We need high-quality, high-impact images of your work to help tell the APMEN story
APMEN was established to bring attention and support to the frequently little-known work of malaria elimination in the Asia Pacific region. Visual communication is one of the most effective ways of sharing information about your work. However we often struggle to find relevant photographs of malaria work in countries that are of sufficient quality or interest to use in APMEN communications.
Therefore, we are inviting APMEN Country Partners (and others) to submit high-quality, high-impact photographs that can be used by the APMEN secretariat for the APMEN website, social media and presentations of the network’s work.
We need images that:
- Have a minimum resolution of 96 dpi (300 dpi is preferred)
- Are 1920 x 1080 pixels or larger
This is an opportunity not only to help us, but also to showcase your work – both local and national – regionally and internationally. All credit will be given and, wherever possible, brief captions will be used to describe the context of the images. So please provide brief descriptions of your photos for this purpose.
It is important that national malaria programmes and efforts are visible, so that key stakeholders can see what is happening and that the local context is made real. Your photographs will help us communicate just how important the work of APMEN and you as our partners is, whilst also celebrating ongoing efforts in the fight against malaria.
To submit images or for further clarification, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you in advance for your help!
Photo credit: @Flickr_dbgg1979, @dikaseva-35077, @lickr_© European UnionECHOMallika Panorat, @abigail-keenan-27292, @Flickr_Montakan Tanchaisawat, @flickr_Rick Senley