lucia Address:

P.O. Box 546,
Castries

1(758)715-8350

St. Vincent & The Grenadines

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award, St. Vincent and the Grenadines is an NGO. The Award Programme in St Vincent and the Grenadines started in 1972. The National Award Authority (SVG) is responsible for the programme in SVG which can be delivered through schools, uniformed and non-uniformed organisations, employers, social clubs, prisons, religious organisations, sports club and other organisations. Presently most of our participants are through Cadets, Girl Guides, Scouts and a small group of independents.

SVG hosted the first ever CASC Adventurous Journey in the Caribbean in 1980 since then hosted the following CASC and IGAT as follows; 1981, 1983, 1986, 1987 (IGAT), 1993, 2003, 2014

Since its thousands of young people have completed their award and many leaders have been involved in the programme. We are on a drive to expand the programme to young people in schools and non uniformed organisations and reach many at risk youths.

St. Vincent & The Grenadines Address:

SVG National Award Authority P.O Box 2164,
Kingstown St. Vincent & the Grenadines

784 496 4862

Trinidad & Tobago

The Award began in Trinidad and Tobago in 1964 with a pilot project with the members of the Cadet Force. The President's Award is a member of the Caribbean Award Scheme Council and will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2014.

Trinidad & Tobago Address:

Narine Trace via Frederick Street Curepe Trinidad and Tobago,
West Indies

+1 868 663-6158

Turks & Caicos

United States of America

Young people have been participating in The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award in the United States of America (USA) since 2006. With over 43 million young people in the USA between the ages of 14 – 24 years old, the potential reach and impact of The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award programme is extensive. The ambition of the Award in the USA is to reach 500,000 young people, one percent of the population of young people in the USA, by the year 2026. In order to meet our goal and transform the lives of young people across the USA, we aim to form collaborative partnerships with established youth organisations. We will engage with dedicated and highly skilled volunteers and we will work with the strategic support of individual and corporate stakeholders. If you are interested in delivering the Award in the USA, or supporting us to expand the Award to more young people, please contact us on the details below

USA Address:

53 West Jackson Bulevard,
suite 1742 Chicago ILL

1(312)763-2087

Australia

The Award was introduced in Australia by Sir Adrian Curlewis in 1959. Australia became a member of the International Forum in 1961, and Sri Curlewis was appointed National Coordinator of the Award in Australia by HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh in 1962. Australia was a founding member of the International Award Association in 1988 (the inaugural meeting being held in Brisbane), makes Australia the oldest Award operator outside the UK. The National Award Operator in a non-government organisation that licences an organisation in each state and territory to management the Award locally.

The Award in Australia is privileged to receive patronage of the Governor General of Australia, and currently operates in all eight States and Territories with over 300,000 young Australians completing their Award since 1959.

The Award continues to grow and gain popularity in Australia as the NAO continues to develop strategic partnerships within the Sport, Tertirary Education and Employment sectors, launching their Duke of Ed Employer project and Duke4Sport Programme in 2017 and 2018 respectively. These initiatives have contributed significantly to raising the profile of the Award in Australia.

Since inception in 1959, over 775,000 young Australians have participated in the Award. The NAO has also fully funded over 4,000 disadvantaged youth to take part in the Award to date. As of 2018, the most popular activities for Voluntary Service, Physical Recreation, Skill and Adventurous Journey were: Library Assistance, Soccer, Cooking and Trailing Hiking, respectively.

Approximately 26,000 young people register to do the Award each year, and Australia hopes to double this number by 2023. Today, approximately 800,000 young Australians have completed their Award.

Australia address:

Suit 3,
Level 33 Aurora Place 88 Philip Street Sydney NSW 2000

+61 02 8241 1500

Bangladesh

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Foundation Bangladesh is an initiative of six national and multinational organizations to bring the world’s leading youth achievement Award, The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award” to Bangladesh. The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Foundation Bangladesh is a non-profit organization that administers the Award in Bangladesh. On 20 August 2008, the former British High Commissioner to Bangladesh HE Mr. Stephen Evans initiated the programme in Dhaka for the students of 12 leading educational institutions. Within the first month 460 students enrolled in the Award and started their journey towards exploring a better self. Since the inception more than 23000 students from institutions across Dhaka, Chittagong, Khulna, Mymensingh, Rangpur, Rajshahi, Sylhet have enrolled for the Award. To date, over 2,000 young Bangladeshis have achieved an Award. The NAO celebrated their 10th anniversary in 2019 and was attended by the Md. Zahid Ahsan Russel MP, State Minister, Ministry of Youth and Sports and the International Award Foundation’s Secretary General John May.

