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Earth Day: drawing and essay contest for children

23/04/2018 - 07:51
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The Earth Day aims at uniting people of our planet to protect the environment. The EU funded UzWaterAware project together with the CAREC Branch in Uzbekistan announced children’s contest on the following topics: “Earth and water”, “My Uzbekistan and water resources”.

The Earth Day aims at uniting people of our planet to protect the environment. The EU funded UzWaterAware project together with the CAREC Branch in Uzbekistan announced children’s contest on the following topics: “Earth and water”, “My Uzbekistan and water resources”.

Children at the age of 6-16 from all over the republic are welcome to participate. CAREC accepts applications until July 1, 2018. The contest works are divided into three categories:

Category 1 – pupils of 1-4 classes,

Category 2 – pupils of 5-7 classes,

Category 3 – pupils of 8-9 classes.

UzWaterAware Project Manager Dr Jusipbek Kazbekov explained the main goal of the contest: “Within our project, we are trying to attract the attention of the entire population of Uzbekistan to water issues and efficient consumption of water for the future. And work with children in this direction is of particular importance. Children should learn a respectful attitude to water, nature and the environment in general from the very childhood. We hope that this contest will help us in this”.

The pictures with thematical titles and/or creative essays are accepted to the following e-mail: uzbekistan@carececo.org. The application must include parents contacts and brief information about participants. Also, it is recommended to mark the letter as “Children’s contest of UzWaterAware project”.

Best authors in each category will receive valuable prizes, and creative works will be awarded with consolation prizes in different nominations. 

For your information! What can you do on the Earth Day? Clean trash outdoors and near water resources – ditches, ponds; plant trees and other greens; walk or ride a bicycle instead of using a car.

For more information about UzWaterAware, please, follow the link.

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