Nghe An province launches photo contest about farmers following Uncle Ho’s teachings

Uncle Ho visited Dong Hieu farm in Nghe An province's Nghia Dan district (Photo: 

Accordingly, the photo contest aims to comprehensively reflect the movements: "Farmers emulate good production and business, unite to help each other enrich and reduce poverty sustainably”; “Farmers join hands to build new style rural areas”; "Farmers participate in ensuring national defense and security"; and construction works and achievements launched by farmers’ associations at all levels, directed and guided by members and conducted by farmers.

The contest also focuses on reflecting new models, which apply high technology, advanced techniques, cooperation, and production association and economic restructuring models.

Besides, the contest also reflects moments in life, productive labour, beauty of daily life, cultural, artistic and sports activities of farmers in the province. It also honours the example of good people, good deeds, and typical advanced collectives and individuals in the work of the Farmers’ Association and the peasant movement; farmers studying and following Ho Chi Minh's ideology, morality and style; the tradition of mutual affection and mutual help to rise together in life, labour, production, economic development, hunger eradication, poverty alleviation, sustainable enrichment and building cultural life.

Chairman of the Nghe An Provincial People's Council, Head of the organizing Board of the contest Nguyen Quang Tung said that the purpose of the contest is to diversify communication methods of the work and movements of the Farmers’ Association; raising the sense of responsibility of all levels, sectors and society towards the farmer class. At the same time, it also recognizes and honours contributions of the Nghe An farmer class to the development of agriculture, the construction of new style rural areas and smart urban areas.

The contest is open to all Vietnamese citizens, with no age limit. Each contestant can submit a maximum of 10 works to the contest. The entries can be single photos, series of photos, or photojournalism works which have not been displayed or submitted to any provincial or national photo contests and exhibitions.

The contest will include one first prize, two second prizes, three third prizes and nine consolation prizes.

The organizing board will receive entries for the contest until the end of September 30, 2021./.


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