Vestergaard Frandsen sent some of the images I took of their Lifestraw product to Forum 2012 held recently in Cape Town. This is a conference that promotes research and innovation for health, equity and development, and as I found out it comes with a photo contest. Seems one of those photos Vestergaard sent in is what they were looking for and I find myself the winner of the Forum 2012 Photo Competition and a small chunk of prize money to show for it (thank you so much).
Here’s the winning photo…. and below a screen shot of the page of winning images to give you context.
Forum 2012 is the first global forum to bring together the key actors who make research and innovation work for health, equity and development. Governments, industry, social enterprises, non-governmental organisations, researchers, media, financiers–donors–sponsors, international organisations, and others who believe that this is the way to move ‘beyond aid’.
Nice to have been a part of it. To more! THANK YOU.
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May 8, 2012 | Categories: Community, Conservation, Development, Public Health, Social/humantiarian | Tags: Africa, development, Georgina Goodwin Images, Kenya, Lifestraw Family, photography, public health, Vestergaard Frandsen | Leave A Comment »