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Drawing Competitions

YUNGA has been holding international drawing competitions on important environmental issues since it was founded in 2009. We have been swept away by thousands and thousands of amazing submissions, giving our UN judges the tough task of selecting the most creative and expressive drawings as winners.

Each competition is divided into three age groups: 6-10, 11-15 and 16-20 years old. Three prizes are awarded in each age category:

  • First place: US$ 500
  • Second place: US$ 200
  • Third place: US$ 100

The good news is, even if your drawing doesn’t win this time, so many of the submissions we receive are so wonderful that we can’t resist using them to bring our Challenge Badges to life. So… Watch this space for the next opportunity to take part! 

Food for a healthy world

2013

This competition aimed to promote awareness of the importance of a diversity of nutritious foods for a healthy environment and for healthy people. For some background on sustainable diets, take a look at the call for submissions here. We received almost 400 drawings from 42 different countries for this competition. Take a look at some of the top drawings here. First prizes were won by: 

Ada Maria Ciontu, aged 9, Romania
On Ki Ma, aged 15, Hong Kong
Jamille Aguilar, aged 18, Philippines

Protecting our fisheries - inheriting a healthier world

2012

This competition intended to enhance awareness of the importance of responsible fisheries among children and young people and to provide them with the knowledge to help them become responsible adults and active agents of change in our society. For some background on sustainable fisheries, take a look at the call for submissions here. We received over 1 000 drawings from 50 different countries for this competition. Take a look at some of the top drawings here. First prizes were won by:

Ivander Japutra, aged 6, Indonesia
Aryton Andrés Hernández Correa, aged 12, Uruguay
Paul Kevin F. Peralta, aged 18, Philippines

Our hands together for our nature

2011

This competition intended to help raise awareness of the importance of forest and motivate and support children and young people to take action and protect their environment. For some background on the 2011 International Year of Forests, take a look at the call for submissions here

We received over 2 800 drawings from over 60 different countries for this competition. Take a look at some of the top drawings here. First prizes were won by:

Wigavee Rattamanee, aged 10, Thailand
Naylee Nagda, aged 15, Kenya (also overall winner)
Louisa Luk, aged 17, China

Young hands together for diversity

2010

This competition was part of a worldwide youth education initiative on biodiversity to provide children and young people with useful information and help them participate in protecting, preserving and improving biodiversity in their communities. For some background on the 2010 International Year of Biodiversity, take a look at the call for submissions here. We received over 3 000 drawings from over 60 different countries for this competition! Take a look at some of the top drawings here. First prizes and an overall prize were won by:

Tae Gyeong Hahn, aged 10, Republic of Korea
Aby Abraham, aged 12, Qatar
Anjali Chandrashekar, aged 16, India
Justino Hernández Gonzalez, aged 20, Mexico (overall winner)

Our world, our climate, our food

2009

We received 1 400 drawings from 49 different countries for this competition. The winning drawing was used as the logo for our Food Security and Climate Change Challenge Badge:

Chan Hiu Wing, aged 16, Hong Kong