The NAO proudly partners with a range of schools, uniformed organisations NGOs and universities to deliver the Award, including the nation’s most prestigious university—the University of Dhaka. There are approximately 900 adult volunteers supporting to deliver the Award from over 90 licensed Award Centres in Bangladesh.

There is over 2,000 young people actively taking on an Award challenge at any time in Bangladesh, with a similar number of new Award participants enrolling annually. In 2018, 1,936 Awards were gained across bronze, silver and gold.

Bangladesh address:

House-412 (Flat C),
Lane-07 (West Baridhara DOHS,
Dhaka 1206 Bangladesh

+88 02 8414344

Brunei

The Award in Brunei is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Brunei, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Lucy Welch
Lucy Welch
Operations Manager Lucy.Welch@intaward.org

Locations

Cambodia

The Award in Cambodia is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Cambodia, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Lucy Welch
Lucy Welch
Operations Manager Lucy.Welch@intaward.org

Children's Future International

China

The Award in mainland China has been operating since 1985, initially with the support from the All China Youth Federation. Since then, the Award has grown steadily delivered to more and more young people in China. To meet the growing demand of Chinese speaking young people wanting to undertake the Award, a National Award Operator (NAO), The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award – China (officially registered as Beijing Intaward International Culture Development Company Limited), was established in 2019, operating as a Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprise (WFOE).

In 2020, China will be hosting a series of high-profile events to celebrate the launch of the new entity and the success of the Award and the achievements of young people in China.

Currently in China, there are over 2,200 young people participating in the Award supported by over 70 licenced Award Centres and is working hard to see the Award become available for all young people in China.

China address:

Room 2126,
Floor 21,
Sunflower Plaza,
Maizidian Street,
Chaoyang District,
Beijing,
PRC

+86 10-8527 5588

Fiji

The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award in Fiji was established in 1988 and is currently operated by the Ministry of Youth and Sports. The NAO support approximately 800 young Fijians to take on the Award each year with over 1,000 active participants at any time.

The Ministry has four Divisional Offices for Central and Eastern (Suva), Western (Lautoka) and Northern (Labasa), providing young people access to the Award around the country, and as of 2019 there are 74 Award Centres spread throughout the islands.

The NAO is proudly increasing the number of at-risk youths who are able to access the Award by partnering with diverse delivery partners, such as the Natokowaqa Pygmies Youth Club, which was made possible through the IAF’s Three Funds Special Projects grants scheme. ‘Pygmies was formed by two reformed prisoners who are passionate about helping transform problem youth so that they can buid their capacities to create pathways for self-employment and a better life. Over 35 young people have completed their Award through Pygmies since the initiative started.

Fiji address:

3 Gordon Street,
Suva,
Fiji

+679 3315960

Hong Kong SAR

The Hong Kong Award for Young People (HKAYP), formally known as the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, is one of the most established youth development programmes in Hong Kong and has developed a strong reputation for success since it was established in 1961. The AYP operates as a registered NGO in Hong Kong and with its unique international principles, cultivates youngsters with perseverance and the spirit of self-challenge and development.

HKAYP is honoured to have the Chief Executive of HKSAR as the Patron of the Award in Hong Kong and is supported by the government and a diverse Award Council who are engaged, passionate and committed to seeing the Award continue to thrive in Hong Kong.

In 2021, Hong Kong will celebrate it’s 60th year of success and is currently developing the world’s largest Duke of Edinburgh Training Centre in Taipo. Each year AYP hosts a range of exciting events, such as the Rogaine Challenge, Charity Golf Day and international exchange programmes.

In 2018 there were over 5,400 young people who started their Awards from over 700 different organisations, including schools, correctional facilities, universities, uniform groups and other youth community groups.

Hong Kong address:

Nos. 301-309,
3/F,
Lai Kwai Hse.,
Lai Kok Est.,
Cheung Sha Wan,
Kowloon,
Hong Kong (852) 2157 8600

+852 2157 8600

India

The Award Programme was introduced in India in 1962 with a view to encouraging young people in the country to achieve their full growth potential within the framework of Indian society, to improve their moral, social and intellectual well-being, to ‘Equip them for Life’. In 1966 it was taken up by the Indian Public Schools Conference, when a number of schools made a start with the Programme. Currently students from over 240 institutions all over India participate in the Award Programme. The focus of the Award was renewed with the establishment of The Award Programme Foundation, a Public Charitable Trust registered in Bombay, in 1989 to function as the cradle organization for the Programme. A National Constitution was adopted on 1st March 1994. In 2012, following the One Award Alliance, the Zones were disbanded and the Award Programme is now being brought to the young people of India through an integrated delivery mechanism.

