NRCS would like to request you to take part in the photo competition and creative works on the occasion of it’s 58th Annual Day.
Rules for photo competition
- The photo can be individual or group related to RC Movement.
- The photos should show actions or appeal or message or engagement in RC action.
- The photo without the proper use of a face mask will not be accepted. Photos should have Red Cross emblem/logo.
- Photos should have a short caption (who, where and what) with #nrcs58 or #nrcsday58.
- An individual can post multiple photos in a different time.
- The photo should be posted on their own Facebook or Twitter page between 24 August to 4 September no later than 17:00 hours
- NRCS can use the photos for promotion in different forms.
- Best photos will be awarded.
Rules for the creative works
Genre: Story, poem/song, art, oratory, audio or video
- The creative works should be related to NRCS, COVID-19, disaster and humanitarian service.
- Nepali or English language can be used as per need.
- NRCS can use those creative works for publication and dissemination.
- Best creation in each genre will be awarded separately. They will be published through different channels.
- Creative works should be posted individually in their post with #nrcs58 or #nrcsday58 within 4 September by 17:00 hours. The creators are encouraged to post the creation in the page: NRCS Social Media Volunteers on COVID-19 (https://www.facebook.com/groups/nrcsvolunteers/)
- An independent panel of the judge will be formed for evaluation for each genre.
- Story: Inspiriting individual stories within 500 words (preferably in the Nepali language).
- Poem/song: Inspiriting individual stories within 200 words (preferably in the Nepali language) in verse or blank verse.
- Art: The art can be done in A4 or A3 size with single or multiple colour.
- Oratory: The subject for the audio or audio-video is” Myself, My Community and Red Cross ” not more than 200 seconds.
- Video: The subject for the video is “NRCS role, history, performance and its services during disasters, COVID-19 and other situations” limited between 150-300 seconds.