TB Photography Contest

tb_imagesIMAGES TO STOP TUBERCULOSIS
TB PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA

Are you an enthusiastic amateur or professional photographer?

Why not enter the IMAGES TO STOP TUBERCULOSIS TB PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA

By entering the competition your photographic images could help to embrace the effort to promote greater awareness as they will have come from the eyes of the public themselves.

Just ENTER ten to fifteen photographs depicting TB health-related issues pertaining to TB treatment, prevention, and community activity to raise awareness about it. Submissions must be on a CD/DVD accompanied by captions cross-referenced to the photos.

PRIZES will be awarded as follows the winner will receive an award of PGK1500, second prize K800 and third prize K500. There will also be 6 Digicel mobile phones awarded to all the prize winners including 3 consolation prizes for 3 other photographs as runner up to the grand prize.

ENTRY DATES are 26 January, 2009 – 27 February 2009
Those eligible for entry are those 18 years and over and not an affiliate of World Vision, its partners or stakeholders.

Entries must be SUBMITTED to
World Vision
Phone: +675 3112530, Fax: +675 3254225
Morata Street, Ruta Place,
Gordons M/S P.O. Box 4254
NCD, 111 Papua New Guinea

For more information CONTACT:
Kristine Kepore- Advocacy and Communications Specialist
World Vision Pacific Development Group
Tel. (+675) 311 2530
Email: Kristine_Kepore@wvi.org

The Award is SUPPORTED by: World Vision Pacific Development Group, Media Council of Papua New Guinea & Digicel

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