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Posted on: 26 February 2013
The Swiss Malaria Group has launched a photo contest that will run from 15th of February to the 24th of March, 2013. The aim of the contest is to highlight the realities of those living at risk of malaria and the work of those dedicated to change that reality.
The photo contest is open to everyone. The photos will be open to a public vote from 25th of March to the 10th of April, 2013. In total, 45 finalists will be selected, 15 from each category. The top 5 winners for each category will be selected by the judges.
For more information on the contest please visit the Swiss Malaria Group Photo Contest web site: malariaphotos.org.
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