Jimmy Drekore is the 2014 Man of Honour winner. Out of 14 finalists for the Men of Honour Awards, Jimmy was chosen by the judges to take the overall award. Jimmy originates from Simbu Province and founded the Simbu Children's Foundation to held children with their health, education and personal development. The organisation operates on a voluntary basis which he describes as a "labour of love." Jimmy credits his inspiration and spirit to his late mother. "Growing up, my mother was my mentor. She would go out of her way to look after the poor and neglected and I never took much notice of it until she passed away," said Jimmy. He said the Foundation he established was born on the death bed of his mother, Bapina Drekore, when she passed away in 2004 and has been running for 11 years now. "It hit me really hard and when I started helping out in the the hospital I felt like my mother's spirit was in me. This passion to go out of my way to look after other people who are disadvantaged comes from my mother." He is also winner of the Community Leadership Award. Winners of the other categories are: Pym Mamindi for the Community Entrepreneur Award, Wamala Ila Rova for the Community Education Champion Award, Pinjiki Wak for the Community Ingenuity Award and Alu Poka for the Sporting Mentor Award.