1st Pakistan Cables Children’s Art contest held to commemorate Int’l Day of Forest

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To commemorate the International Day of Forest 2022, a children’s art contest was organized by Pakistan Cables Limited for its employees ‘children. The contest invited entries from contestants in two categories that included Why Forest are Important? (6-11 years old) and Forests and sustainable production and consumption (12-14 years old). Renowned artists, Ms. Durriya Kazi and Ms. Bina Ali were the judges for the contest.

The winners of the contest include:

Category 01

1st Prize: Syed Murtaza Hasan s/o Syed Muhammad Hasan (KHI)

2nd Prize: Syeda Zehra Hasan d/o Syed Muhammad Hasan (KHI)

3rd Prize: Aroush Akhtar d/o Fahim Akthar (KHI)

Special mention Appreciation: Mohammad Taha s/o M. Qasim Khan (LHR)

Category 02

1st Prize: Momina Salman d/o Rao Salman (KHI)

2nd Prize: Syed Mustafa Hasan s/o Syed Muhammad Hasan (KHI)

3rd Prize: Anjiya Mehboob d/o Rehana Mehboob (KHI)

Special mention Appreciation: Warda Naeem d/o Naeem Akhtar (KHI)

All winners of the contest were awarded prizes at a colorful ceremony organized at the Pakistan Cables Urban Forest. Speaking on the occasion, the judges encouraged young artists to continue expressing themselves through art with thought provoking creations. The judges appreciated Pakistan Cables for taking the initiative and promoting advocacy among children on environmental conservation. “Connecting with children and encouraging them to voice their views through art with nature is possibly the best way to create impact in the long run”, commented Fahd K. Chinoy CEO Pakistan Cables Ltd.

Pakistan Cables Urban Forest is home to over 50,000 trees located at Nooriabad. It is the first and largest Miyawaki based forest on an industrial estate in Pakistan. The 1 st Pakistan Cables Children’s Art Contest 2022 was organized to invite employees and their children to create awareness and promote environmental advocacy.

 

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