As of 2019, over 100,000 young people have successfully gained their Awards. The Indian Award, now known as the International Award for Young People, India (IAYP) is a Non-Government Organisation (NGO) with support from the corporate sector. It is a full member of the The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Association. More than 30,000 participants are currently undertaking the Programme in India.

India address:

First Floor,
86/1 Shahpur Jat,
August Kranti Marg,
New Delhi – 110049,
INDIA (Near Asian Games Village)

+91 11 41087062

Indonesia

The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award has a long and rich history in Indonesia and has been known under several different names, such as Adinugerah Internasional and IAYP Indonesia. Since it was first established in 1993, the Award has challenged, inspired and helped develop over 10,000 young people in Indonesia. In 2019, The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award – Indonesia (registered as PT DOE Intaward Indonesia), was established as a National Award Operator (NAO) to better service and support the Award in Indonesia.

PT DOE Intaward Indonesia operates as a social franchise working to challenge young Indonesians to dream big, celebrate their achievements and make a difference in their world. It aims to bring as many young people as possible to undertake their Award regardless of their ethnicity, race, religion and ability. The NAO is governed by a very engaged and diverse board of directors and advisors and has a highly skilled team of staff to support delivery partners in both Bahasa Indonesia and English. Indonesia has been successful in increasing access to the Award in implementing projects to reach some of the most marginalised and at-risk young people in the country.

In 2018, over 1600 young people participated in the Award, delivered by 25 different organisations including schools, NGOs and uniform groups. This number is rapidly growing to reach more and more young people in Indonesia.

Indonesia address:

Registered Office: Pondok Indah Office Tower 3,
17th Floor Jl. Sultan Iskandar Muda Kav. V-TA,
Jakarta Selatan 12310

Award Hub: Jl. Brawijaya Raya No. 15,
Jakarta Selatan 12160

+6221 2965 9021

Japan

The Award in Japan is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Japan, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Lucy Welch
Lucy Welch
Operations Manager Lucy.Welch@intaward.org

Locations

Laos

The Award in Laos is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Laos, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Lucy Welch
Lucy Welch
Operations Manager Lucy.Welch@intaward.org

International School of Laos

Macau SAR

The International Award for Young People Association of Macau SAR China (MAYP), was introduced in 2002. In the past, thanks to the care and support of the Macao Special Administrative Region Government and enthusiasts, schools and parents from all walks of life, 30 executive offices have been set up. Over the years, the cumulative number of participants has exceeded 3,900, from several primary schools, secondary schools and junior colleges, and youth service organisations.

The Association has organized more than 20 volunteer trainings and special series of activities each year in the area of patriotic education. They have helped organise activities such as the Summer Camp for the Small Soldiers and the Chinese People's Livelihood, to strengthen the awareness and understanding of young people in the motherland. They have also aided middle school students and university students in interacting with young people from other countries in the field, sending representatives to attend the Asia-Pacific and international conferences of the International Reward Program Association.

Macau address:

Avenida de Sidónio Pais,
nº1-1B,
Edf,
Tung Hei Kok,
3º andar“A”,
Macau

+853 28701331

Malaysia

The Award was first introduced to Malaysia in 1991 and is currently delivered through two mechinisms:   1)National Award Operator (NAO), the Rakan Muda Development Division of the National Department of Youth and Sports Malaysia (known locally as the Anugerah Remaja Perdana Rakan Muda). The Malaysian NAO represents one of the association's A11 largest operators with almost 20,000 young people starting their Awards in 2018 from across 650 delivery units, including schools, universities and community organisations. The NAO has been successful in implementing special projects, reaching some of the most marginalised and at-risk young people in the country. The current patron of the Award is Malaysian Minister of Youth of Sports, Mr. Syed Saddiq bin Syed Abdul Rahman, who was appointed in 2018 as the youngest ever federal minister in Malaysia.   2)Independent Award Centres (IACs), predominantly English speaking International Schools, who are directly licensed by the Foundation. If you are an International School or organisation based in Malaysia and would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Delivering section of the website. For further information please contactgbt@intaward.org.  

