awardWhat are the Oromo Community Achievement Awards?
The Community Achievement Awards recognize outstanding contributions to and achievement in community life and provide an opportunity to honour exceptional Oromos.

Lifetime Achievement
Awarded to an individual who, over the past 25 years or more, has made significant contributions to the community and has improved the quality of life for Oromos or whose accomplishments have brought recognition to Oromo community.

Arts
Awarded to an individual whose artistic accomplishments have brought recognition to Oromo community or whose volunteer or professional involvement has contributed to developing a stronger arts community.

Commerce
Awarded to an individual or business for improving business opportunities, making significant community or industry contributions, or for bringing recognition to Oromo Community.

Community Advocate
Awarded to a non- not-for-profit Oromo organization for outstanding service to the community and Oromia by implementing, improving, supporting, or assisting a local project or program.

Education
Awarded to an individual Oromo who has enhanced learning opportunities for Oromos in diaspora and Oromo in Oromia or brought recognition to Oromo communities or Oromia due to outstanding academic achievement in his/her field.

Heritage
Awarded to an individual who has made a sustained and extraordinary contribution, either as a volunteer or professional, to the promotion of awareness and/or preservation of Oromo culture and heritage.

Youth
Awarded to an individual 18 years old or younger, whose exceptional achievements have brought recognition to, or improved the quality of life in, Oromo community. The focus is on volunteer and community contributions not academic achievement

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