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"Trading during the pandemic" photo contest

How is trade impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic where you are? Is trade making a difference, and if so, how? How do you see trade helping economic recovery?

Through a photo competition, the WTO and the Enhanced Integrated Framework invite you to reply to these questions with pictures.  While the pandemic is a challenge common to us all, it is also a crisis that we are experiencing in different ways because of where we live, what we trade and who we are. What is your experience?

Submit your photo(s) by 3 March 2021 using the form available here, together with a maximum of 100 words that describe both the photo and context.  The competition is open to anyone (except WTO staff and their families) over the age of 18.

The winner will be announced during the WTO Aid for Trade Stocktaking event to be held on 23-25 March 2021

Prize

The winner will receive a DSLR photo camera as a prize. The winning photo will be showcased at the WTO Aid for Trade Stocktaking Event. It will also be given visibility across WTO and EIF digital and social media channels with the appropriate credit.

Timeline

  • Deadline to submit your photo(s): 3 March
  • Winner notified: 12 March
  • Winner announced: 23-25 March

Here are some recent photos by the WTO and the EIF for inspiration:

©Ollivier Girard/EIF

Photo caption

Pineapple producers attend a training session organized by the National Federation of Pineapple Producer Village Cooperatives of Benin.

Context

FAO research highlights that pressure on airfreight capacity and shortages of refrigerated containers have led to tropical produce remaining unsold and going to waste.

©Bryan Lehmann/WTO

Photo caption

Vonai Muyambo moderates a high-level session at the WTO at an online event to mark the 25th anniversary of the WTO.

Context

Health measures taken to control the spread of COVID-19 mean WTO meetings are now being held online. Some staff still need to be physically present to ensure operations can continue.

We look forward to seeing how the pandemic has impacted trade where you live.

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