Competition

SRHR Videos Competition : Open to individuals residing in Zimbabwe only

10 December 2018

Harare, Zimbabwe

SRHR Videos Competition : Open to individuals residing in Zimbabwe only

It’s competition time!!!!

Are you a good communicator? Can you send a message in just 3 minutes? Are you passionate about Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters for Adolescents and Young people?

Choose from any one of these categories:

  1. Access to SRHR services by young people
  2. HIV Prevention
  3. Prevention of Sexual and Gender Based Violence, including child marriage
  4. Preventing teenage pregnancy
  5. Preventing substance abuse

And produce a video, skit or animation of a maximum duration of 3 minutes. The video must be captivating with a very clear message. Find innovative ways of presenting the message in the category/ies of your choice which may include but not limited to having the message directed to peers, a father, a mother, sisters/brothers, classmates, boyfriend /girlfriend. A maximum of 3 entries per individual is allowed.

To submit your entry:

Upload your video on to the UNFPA Zimbabwe Facebook page, with a caption explaining the message of your video. Also tweet the link to your video, or the actual video and mention @UNFPA_Zimbabwe.

The competition is running from the 1st of November 2018. Last date and time of submission will be 10 December 2018 at midnight.

Terms and Conditions

  1. Your production will be judged by a panel of judges comprised of young people, UNFPA and NAC technical officers
  2. The top six videos will receive a prize. There will be dual winners at each level and the prizes will be:
  • 1st – Laptop x 2
  • 2nd – Camera x 2
  • 3rd – Cellphone x 2
  1. The judges’ decision will be final and no correspondence will be entered in to.
  2. Copyright of the winning videos will be assumed by UNFPA, which will be free to use the media in any way they choose without any further permission from the producers.
  3. The producer is responsible for ensuring consent of all participants/actors in their productions. UNFPA will not be held liable for any claims of lack of consent. Submission of the video will be deemed as declaration by the producer that they have taken heed of any and all legal obligations.