African Women in Media (AWiM) has announced the four winners of the Agenda 2063 Women’s Photojournalism Awards.
AWiM had launched the Women’s Photojournalism Awards competition to award entries that present an aesthetic view of Africa.
The winners of the various categories include Vanessa Chebet from Kenya; Daba Safiyya from Nigeria; Fardosa Hussein from Somalia; and Arlette Bashizi from DRC.
Vanessa Chebet from Kenya
Winner Regional economic integration, transport and information structure category
Daba Safiyya from Nigeria
Agriculture, rural environment, land rights and skills development category
Fardosa Hussein from Somalia
Youth and women, Africa’s research excellence, innovative solution building category
Arlette Bashizi from DRC
Good Governance: human rights, justice and rule of law category
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