Send a holiday e-card of one of the winning photos of the "My Telecentre@Work" contest!

As already announced last week: Sara Mora Tormo from Gavarda Telecentre (Valencia, Spain) has sent in Europe's winning album of the MyTelecentre@Work Photo Essay Contest.

Out of a total of more than 100 entries, another 5 winners were selected in the other global regions:

  1. Galina Kuzmina, Gorodishchenskoye Central Library, Russia - "Five Moments of One Story"
  2. Lisis Sofía Gómez Lozad, Secretaría de Educación de Santander y la UNAD Florida, Colombia - "MiTelecentro@Trabajo"
  3. P. Raron, The Research Center of Communication and Development Knowledge Management (CCDKM), Thailand - "ThaiTelecentre for All"
  4. Ahmed Eisa, GEDAREF Digital City Organization, Sudan - "GDCO Bridging the Digital Divide" [123]
  5. Seema Saady AlKabi, Information Technology Authority, Oman - "Different Images of the Centers of the Knowledge Society in the Sul..."

Congratulations to all the winners! They will each receive a Telecentre.org Foundation goody bag with some of our favorite telecentre.org items. 

To view the winning photo essays, click on the links beside each name, or better yet, send a holiday e-card featuring photos from the winning entries and start spreading some good cheer!

Happy Holidays!

» Visit the full list of contestants and their submitted photos

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Comment by Sara Mora Tormo on December 28, 2011 at 11:16

Good morning, thanks to all who have nominated me as one of the 100 Outstanding Telecentre Women Managers, is a great honor for me. And winning the contest of Europe "" My Telecentre @ Work "is a wonderful gift (and I do not mean material goods), is a shared success with the people who supported me in my work and all of you who have voted me.

Thanks for everything and everything, and "to continue working on expanding learning opportunities and development of groups and communities in poverty through access and effective use of TICs.
Happy new year 2012!
Feliz año nuevo.