SEARCA Youth COVIDeo Contest: Youth and Locally Grown Food

SEARCA Youth COVIDeo Contest

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With youth involvement in agriculture as one of its priority areas for the 11 Five-Year Plan, the Southeast Asian Regional Center for Postgraduate Studies and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA) is committed to providing platforms for young people on their issues and solutions in agricultural and rural areas. development (ARD), particularly at this time of unprecedented global health crisis. SEARCA’s Young Forces for Agricultural Innovation (# Y4AGRI) is an initiative to engage and empower youth in ARD. Among the objectives of # Y4AGRI is to raise the interest of young people to venture into and pursue careers in agriculture and related fields. In line with this goal and in time for the celebration of International Youth Day on August 12, # Y4AGRI launched the COVIDeo Youth Contest to focus on the youth of Southeast Asia by showcasing their local food production practices combined with their creativity to tell their stories in video format.

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  • Financial coverage: Fully Funded
  • Eligible Regions: Only countries of south east Asia are eligible
  • Deadline: September 11, 2020
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    Eligibility Criteria :

    Open to all Southeast Asian youth aged 15-35 years old.

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    • 1st Prize – USD500
    • 2nd Prize – USD300
    • 3rd Prize – USD150
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    Application Process:

    In 1-3 minutes, tell your story through a video on why and how you grow your food at home, in school, or in the community amidst the pandemic.
    You may tell us practical tips on growing vegetables, composting, harvesting or any process in locally growing your food.
    Tell us about your learnings and the benefits of locally grown foods to your health, family, and community.
    The video must highlight the youth, 15-35 years old, actively engaged in growing food with family, friends or community. An individual or group may be featured in the video.
    Technical specifications of the video:
    Frame size: At least 720p
    Format: MP4, MOV, or WMV
    The video must use the English language or local language with English subtitle.
    Be creative! Unleash your youthful energy and make your video both entertaining and educational. You have the freedom to create any video content within 3 minutes.
    Terms and conditions apply. An entry must be original and has not been submitted to any video contests. Any music or graphics that will be used in the video must be royalty-free. Entries must also ensure that individuals, especially children, have informed consent to participate in the video.
    Send your entries via cloud storage (e.g., Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive) to by 11:59 p.m. (GMT +08:00) on 11 September 2020. Also, attach a copy of your ID showing your birth date. In your email, please indicate the following:
    Full name
    Your country of origin
    Contact number with country code (e.g., +63)
    Location of the video (village/town/city/province/country)
    Brief description of the video

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