FSNet-Africa Stakeholder Engagement Dialogue Art and Video Competition

FSNet-Africa Stakeholder Engagement Dialogue Art and Video Competition

Do you care about the environment? Do you believe that we need to protect our planet to protect our future?

FSNet-Africa and AUDA-NEPAD invite the youth (under the age of 18) in our network to connect for climate change and sustainability by sharing a short video or artwork. You can send us a photo, drawing, painting, sculpture, or any other type of artwork that shows us:

  • Why we should care about the environment.
  • What we should be doing to protect the planet.
  • Why you care about the environment.
  • Why you think it is important that we take care of it.

There are two categories to enter:

  • The best artwork
  • The best video (less than 90 seconds)

Need some inspiration? Check out what Chiko says about climate change and sustainability.

The six best works of art and the six best videos will be showcased at our FSNet-Africa Stakeholder Engagement Dialogue, which is taking place in October 2023, during the session on ‘Climate-smart and sustainable food systems for Africa’. The audience members will vote for their favourite artwork and video.

Winners will be announced on 18 October 2023 at the FSNet-Africa Stakeholder Engagement Dialogue.

Prizes to be won:

  • $30 book voucher for the best artwork (or an amount equivalent to $30 in your country)
  • $30 book voucher for the best video (or an amount equivalent to $30 in your country)

The deadline for submissions is 18 September 2023.


To enter:

Your parent or guardian must complete and sign the consent form available here: https://bit.ly/3KEMkHV

Complete the entry form available here: https://bit.ly/3E15zrf

(The entry form has a place where you will attach/upload the consent form your parent completed, a photograph of your artwork, and/or your video.)


Terms and conditions:

Only individuals under the age of 18 will be permitted to enter the competition.

Only original artworks and videos will be considered.

Entrees will only be considered if a consent form has been signed by a parent or guardian and submitted with the entry form.