Photo competition! Share a highlight of your work in pictures

Date: 3rd February 2016

Credit: WSSCC/Pierre Virot

Credit: WSSCC/Pierre Virot

At the end of last year, WSSCC celebrated 25 years of working towards achieving safe sanitation, hygiene and drinking water for everyone in the world, especially for the most vulnerable and marginalized.  We have made major gains, together with our diverse partners across the globe and all of our work has been supported and guided by WSSCC members.  To this end, we’d like to hear from you!

Please share a high resolution photo which represents a highlight of your work associated with WSSCC at some point over the past 25 years. Provide a photo caption that sums up the activity in no more than 40 words. The photo should ideally be 1 megabyte or more, and in one of the following formats: .jpeg, .png, .eps, .psd, or .tif.

The best photo and caption will be featured in the next WSSCC email newsletter. In addition, the winning photo and caption, along with runners up, will be featured on a new member’s area coming up on our website and shared through our vast network on social media. The photo competition is just one of many to reach out and connect more deeply with our members over the course of 2016 and beyond.

Competition deadline: Email your photo and caption to by 29th February 2016.

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