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Monday, July 10, 2017
The painting-drawing contest on climate change in the urban development time
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On May 27, 2017 in Thanh Hai commune of Phan Rang-Thap Cham city of the south-central province of Ninh Thuan, the Committee on Capacity Building and the Implementation of the Water-sector ODA Projects combined with the community consultation committee of Thanh Hai commune and Thanh Hai Kindergarten to jointly organise a programme on climate change communications, which is interweaved with the 2016-2017 school year review programme.

This is one of many communications activities under the “Integrated water resource management and urban planning related to climate change in Ninh Thuan province’.

Within the programme on climate change communications, more than 200 teachers, pupils, and their parents attended a contest on drawing paintings on climate change in the urban development time.

All the paintings have their own soul and messages, but their common highlight is that they convey activities on responding to climate change, such as picking up rubbish on the beaches, protection of trees, mitigation of impacts from climate change, and greening the earth in response to the World Environment Day.


Painter groups

The group No.4 is talking about their communication message

In addition to participating in the painting drawing contest, pupils also engaged in many exciting activities such as dancing, singing, and playing games, which were all about their affection for their schools, the country, the sea, islands and environmental protection via picking up rubbish, and saving water.

Via these activities, the programme on climate change communications has contributed to giving the pupils a better understanding on how to protect the environment, and also it attracted attention and interest from teachers and pupils’ parents into instructing pupils to conduct activities to protect the environment, and accordingly help respond to climate change.

A number of images in the programme

Fashion show on environmental protection

Awarding ceremony

Kids participating in classifying rubbish