Photo competition in Tunisia: Announcing the winners!

Jun 6, 2016

The winners of the WATER PorT photo competition in Tunisia have now been chosen!


We received 33 photos on the theme of water and people in the Medjerda River Basin: Thank you to all who participated! The results are telling of the quality of the photos received – the competition was very close.

Congratulations to the winners! And a big thank you to everyone who submitted photos and supported the contest by sharing the word.

Adult Category
 

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First Place – photo by Arafet Ben Marzou
”Hope - Here is a nice illustration of perseverance, hope and living simply. This picture shows a man who has used recovery materials to manufacture a rudimentary fishing boat with oars, since motorboats are prohibited from fishing on the river.”


Second Place – photo by Zouhayer Ahmadi
“Women spend their days at the water spring, washing clothes and carrying water.“


Third Place – photo by Sameh Chaabani
“The oil industry discharges industrial wastewater without treatment, polluting surface waters and groundwater (chemical pollution).”

Youth Category
 


First Place – photo by Wassim Chaieb
“View of Medjerda/Cap Bon Canal through the fields, in perfect harmony with people and animals.”



 

تم الإعلان عن أسماء الفائزين في مسابقة  WATER PorT للتصوير في تونس.

استلمنا 33 صورة في فئة البالغين حول موضوع المياه والناس وحوض نهر مجردة؛ فشكراً لكل من شارك. وتُظهر النتائج نوعية الصور المرسلة لنا، وقد كانت النتائج متقاربة جداً.

مبروك لكل الفائزين، وشكراً جزيلاً لكل مَن أرسل صوراً ومَن دعم المسابقة بإخبار الآخرين عنها

Adult Category
 

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المركز الأول: صورة مرسلة من عرفات بن مرزو
"الأمل: هذا وصف لطيف للمثابرة والأمل والعيش البسيط، فهذه الصورة تُظهر رجلاً استخدم مواداً مُدوَّرة في تصنيع قارب صيد أسماك بدائي ذي مجاديف بما أن القوارب ذات المحركات ممنوعة من صيد الأسماك في النهر."

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المركز الثاني: صورة مرسلة من زهير أحمدي
"تقضي المرأة يومها عند نبع الماء لغسل الملابس وجلب الماء."

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المركز الثالث: صورة مرسلة من سامح شعباني
"صناعة النفط تطرح صناعة النفط المياهَ العادمة الصناعية في الطبيعة بدون معالجة: تلوث المياه السطحية والجوفية (التلوث الكيماوي)"

فئة الشباب
 

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المركز الأول: صورة مرسلة من وسيم شايب
"مجردة/قناة الرأس الطيب: إطلالة على مجردة/قناة الرأس الطيب عبر الحقول تُظهر تناغماً تاماً مع البشر والحيوان"


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