Joel Grant
Operations Manager joel.grant@intaward.org

Locations

Mongolia

The Award in Mongolia is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Mongolia, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Lucy Welch
Lucy Welch
Operations Manager Lucy.Welch@intaward.org

Erel-ESM Secondary School

Myanmar

The Award in Myanmar is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Myanmar, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Lucy Welch
Lucy Welch
Operations Manager Lucy.Welch@intaward.org

The British School Yangon

Nepal

The Award has been operating in Nepal since 2010 under the National Award Operator (NAO) represented by Saksham Yuwa Nepal (SYN). There are more than 60 Award Units including schools, universities and youth organisations. The Award in Nepal has grown steadily since inception and strives to expand access to all corners of Nepal. There are currently just under 3000 Active Award participants in Nepal and the number of Award Centres has double since the National Award Operator was established.

A major focus for the NAO has been increasing access for at-risk and marginalised young people in Nepal. Through generous World Fellowship grants and successful Three Funds Applications the NAO has started to realise this ambition while maintaining a healthy financial position. Currently, over 3% of participants come from marginalised or at-risk backgrounds. The NAO has also been very active positioning the Award for 21st century participants through implementing the Online Record Book (ORB). Nepal is one of the early adopters of ORB in the Asia Pacific region and consider further expansion to all Award Centres to be a critical part of their strategy to increasing growth, strengthening financial sustainability and improving quality.

Nepal address:

Jawalakhel-3,
Lalipur,
Nepal

+977 01 555 1646 +977 9841 462559

New Zealand Aotearoa

The Award has been running in New Zealand since 1963. On 19 July 1963, the Governor-General, Sir Bernard Fergusson, held the inaugural meeting of the National Council of The Duke of Edinburgh's Award in New Zealand at Government House in Wellington, when a Constitution for The Award in New Zealand was adopted.

Known as The Young New Zealander’s Challenge from 2001 to 2009, the Award has been referred to as The Duke of Edinburgh's Hillary Award since 2009.

With the passing of Sir Edmund Hillary in 2008, the New Zealand Government invited the Award to consider a name change to incorporate the Hillary name. The name reflects the significant achievements of both HRH The Duke of Edinburgh and Sir Edmund Hillary, one of New Zealand’s great adventurers.

There are approximately 8000 registrations annually and 22,000 young people engaged at any one time in the Award in New Zealand.

New Zealand Aotearoa address:

Office: Pelorus Trust Sportshouse,
93 Hutt Park Road,
Seaview,
Lower Hutt 5010 mailing address: PO Box 38 189,
Wellington Mail Centre,
Lower Hutt 504

+64 0800 69 29 27

Pakistan

The late Mr. Mohammad Ali RangoonwAla brought this unique programme to Pakistan in 1987 with a vision of empowering young people to take control of their future by developing the life skills and confidience needed for success The late Hakim Mohammad Saeed remained its Chairman for 10 years. Today, the Award is available in Karachi, Peshawar, Lahore and Quetta and in many other cities.

The National Award Authority is based in Karachi with Zonal Offices in Peshawar, Lahore and Quetta. National participation in the Award in Pakistan now exceeds 12,000. As of 2019, there are 67 Award Centres across the country and over 2,000 new particpants registering to do the Award each year.

Pakistan address:

ZVM Rangoonwala Community Centre,
Dhoraji Colony,
Karachi-74800,
Pakistan

+977 01 5551646

Philippines

The Award in Philippines is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Philippines, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Joel Grant
Operations Manager joel.grant@intaward.org

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Singapore

The Award in Singapore is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Singapore, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Lucy Welch
Lucy Welch
Operations Manager Lucy.Welch@intaward.org

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Solomon Islands

Solomon Islands address:

Suit 3,
Level 33 Aurora Place 88 Philip Street Sydney NSW 2000

+61 02 8241 1500

South Korea

The International Award for Young People Korea was introduced in the Republic of Korea in 2008 by the Korea Youth Services Centre, having celebrated their 10th anniversary in December 2018. In 2010 the Korea Youth Work Agency was established (a merger of the Korea Youth Centres). The Award is currently supported under the auspices of the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family.

There are currently 1,000 operating units, including schools and universities and more than 6,000 young people have completed their Award so far. The Award in the Republic of Korea is also delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If you are an English speaking International School in the Republic of Korea and would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Delivering section of the website.

