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Fujifilm UNICEF Photography contest winners
Dennis Hissink : July 6th 2005 - 10:10 CET
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FujifilmFujifilm UNICEF Photography contest winners : The winner from South Africa was 14 year-old Vincent Sidanga from the Ludaka School in Eastern Cape. With this, Vincent Sidanga wins a trip to Germany and will take part in the awards show on the 30th of August. The winner of the first-prize from Germany was 11 year-old Angelina Strehl from the special needs school for learning development in Aschaffenburg. Both children can get to know each other at the awards show and carry on the exchange won with the competition. The photo gallery of the winning pictures with their highly interesting insight into the everyday life at school for children and teenagers in both countries will be available until the end of August at www.fujifilm.de.
Fujifilm UNICEF Photography contest winnersUnited Nation's Children's Fund
More than 7,000 German and South African schoolchildren between the ages of 6 and 16 took part in the photography contest. The background to the action is the partnership between Fujifilm and the United Nation’s Children’s Fund, through which Fujifilm supports long-term education programs and with these the initiative for the building of Schools for Africa. The contest was organized by Fuji film with the support of, and for the benefit of UNICEF, and begun mid-April. For this purpose selected schools in both countries were equipped with single-use cameras free of charge.

Fujifilm and UNICEF - Earlier promotion event
Last year already Fujifilm had organized a large-scale promotion event for the benefit of the United Nations Children's Fund. The event on the topic Superia-Films assisted UNICEF in carrying out extensive financial aid measures in South Africa. In this line of work, a sum of 75,000 Euros was made available by Fuji film. The amount of this donation will be increased by the photography contest, and is intended as a contribution to the construction of a new school in South Africa, thereby supporting the financial aid program “Schools for Africa“, an initiative of UNICEF and the Nelson Mandela Foundation.

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