By_Tetyana_Redko1 June 2011, Kyiv – Tetyana Redka, 14, from Simferopol, was announced the winner of the UN International Drawing Contest “Draw for the Planet – Draw for the Future!” under the auspicious of the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sport of Ukraine, for her work “The nature suffers, but still will rescue us”, which calls on citizens to reconsider our attitude towards environment.

By_Tetyana_Redko1 June 2011, Kyiv – Tetyana Redka, 14, from Simferopol, was announced the winner of the UN International Drawing Contest “Draw for the Planet – Draw for the Future!” under the auspicious of the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sport of Ukraine, for her work “The nature suffers, but still will rescue us”, which calls on citizens to reconsider our attitude towards environment.

By_Tetyana_Redko1 June 2011, Kyiv – Tetyana Redka, 14, from Simferopol, was announced the winner of the UN office in Ukraine International Drawing Contest “Draw for the Planet – Draw for the Future!” under the auspicious of the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sport of Ukraine, for her work “The nature suffers, but still will rescue us”, which calls on citizens to reconsider their attitude towards environment.Other winners:

2nd  place – Danylo Grynishyn, 13, from Pervomaysk, Kharkivska oblast’, “Dirty water”;
3rd  place – Victoria Bogonos, 13, from Sakhamin, Khmelnytska oblast, “Banned zone”;
4th place – Anastasiya Tymoshenko, Ternopil oblast, “The nature’s soul is sensitive and kind”;
5th place – Olesya Dubas, 11, Yalta, “Let’s give them the last chance”.

Besides the main category, two winners have been chosen in the special nomination “Save the Dnipro river”:

  • Oksana Golovachova, Kharkiv, “We stand for the pure nature”
  • Tetyana Krushelnytska, Ternopil “The nature is ashamed of us – people”

An official awarding ceremony of the winners will kick off the celebration of the World Environment Day in Kyiv, on 5 June, in Mariyinskyi  Park, summer stage “Rakushka” at 12 pm.

Organizational committee of the International drawing competition, organized by the UN office in Ukraine, received around 2, 000 drawings from Ukraine, China, Moldova and Turkey during the period of 1 March – 10 May 2011.

Winners were selected by a jury of UN officials, environmental experts and artists, including Olivier Adam, UN Resident Coordinator, Dmytro Rushchak, Manager of UNDP - GEF Dnipro Basin Environment Programme, Svitlana Nigorodova, Manger of GEF Small Grants Programme in Ukraine, Vasyl Tolkachov,  Manager of UNDP /GEF Strengthening governance and financial sustainability of the national protected area system in Ukraine Project, an artist Akbar Khurasani,  Oleksandr Ivaniuk, Editor in Chief of Odnoklsnyk magazine, Olena Shamray, representative of the National Youth Ecological Centre at the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sport of Ukraine, and Natalia Goncharuk, Marketing Coordinator at “Olympus” office in Ukraine. For more information about the contest rules and regulations please click here.

Exhibition with selected entries will be organized in Mariyinskyi Park, summer stage “Rakushka”, Kyiv, during the celebration of the World Environment Day on 5 June.

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   Drawing by Victoria Bogonos

 

 

Drawing by Danylo Grynishyn

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Drawing by Tetyana Krushelnytska

 

 

 

 

Drawing by Oksana Golovachova

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Drawing by Olesya Dubas

Agenda of the World Environment Day “Let’s Save the Nature!”

5 June, Mariyinskyi Park, summer stage “Rakushka”, Kyiv

Time

Activity

12:00 pm – 12:40 pm

Opening of the World Environment Day “Let’s  Save the Nature!”, awarding ceremony of the  International Drawing contest “Draw for the Planet – Draw for the Future!’. Communication with mass media.

12:40 pm – 2:30 pm

Concert “Sounds of Nature” organized by Mariyinskyi Park and partners, drawings of participants of the contest “Draw for the Future – Draw for the Planet” and eco-goods exhibition, master – classes on:

  • Clay modeling,  “Trypillya doll”;
  • Wool weaving;
  • Straw netting;
  • Pottery master class;
  • Ukrainian embroidery;
  • Jewelry bracelets;
  • Paper quilling;
  • Ukrainian reeled dolls “Lyalka - motanka”;
  • Celtic  Jewelry;
  • Drawing;
  • Ecological bee-keeping;
  • Gardening;

Also interactive games for children.

1:00 pm  – 2:00 pm

Children drawing on asphalt contest

2:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Closure of the World Environmental Day celebration, pop-singer Alyosha performance.

More information:
Olena Sadovnik
Communications Associate
UN Office in Ukraine
Tel.: +38 (044) 254 00 35
Email: olena.sadovnik@un.org.ua