Lucy Welch
Lucy Welch
Operations Manager Lucy.Welch@intaward.org

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Sri Lanka

National Youth Award Authority Sri Lanka launched in 1981 and re-constituted as National Youth Award Division of the National Youth Service Council win 2014. The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award is offered across all 9 Provinces and 25 Districts in the island. Today, there are over 100 licensed Award Centres supporting young Sri Lankas to take on the Award. There are approximately 2000 active participants at any time and over 500 young people complete a Bronze, Gold or Silver Award each year. The NAO is committed to promoting reconciliation among the various communities in Sri Lanka and are actively expanding reach to minority and remote communities. The has also developed projects with key partners to provide more access to the Award for young people with disabilities. The Award in Sri Lanka is also delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If you are an International School or organisation based in Sri Lanka and would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Delivering section of the website. For further information please contact

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Taiwan

The Award in Taiwan is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Taiwan, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Lucy Welch
Lucy Welch
Operations Manager Lucy.Welch@intaward.org

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Thailand

The Award in Thailand is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Thailand, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Etheridge
James Etheridge
Operations Manager james.etheridge@intaward.org

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Vietnam

The Award in Vietname is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Vietnam, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Etheridge
James Etheridge
Operations Manager james.etheridge@intaward.org

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Austria

The Award in Austria is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Austria, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Moore
James Moore
Operations Manager james.moore@intaward.org

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Bahrain

Bahrain

Tom Shorrock
Thomas Shorrock
Operations Manager thomas.shorrock@intaward.org

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Belgium

The Award in Belgium is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Belgium, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Moore
James Moore
Operations Manager james.moore@intaward.org

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Bulgaria

The Award was first introduced to Bulgaria in 2009. As interest in the Award grew, an NGO was established in 2014. Since 2014 they have been licenced by The Foundation to manage and deliver the Award across Bulgaria.

The Award in Bulgaria is privileged to receive the patronage of His Excellency Rosen Plevneliev, President of the Republic of Bulgaria.

In 2018, there were just over 450 young people who were actively participating in the Award across the country. Within that year 348 new participants entered the Award, with over 100 completing and achieving their Award. The Award is delivered in 70 Award Centres, which are a mixture of government schools, community groups, independent schools and uniformed organisations.

The Award in Bulgaria celebrated its first ever Gold Award in 2018!

Bulgaria

37 Tsar Simeon Str.,
Fl. 1 1000,
Sofia

+359 888 823 920

Cyprus

The Award in Cyprus is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Cyprus, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Moore
James Moore
Operations Manager james.moore@intaward.org

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Czech Republic

The Award in the Czech Republic was introduced in 1995. It was introduced by Lady Abrahams, a golf champion of Czechoslovakia. They are registered as an NGO and are licensed by The Foundation to manage and deliver the Award across the Czech Republic.

Each year more than 4,500 young people actively participate in the Award across the country. The Award is delivered in more than 200 organisations, which are a mixture of government schools, independent schools, Open Award Centres and universities.

Czech Republic

Poděbradská 540/26 190 00 Praha 9 – Vysočany

+420 606 045 160

Denmark

The Award in Denmark is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Denmark, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Moore
James Moore
Operations Manager james.moore@intaward.org

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Egypt

The Award in Egypt is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Egypt, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Lucy Welch
Lucy Welch
Operations Manager Lucy.Welch@intaward.org

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Estonia

The Award in Estonia is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Estonia, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Moore
James Moore
Operations Manager james.moore@intaward.org

Estonian Scout Association

Finland

The Award was introduced to Finland in 1999 and in Finland is known as Avartti. In 2012 an independent foundation was created to manage and deliver the Award across Finland, and they have been licensed by The Foundation to do so.

The Award in Finland receives support from the Ministry of Education and Culture, who first introduced the Award to Finland in 1999. Each year around 350 young people actively participant in the Award, with around 60 completing and achieving their Award. In 2018 there 33 Award Centres which are a mixture of Open Award Centres, religious community groups & sporting clubs.

Finland is the only Nordic country that has a National Award Operator!

Finland address:

PO Box 36 FIN-40701 Jyväskylä Finland

+358 50 343 1143

France

The Award in France is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in France, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Moore
James Moore
Operations Manager james.moore@intaward.org

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Georgia

The Award in Georgia is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Georgia, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Etheridge
James Etheridge
Operations Manager james.etheridge@intaward.org

British International School of Tbilisi

Germany

The Award was first introduced to Germany in 1993, and the current operator was established in 1994. They are registered as an NGO and are licenced by The Foundation to manage and deliver the Award across Germany. The Award in Germany does not currently have a patron, so many Award ceremonies are attended by local dignitaries.

Each year around 1,500 young people actively participant in the Award, with over 1,000 completing and achieving their Award. In 2018 the Award was delivered across in over 90 centres, which are a mixture of government schools, independent schools and voluntary youth organisations.

Kurt Hahn, one of the founders of the Award with His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh, was from Germany and his school Schule Schloss Salem delivers the Award today!

