September 23, 2021

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Iranian small children gain awards at FAO Globe Food items Day Poster Contest

TEHRAN – Two Iranian young children have won awards at the Environment Foods Day Poster Contest that has been structured by the Foodstuff and Agriculture Group (FAO) of the United Nations.

Atrin Afshari-Tavana took initially prize in the 5-8 age group, the organizers have introduced. About her portray, she wrote, “Farmers are the greatest champions in the entire world.”

Atrin’s sister, Anahita, took 3rd in the 9-12 age group. “My food items heroes around the world are gals and moms who cultivate meals with all their may possibly and give it to men and women all in excess of the globe,” she mentioned about her do the job.

The art contest was arranged for small children in between ages 5 to 19 to celebrated World Foods Working day. The organizers known as on all youngsters close to the environment to use their creativeness and generate a poster of their most loved food stuff hero at do the job.

“The earth is comprehensive of food heroes – from farmers to drivers, store assistants, foods bank or govt associates etc., who, inspite of many worries this kind of as the recent COVID-19 pandemic, function tough to make guaranteed that food items tends to make its way from farms to our desk,” the organizers claimed in their assertion for the contest.

“Let’s celebrate their excellent endeavours this Earth Food stuff Day. Younger minds can be impressed by our Globe Food items Working day Action Book that talks about the significant job foods heroes perform in the meals method and how everybody can occur together and acquire motion to assist our food stuff heroes so they can offer the healthier diet plans we want, when preserving the earth,” added the statement.

The winner of next prize in the 5-8 age team is  Joone Huzaifa Jamali from Tanzania. “Each and each individual farmer all over the planet is working hard so that we do not confront starvation… regardless of different problems, such as the existing COVID-19 pandemic doing the job hard to guarantee that ‘food will make its way to our table’,” she wrote about her artwork.
 
Third prize went to Tao Yanxi from China.

Deepshikha De from India won first prize in the 9-12 age team.

“There are lots of books on superheroes who save the globe. I have shown the Foods Heroes in the webpages of the guide I painted. In the middle, I have proven well balanced nutrition that is feasible only because of the Food stuff Heroes,” she wrote.

Manya Anoop from the United Arab Emirates won next prize in this category.

“There is an improve in need for materials, and we are all sending a thank you to our farmers when we arrive home with clean vegetables… in the course of this pandemic situation,” she wrote.

The winners of the 13-15 age team are Pavel Milanovski from North Macedonia, Nafisa Nuren from Bangladesh, and Xinyu Du from China.

In the 16-19 age group, Soyeon Kim from South Korea received initially prize. Amgalangoo Tsend Ayush from Mongolia and Arina Afla Safa Putri from Indonesia won second and third prizes respectively.

Picture: This mixture photograph demonstrates paintings by Iranian sisters Atrin and Anahita Afshari-Tavana, who received prizes at the FAO Planet Food Working day Poster Contest.

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