Wiki In Africa are pleased to announce that the winners of the Wiki Loves Africa photographic and media competition were declared at Wiki Indaba in Tunis. The international jury had the daunting task of selecting the final set of amazing photographs depicting people working across the continent from a record 18,294 photographs (entered by 2,473 people). Other prizes for photo essays were chosen by the organisers and fellow Wikimedians.
There are 6 winners at the international level! Congratulations to every one of them!
In addition to these prizes above, and in a new category devised for this year, there were prizes given to photographic collections or photo essays that illustrated either Women at Work or Rare or Traditional ways of working. There was an amazing response to this request. You can read more about the category and the criteria for selection here and view the photo essays that were submitted.
The winners in the photo essay category for Rare or Threatened Traditional Ways of Working was The making of thatch in Nigeria by user:Eric Atie and the winner for the category Women at Work was Zanzibar seaweeds in Tanzania by user:Rachelclarareed.
Congratulations to all of the winners !!