How To Join The International Wiki Loves Earth Photography Competition From Ghana

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By OFWA

Wiki Loves Earth is an annual photography contest that seeks to garner scenic photos of natural landscapes and environment while providing an opportunity for participants to win both local and international prizes. Open Foundation West Africa (OFWA), is happy to officially represent Ghana as a participating country this year.


The contest is scheduled to run from 15 May to 15 June 2019.

Ghana has a lot of natural heritage which hasn't been well represented on Wikipedia and thus the importance to participate in this competition as a medium to showcase the beauty of Ghana to the world.


Ghana, regarded as the gateway to Africa, has scenic views of its forest reserves, waterfalls, mountains, wildlife sanctuaries, caves, rivers, rocks and gardens in almost all of its regions. Just to mention a few, there's Kakum national park in the Central region, Wli waterfalls and Mount Afadjato in the Volta region. Read more here


The contest is scheduled to run from 15 May to 15 June 2019.

Ghana has a lot of natural heritage which hasn't been well represented on Wikipedia and thus the importance to participate in this competition as a medium to showcase the beauty of Ghana to the world.


Ghana, regarded as the gateway to Africa, has scenic views of its forest reserves, waterfalls, mountains, wildlife sanctuaries, caves, rivers, rocks and gardens in almost all of its regions. Just to mention a few, there's Kakum national park in the Central region, Wli waterfalls and Mount Afadjato in the Volta region. Read more here


Ghanaians are encouraged to participate in this competition by embarking on individual or group photo hunting to capture these natural heritage.


Join the Ghana team to participate in the contest by visiting the campaign page or by uploading your photos via the upload link. You can subscribe to our activities via our website and be updated with more news by signing up to our newsletter.


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Photo credit: Sandister Tei/ CC BY-SA 3.0

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