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#HealthForAll Film Festival 2020: Awards Ceremony pscp.tv/w/cYlpZzI2MTAy…
"WHO is a science-based organization. But sometimes stories and films have the power to inspire and to change things in a way that science and evidence don’t"-@DrTedros #HealthForAll #Film4Health
"To fulfil WHO’s mission, it’s clear to me that we need to use every tool at our disposal, including the arts. I’m delighted to be here today to announce the winners of WHO’s inaugural #HealthForAll Film Festival"-@DrTedros #Film4Festival
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TODAY! BIG DAY!
WHO will announce the award winners of the first ever #HealthForAll Film Festival.

Watch this space: 17h30 CEST/15h30 GMT

More bit.ly/3ccwb9e

#Film4Health
WHO’s first-ever #HealthForAll Film Festival received nearly 1,300 submissions from more than 110 countries, on a wide range of health topics.

A shortlist of about 15 submissions per category has been selected 👉 bit.ly/2wyIMUL
#Film4Health
Films shortlisted in the 'video reports' category of our #HealthForAll Film Festival cover topics such as mental health, noncommunicable diseases, reproductive health, air pollution and others.

Find out more 👉 bit.ly/2wyIMUL

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"Exactly 40 years ago today, on the 8th of May 1980, the World Health Assembly officially declared that “the world and all its peoples have won freedom from #smallpox”-@DrTedros

"#Smallpox is the first and, to date, the only human disease to be eradicated globally.

Until it was wiped out, smallpox had plagued humanity for at least 3000 years, killing 300 million people in the 20th century alone"-@DrTedros
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WHO’s inaugural #HealthForAll Film Festival received nearly 1300 submissions from more than 110 countries, on a wide range of health topics.
Check out our official selection to be considered by a distinguished jury 👉 bit.ly/2wyIMUL
#Film4Health
Films shortlisted in the video reports category of our #HealthForAll Film Festival cover topics such as mental health, noncommunicable diseases, reproductive health, air pollution and others.
Find out more 👉 bit.ly/2wyIMUL
#Film4Health
Animation can be a powerful means of helping us to understand health issues. Here is our shortlist of categories in this category ➡️ bit.ly/2wyIMUL
#HealthForAll
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"The #COVID19 pandemic continues to take a massive toll not just on health, but on so many parts of life.

Yesterday, the Government of 🇯🇵 & the Intl. @Olympics Committee took a difficult but wise decision to postpone @Tokyo2020 Games"-@DrTedros #coronavirus
"I thank PM @AbeShinzo & the members of the @Olympics for making this sacrifice to protect the health of athletes, spectators & officials. We look forward to next year's Olympics & Paralympics, which we hope will be a bigger & better celebration of our shared humanity"-@DrTedros
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We want YOU!
Calling all filmmakers covering health to submit your best short film 📽️ to the first-ever #HealthforAll Film Festival.
We have 3 categories - find more information at bit.ly/Film4Health
#Film4Health
Films 🎞️ are a great way to share experiences and knowledge and prompt action that can change and save lives.
In May 2020, at #WHA73, WHO will host the first-ever #HealthForAll Film Festival in Geneva🇨🇭
Find out how you can participate
👉🏾bit.ly/Film4Health #FilmForHealth
Tell your story!
If you’ve made a film 🎞️ about health we want to hear from you. Any kind of movie and any kind of subject - provided it focuses on health.
More: bit.ly/Film4Health
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