Germany

Alte Bahnmeisterei Adelsheimer Str. 19 74706 Osterburken

+49 6291 68040

Gibraltar

The Award in Gibraltar was introduced in 1971 and became a full member of the Association in 1988. The Patron of the Award in Gibraltar is His Excellency The Governor Lieutenant General Edward Davis CB CBE KStJ.

A Board of Trustees has responsibility for the Award in Gibraltar; which operates as a National Award Operator (NAO), licensed by the International Award Foundation. Delivery of the Award in Gibraltar is undertaken by organisations called Operating Authorities (OAs), which are sub-licenced by the NAO.

Each year more than 100 young people actively participant in the Award.

Gibraltar

PO Box 1260 Gibraltar GX111AA

+350 200 51971

Greece

The Award in Greece is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Greece, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Moore
James Moore
Operations Manager james.moore@intaward.org

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Hungary

The Award in Hungary is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Hungary, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Moore
James Moore
Operations Manager james.moore@intaward.org

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Ireland

Gaisce is a self-development programme for young people between the ages of 15-25, which is proven* to enhance confidence and wellbeing through participation in personal, physical, community and team challenges. It is a direct challenge from the President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, to all young people to dream big and realise their potential.

Gaisce enjoys a collaborative partnership with The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation. Although not a licensee of The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation, Gaisce is recognised as a partner with the Award’s worldwide Association. By agreement between Gaisce and The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award, a reciprocal recognition is given to the Awards at each level (Bronze, Silver and Gold) across Ireland, the UK and the international network of Award Operators licensed to deliver the Award.

Under the Joint Award Initiative, young people in Northern Ireland who fulfil the requirements of the Award framework at any level can choose to receive an International Award, a Duke of Edinburgh’s Award or a Gaisce – The President’s Award.

Gaisce celebrates the individuality of each participant and ensures that, while there are many pathways to achieving a Gaisce Award, each Gaisce journey is as unique and expansive as the individual young person determines, and all Awards are equally recognised. (https://www.gaisce.ie/research-impact-gaisce-participation/)

Ireland address:

Ratra House North Road Phoenix Park Dublin 8 Ireland D08 YD62

+353 1 6171 999

Israel

The Award was first introduced to Israel in 1986. The Award is are registered as a NGO and are licenced by The Foundation to manage and deliver the Award across Israel. They have been recognised as a national youth organisation by the Ministry of Education since 2015.

The Award in Israel does not current have a patron, but their Gold Award ceremonies are often held at the British Embassy in Tel Aviv with the attendance of the Ambassador.

Each year around 2,600 young people start their Award, with around 900 completing and achieving their Award. The Award is delivered 33 cities and towns across the country, from Dimona in the south to Beit Jann in the North.

The Award in Israel aims to and does deliver the Award to all communities, wanting the Award to bring young people from diverse backgrounds together.

Israel address:

48 HaNamal Street,
Haifa,
Israel

+972 4 8275290

Italy

The Award in Italy is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Italy, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Moore
James Moore
Operations Manager james.moore@intaward.org

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Jordan

The El-Hassan Youth Award was founded by His Royal Highness Prince Hassan bin Talal in 1984. The National Award Operator is as a charity and are licenced by The Foundation to manage and deliver the Award across the kingdom of Jordan.

The Award in Jordan is privileged to receive the patronage of His Royal Highness Prince Hassan bin Talal. They are also supported by the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Youth, as well as working with the Jordanian Armed Forces.

Each year over 3,000 young people start their Award with over 900 completing and achieving their Award. The Award is delivered in over 290 organisations, which are a mixture of government schools, private schools, youth organisations, universities and other NGOs.

Jordan address:

PO Box 840908 Amman 11181 Jordan

+962 6 535 6687

Kazakhstan

The Award in Kazakhstan is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Kazakhstan, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Moore
James Moore
Operations Manager james.moore@intaward.org

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Kuwait

The Award in Kuwait is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Kuwait, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Tom Shorrock
Thomas Shorrock
Operations Manager thomas.shorrock@intaward.org

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Latvia

The Award was first introduced in Latvia in 2006. The National Centre for Education is licenced by The Foundation to manage and deliver the Award in Latvia.

The Award is delivered in over 50 organisations across the country, which are a mixture of schools, youth centres, non-governmental organisations and municipal councils.

Every year, over 150 young people signing up to take part in their Award. During its first ten years 654 young people achieved their Award. The National Centre for Education invites Award participants to take part in events that are related to the sections of the Award programme, to run at the Riga marathon and organises an Adventurous Journey training camp.

