FrontLines will be holding a photo contest and wants to see your best images that showcase USAID development activities in action.
Isabel Carpio Chami, a member of the Panama’s Emberá-Wounnan community, who is the lead tourism coordinator of a USAID-sponsored eco-tourism project in the Panama Canal Watershed. Photo credit: Fernando Alvarez, USAID
We want to see your most captivating shots. Think climate change, maternal health, water and sanitation, education, democracy, science and technology, disaster aid – no sector is off limits. Your photo should help illustrate why and how USAID is working in the world to extend a helping hand to people striving to make their lives better.
A panel of USAID employees will review all the entries and declare a winner. And the winning photograph will appear prominently in an upcoming issue of FrontLines.
Here are a few guidelines to keep in mind.
- All photos must be submitted digitally, with .jpg files preferred. They must also be shot in high resolution, at least 300 dpi (dots per inch) or approximately 1 megabyte.
- Include the date and location for the photograph as well as a brief description of what is happening in the image.
- Any FrontLines reader can submit an image, including employees of NGOs and contractors.
- One entry per person.
- Have fun and be creative.
Send all entries to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: Photo Contest. Any questions about the contest should be sent to the same e-mail address. The deadline for entries is November 10. Good luck!
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