Officially and live broadcast on social media platforms, the results of the BEVOL International Photography Contest 2019 have been announced for the best photo of volunteer work.
The list included the names of the winners of the first ten places, in which the first place went to the volunteer participant Rami Salem from Syria, where the picture he participated in was fully admired by the evaluation committee due to the strong message it carries, which expresses the extent of love and goodness that a person can He carries it to his human brother, in which a young man with an amputated leg appears to install prosthetic limbs for another young man with amputated legs in a voluntary work and in a way that “shorts out humanity”
The evaluation committee consisted of a number of specialists in the artistic, media and psychological fields, in which international artist Ali Farzat – Dutch journalist and researcher Rena Rena Netjis – and child rights consultant Ms. Najida Laghreeb – and TV director Ihab Morsi participated.
Contest winners prizes:
First place: Ramy Salem won a prize of $1,000 + 100 Bevol points.
Second place: Mustafa Sultan won a prize of $750 + 75 Bevol points.
Third place: Ghaith Al-Sayed won a prize of $500 + 50 Bevol points.
From fourth to tenth place, they won 50 Bevol points for each position.
Points have been added to the international volunteer card for all winners, who can benefit from them to obtain discounts and benefits offered by the sponsoring companies to volunteer on the Bevol platform, and cash prizes will be handed over to the first three winners soon.
The Sheikh Taher Al-Zawi Charitable Foundation, as a partner in the BEVOL international platform, congratulates all the winners and wishes Al-Baqqa the best of luck in the upcoming entries.