UNICEF Kenya #Reimagine Competition 2020

Application Deadline: 6th November 2020.

UNICEF’s Reimagine campaign
is a global fundraising appeal to respond, recover, and reimagine a post-COVID-19 world fit for children.

Under 24? Time on your hands? Let us challenge you to a competition. Do you have an idea, dream, or vision for the world you want to see after coronavirus? UNICEF has launched #Reimagine, a global campaign to prevent the COVID-19 pandemic from becoming a lasting crisis for children. We want to harness your energy and creativity and support you to inspire society. Tell us about the world you would like to see after COVID-19 and how each of us can make a difference.


To enter the challenge, you must be:
– living in Kenya and be aged 10 to 24 (on 31 October 2020). There will be two age groups – 10 to 15 and 16 to 24.

Reimagine Challenge

You can participate in the challenge by submitting a story, video, audio or photos. 


In 500 words, what kind of world do you re-imagine post-COVID-19?


Create a video or audio (less than 2 minutes) on the world you re-imagine post COVID-19.


Share a photo/photo essay or your artwork on social media on the world you re-imagine post COVID-19. 

Selection and Prizes

A panel of expert judges will review all entries and select the finalists and winners. There will be 2 winners (1 male, 1 female) and up to 10 finalists in each age group. Winners and finalists will receive a certificate and prize (school bag for 10-15 and Generation Unlimited t-shirt for 16-24). We will publish the best work on the UNICEF Kenya website and social media, and share with national TV, radio and newspapers, for World Children’s Day on 20 November 2020.


The competition opens on 6 October and will run until 6 November 2020.

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the UNICEF Kenya #Reimagine Competition 2020



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