Call for an initiative to support women who have experienced violence with a prize of up to 27 million VND
CSAGA cooperated with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to launch a media contest “Ding-dong” calling for initiatives to support women suffering from gender-based violence. scene COVID-19.
The contest seeks to find communication products that offer solutions to support women who have been abused by their husbands / partners in specific situations and to keep them safe when the violence is happening, especially in the context of translation COVID-19 is still going complicated.
At the same time, through the competition, the organizers also want to be able to introduce support services available to women who suffer from violence, so that they can access those services when needed. Technical and financial support from UNFPA and DFAT is provided to the contest.
📌 Time to receive the test: From 13:30 on March 10, 2021 to 23:59 on March 31, 2021.
📌Politics Time: April 1, 2021- April 4, 2021.
📌Owning awards ceremony: Week 2 of April 2021.
🔥 Total prize value is up to: 27,000,000 VND, including the following prizes:
● 1 first prize: 1 Acer computer worth 10,000,000 VND and 1 certificate of award.
● 1 second prize: 1 Airpods 2 headset worth 5,000,000 VND and 1 certificate of award.
● 2 third prizes: Each prize is 1 Masstel Tab 8 Pro worth 2,000,000VND and 1 award certificate.
● 5 consolation prizes: Each prize is an Anker A1281 backup charger worth 1,000,000VND and 1 award certificate.
● 1 interactive prize: 1 Samsung Galaxy A11 phone worth 3,000,000 VND and 1 award winning certificate.
📌 Details of the reading test rules are at: https://tinyurl.com/b48wjnk4
📌 See article situation at: https://tinyurl.com/3s93exhe
❤️ Your participation will make the bell even stronger, more drastic, making the woman safer in her home, where they work, and wherever they appear.
📌 For questions about the contest, please contact:
Nguyen Hoang Anh (Ms) | Email: [email protected] | Phone: 091.513.5597
Phương Anh (Source: FPT University Hanoi; International Cooperation & Personal Development ICPDP FPTU)