"Ağacların kəsilməsinə yox" proqramı Heydər Əliyev fondu və IDEA İctimai Birliyi ilə birlikdə həyata keçirilməkdədir.
"Eco Picture Diary 2014" international contest
"Eco Picture Diary" is an environmental contest designed for kids by Panasonic Kids School.
Descrtiption & Concept
The project considers fulfillment of Eco Diaries by school children all over the world, by painting pictures describing environmental problems.
The national stage of "Eco Picture Diary 2014" international kids contest was organized by IDEA Public Union under the auspices of UNESCO, with the support of Heydar Aliyev Center and Panasonic Corporation between September 9 - October 10, 2014.
Within the contest 5000 Eco Diaries were distributed to the school kids in Baku and Ganja cities. 3050 of those Eco Diaries were fulfilled and posted back to the organizer – IDEA.
The jury of the contest, which included the representatives from IDEA Public Union, Heydar Aliyev Center, The Ministry of Education, The Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources, UNESCO, Panasonic, as well as Media and NGOs, selected 20 finalists.
Aylin Yahyazade, the pupil of Classical High School No. 160, was selected the national winner of the contest.
Other finalists were pupils of secondary schools of Baku European Lyceum, High school of Physics, Mathematics and Information Sciences, High school complex of Baku Slavic University, "Ankara school" school-lyceum, secondary schools No. 269, 283, 304 in Baku city, and Gymnasium of Foreign Languages, school No. 1, 6, 22, 25, 28, 34 in Ganja city.
The winner and the 19 finalists of the national stage of “Eco Picture Diary 2014” were awarded with certificates and valuable prizes.
The participants of the contest were expected to draw pictures of actual environmental problems, make a short texts that describe them, and put forward their proposals to solve these problems.
"Eco Picture Diary" international ecological contest has been holding in more than 50 countries since 2008.
The purpose of the project is to promote green thinking among children at early ages, mobilize them for the sake of ecological protection, and formulate an active civil stance on environmental and healthcare protection.