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The eLearning Africa Photo Competition

Thank you very much to all of you who took part in the 3rd eLearning Africa Photo Competition.

We are delighted to present the winners of the eLearning Africa 2012 Photo Competition,
the theme of which was
"The African Century: ICTs Inspiring Innovation":

 

 

1st

Siddig  Hamza
"ICT and eLearning for all" 

Eagerness of all ages to join the ICT world, in a rural community in Sudan.

2nd

Ernst  Suur
"Disability isn't inability

War Child in Uganda uses Video Diaries for Monitoring and Evaluation of projects in Northern Uganda. James, the disabled boy is one of the participants and makes regular videos on how the War Child project changes his life. The videos are shown to peers, the community and War Child and its partners to adjust projects, improve them and have quantitative data on project impact.  

3rd

Imrana Buba
Hallelujah!!! ICT in agriculture

This photo was taken 0n 8/6/2011 in Amshi village of Yobe state, Nigeria. It shows a young person in his vegetable farm, as you can see, he is very happy because he has just received a call from one of his customers (a grocer in the nearby market) requesting him to bring five (5) baskets of vegetables. All his customers have his cell phone number; thereby they can easily get in touch with him if in need of any kind of vegetable. This shows the impact of ICT in AGRICULTURE, particularly agricultural marketing. 

 

The 15 finalists were displayed in an exhibition at this year’s eLearning Africa conference in Cotonou, Benin. To view these and the other entrants, please click here.

 

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