Latvia address:

Strūgu iela 4 Rīga LV-1003 Latvia

Lebanon

The Award in Lebanon is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Lebanon, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Moore
James Moore
Operations Manager james.moore@intaward.org

Eastwood International School

Lithuania

The Award was first introduced to Lithuania in 1999 with the support of the British Embassy. There was a strong desire to make the Award available across the country and in 2013 the Lithuanian Children and Youth Centre were licenced by The Foundation to manage and deliver the Award across Lithuania. Each year over 400 young people start their Award, with over 120 completing and achieving their Award. The Award is delivered in over 90 organisations, which are a mixture of government schools, Open Award Centres, independent schools and universities.  

Lithuania

Lietuvos vaikų ir jaunimo centras (LVJC) Konstitucijos av. 25 08105 Vilnius

00370 673 60335

Luxembourg

The Mérite Jeunesse Luxembourg was established under the patronage of H.R.H. Grand-Duke Jean 1993. The Mérite is a Foundation and is licenced by The Foundation to manage and deliver the Award across Luxembourg. The Chair of their board is H.R.H Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg.

Since 1993 the Mérite in Luxembourg has had the opportunity to honour 2,606 Award holders and the number of participants and Award Leaders continues to grow.

The Mérite is delivered in over 38 Award centres across the country, which are a mixture of government schools, independent schools and voluntary youth organisations.

Luxembourg address:

Forum Campus Geesseknäppchen 40,
bd Pierre Dupong L-1430 Luxembourg

(+352) 2604-2224

Malta

The Award was introduced in Malta in 1961 and was one of the first countries to adopt the Award programme after the UK. An NGO was established and is licenced by The Foundation to manage and deliver the Award across Malta.

The Award in Malta is privileged to receive the patronage of The President of Malta His Excellency George Vella.

Each year over 100 young people start their Award, with over 70% completing and achieving their Award. The Award is delivered in 20 organisations across the country, which are a mixture of community groups, government schools, independent schools and voluntary youth organisations.

Malta address:

Ewropa House Dun Karm Street B’Kara Bypass B’Kara BKR9034

+356 23456880

Monaco

The Award in Monaco is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Monaco, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Moore
James Moore
Operations Manager james.moore@intaward.org

International School of Monaco

Netherlands

The Award was first introduced to The Netherlands in 1997. As interest in the Award grew, an NGO was established in 1988 and they are licenced by The Foundation to manage and deliver the Award across The Netherlands.

Each year around 700 young people start their Award, with over 500 completing and achieving their Award. The Award is delivered in over 25 organisations which are a mixture of community groups, government schools, independent schools and voluntary youth organisations.

The Award enjoys a strong partnership with Scouting Nederland, with many Scouts who achieved their Award receiving their certificates at the 24th World Scout Jamboree in the United States!

Netherlands address:

c/o Stichting The International Award for Young People,
The Netherlands St. Annastraat 20 5025 KB Tilburg The Netherlands

(+31) 06 4349 0446

Norway

The Award in Norway is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Norway, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Moore
James Moore
Operations Manager james.moore@intaward.org

The British International School of Stavanger

Oman

The Award in Oman is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Oman, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Tom Shorrock
Thomas Shorrock
Operations Manager thomas.shorrock@intaward.org

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Poland

The Award in Poland is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Poland, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Moore
James Moore
Operations Manager james.moore@intaward.org

The British School SP. Z.O.O.

Portugal

The Prémio was launched in Porto in 1988 by HRH The Duke of Bragança, who in addition to being a founding member, is also the Patron of the Prémio. The Prémio is an NGO and they are licenced by The Foundation to manage and deliver the Award across Portugal.

Each year around 1,000 young people start the Prémio The Prémio is delivered in over 30 organisations which are a mixture of government schools, independent schools, universities and voluntary youth organisations.

Portugal address:

c/o Associação do Prémio Infante D. Henrique Rua Duques de Bragança no. 5A Lisboa 1200-162 Portugal

(+351) 21 343 04 97

Qatar

The Award in Qatar is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Qatar, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Etheridge
James Etheridge
Operations Manager james.etheridge@intaward.org

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Romania

The Award was first introduced in Romania in 1991 by Sister Agnes in Roman-Catholic Parish of Motru, before being launched nationwide in 2011. In 2013 an NGO was established, and they are licenced by The Foundation to manage and deliver the Award across Romania.

The Award in Romania is privileged to receive the patronage of HRH Crown Princess Margarita of Romania.

