A photo contest was also announced last October to boost support towards the launch of the “New Normal” in Port Moresby.
Contestants were encouraged to write a piece of less than 250 words to accompany the photo.
The following are the winners of the Photo Contest; Imelda Wangi Wavik, Fabian Bongai, Olivia A'torea Fabila, Johnetta Lili and Paula Walo.
Their pictures promoted a scene where women and girls are respected and feel safe to be able to claim the public spaces of the city as their own.
The campaign, Sanap Wantaim (Stand Together), seeks to bring men and women, boys and girls as allies and partners in making the city of Port Moresby safe for everyone.
“We are all responsible for making this city safe, and a safe city for women and girls is a great city for everyone,” says Hip-hop artist and newly appointed Youth Champion, Jay Liesi.
The Sanap Wantaim campaign has been established to rally men and boys throughout the city to stand side by side with women and girls.
All five winners selected and will each receive a cash prize of K1000.
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