Between 20 November and 18 December 2022, Qatar will host the world's largest sporting event, the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. Knowing that sport and health are intertwined, in October 2021, the Ministry of Public Health signed a three-year partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO), FIFA, and the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy to make the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 a beacon for physical and mental health promotion, and a model for ensuring future mega sports events are healthy and safe. In support of this historic agreement, the Ministry of Public Health and the WHO are collaborating to launch a photography competition and exhibition to showcase healthier life choices through the lens of people in Qatar.
Health affects everyone and we each have our own interpretation of what health means to us. To showcase the wide range of ways in which people view health and well-being, they're inviting citizens and residents of Qatar to submit photographs you have taken that best answer your view on "What does health mean to me?".
How you choose to represent one or multiple themes in your photo(s) is up to you! The winning entries will be displayed in a photography exhibition at Oxygen Park in Doha, from mid-October 2022 until the end of the year. The winning entries will be featured on the social media and online platforms of the Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) and World Health Organization (WHO) and partner organizations of the Healthy FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™initiative. Participation is free.
Source and image credit: MOPH Qatar
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