Since the official launch of the Award in 2013, it has seen rapid expansion across Romania, with over 1,000 adults trained as Award leaders, trainers, and supervisors and assessors. Up to 2018, 5,000 young people have taken part in the Award, discovering new skills and developing the existing ones. There are now over 48 organisations delivering the Award in the country.

Romania address:

c/o Fundatia The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Romania Street Iona Voda Viteazul No 21,
Sector 4 Bucharest 040813 Romania

0268 545 953

Russia

The Award in Russia is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Russia, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Moore
James Moore
Operations Manager james.moore@intaward.org

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Saudi Arabia

The Award in Saudi Arabia is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Saudi Arabia, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Etheridge
James Etheridge
Operations Manager james.etheridge@intaward.org

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Serbia

The Award in Serbia is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Serbia, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Moore
James Moore
Operations Manager james.moore@intaward.org

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Slovakia

The Award was first introduced to Slovakia in 2007 by The British International School Bratislava. By 2015 there was growing interest to make the Award available nationally and an NGO was established. Since 2016 this NGO has been licenced by The Foundation to manage and deliver the Award across Slovakia.

Michaela Musilová, an Astrobiologist who worked for NASA and the ESA, is a Gold Award holder and the Patron of the Award. She is known as the Slovak ‘Mastronaut’ because she was chosen to take part in a simulated Martian expedition in the US in 2014.

Since then the Award has grown across the whole country and now more than 2,000 young people start their Awards each year. The Award is delivered by over 180 organisations which are a mixture of government schools, uniformed organisations, community groups and universities.

Slovakia

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Slovensko,
o.z. Štúrova 3,
811 02 Bratislava

(+421) 917 860 777

Slovenia

The Award was introduced to Slovenia in 1997 as a project with the British Council. It gained in popularity and in 2003 an NGO was registered. In 2013 the MEPI Institute was licenced by The Foundation to manage and deliver the Award across Slovenia.

The Award in Slovenia is privileged to receive the patronage of His Excellency Borut Pahor President of Slovenia. They are supported through partners such as the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports and the Office of the Republic of Slovenia for Youth.

Each year over 1700 young people start their Award, with over 350 young people completing and achieving their Award. The Award is delivered in over 75 organisations, which are a mixture of government schools, community groups, unformed organisations and businesses.

Slovenia address:

MEPI- Mednarodno priznanje za mlade Litostrojska cesta 52,
1000 Ljubljana

+386 (0) 1 58 99 844

Spain

The Award in Spain is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Spain, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Lucy Welch
Lucy Welch
Operations Manager Lucy.Welch@intaward.org

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Sweden

The Award in Sweden is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Sweden, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Moore
James Moore
Operations Manager james.moore@intaward.org

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Switzerland

The Award in Switzerland is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Switzerland, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Moore
James Moore
Operations Manager james.moore@intaward.org

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Turkey

The Award was first introduced to Turkey in 2001, through a partnership of the Human Resources Training and Health Foundation (TIKAV) and the Turkish-British Friendship Association.

Every year more than 2,000 young people start their Award, with there are over 900 young people completing and achieving their Award. There are 111 organisations delivering the Award, these are a mixture of government schools, independent schools and voluntary youth organisations.

Turkey address:

Kazım Özalp Mah. Koza Cad. No: 26 Çankaya / Ankara

(+90) 312 441 70 87

United Arab Emirates

The Award in United Arab Emirates (UAE) is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in UAE, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

Tom Shorrock
Thomas Shorrock
Operations Manager thomas.shorrock@intaward.org

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United Kingdom

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award was established in the United Kingdom in 1956. In 1959 The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award became a charitable Trust. They are licenced by The Foundation to manage and deliver the Award across the UK. The National Award Operator in the UK is the oldest and largest operator within the Association.

In the UK in 2018/19, 287,937 young people started a DofE programme and a record 153,284 Awards were achieved through schools, colleges, universities, youth clubs, businesses, housing associations, young offender institutions, voluntary organisations and more.

United Kingdom address:

Head Office The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award,
Gulliver House,
Madeira Walk,
Windsor,
Berkshire,
SL4 1EU

01753 727400

Uzbekistan

The Award in Uzbekistan is delivered by the licensed organisations, known as Independent Award Centres (IACs), listed below. If your organisation would like to deliver the Award, you can find detailed information about becoming an IAC in the Deliver section of the website. For all Award enquiries in Uzbekistan, please contact your Operations team member listed below via operations@intaward.org.

James Etheridge
James Etheridge
Operations Manager james.etheridge@intaward.org

The British School of Tashkent