The World Wildlife Day (WWD), which is celebrated every year on March 3rd, to dedicate raising awareness of the world’s wild fauna and flora. So to celebrate the same, the International Fund for Animal Welfare(IFAW) has announced its fourth annual international youth art contest globally. The Secretariat of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) collaborated with the IFWA. The theme designed for 2022, Recovering Key Species for Ecosystem Restoration, is to conserve endangered species and ecosystems.
As the International youth contest has got a lot of success previously from all over the world, this fourth annual contest will be for children aged 4-18, and this will bring them a connection with the natural world as well as it will lead them to be more creative in the way that embraces critical importance of conservation. As this will be a contest, the prestigious international panel of judges will select 12 finalists and one prize winner, and their names will be announced on March 3, 2022.
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) is global non-profit helping animals and people thrive together founded in 1969 with offices in 15 countries and projects of more than 40; moreover, it is the largest animal welfare organization globally. The primary purpose is to rescue and protect animals around the world. We match fresh thinking with bold action and partner with local communities, governments, non-governmental organizations, and businesses.
Below are the Brief details about the contest:
|Organization||International Fund for Animal Welfare|
|Education Level||Children aged 4-18|
|Number of Awards||N/A|
|Nationality||Domestic and international|
|Contest Deadline||January 18, 2022|
|Application Fees||Not required|
Who is Eligible?
- School going children
- Aged from 4-18
How to Apply?
The participants eligible for the contest can register themselves on the ‘ submit your entry here’ link given below the page. As the organization is seeking artwork from children, so all contestants can make their best artwork by keeping the theme under consideration. The artwork should be submitted by contestants electronically through IFWA’s art contest webpage.
For further details about this year’s World Wildlife day contest, you can visit the website https://wildlifeday.org.
Or can contact on Rodger Correa / email@example.com / 202-834-6637
The program held for awareness among people about animals Welfare will bring attention to endangered wildlife. Students appearing for the contest will be a part of a WWD and the 12 finalists that are to be selected by the judges. The best one will be given the 1st winner of this contest. So, get ready to welcome exciting prizes and many more.
All the interested participants should submit their application and artwork before the deadline of Jan 16, 2022. Retarded applications will not be accepted.