Call for Entries: Paid Photography Fellowship in Africa
SocialDocumentary.net and Management Sciences for Health announce a Call for Entries for:
Photography Fellowship in Africa
Three photographers will be awarded a $4,000 fellowship, plus travel expenses, to spend two weeks working in Africa to document the global health projects of Management Sciences for Health (MSH), www.msh.org. Application submissions will be through the SocialDocumentary.net (SDN) website as standard SDN online exhibition entries.
Deadline for entries: December 7, 2012
SocialDocumentary.net and MSH are partnering to award this fellowship to global health-minded photographers to capture the breadth and impact of MSH’s work in Africa. MSH wishes to build up a library of photographs that captures its life saving work with people working at all levels of the health system-from the households and families to community-based health workers to the doctors and nurses in the health centers to government officials and ministers of health.
Three selected photographers will receive:
- $4,000 honoraria.
- All expenses paid during travel including emergency medical insurance and visas.
- Work featured in MSH publications (hard copy and electronic), website, social media, conference and event materials, and country and corporate reports.
- Work featured on SDN website and in email Spotlight.
SocialDocumentary.net is a website for photographers, NGOs, journalists, editors, and students to create and explore documentary exhibits investigating critical issues facing the world today. Recent exhibits have explored oil workers in the Niger River Delta, male sex workers in India, Central American immigrant women during their journey north, and Iraqi and Afghan refugees in Greece. Click here to view all of the exhibits.