Over the past few months, two photos by Akros Communications Lead Andy Prinsen have been selected as winner and honorable mention in their respective photography competitions. The first was the “Picturing inclusive CLTS photo competition” sponsored by the CLTS Knowledge Hub, and Prinsen’s photo titled “School Sanitation: Equal and Proud” was selected as one of three winners.
The CLTS Knowledge Hub is a collection of news and information on the Community-Led Total Sanitation Movement and is a great resource for professionals working in the field or those interested in learning about CLTS.
Another of Prinsen’s photos was selected as the honorable mention for the category of mHealth and Communications Technology in the 12th annual Photoshare contest.
Photoshare is a service of the Knowledge for Health (K4Health) project, based at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Communication Programs (CCP). Photographers submit images to Photoshare for free, public use by nonprofits and for educational purposes. Photoshare is a leading source for public health and development communication, focused on demonstrating the value and impact of photography in global health efforts to improve health and save lives.