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The organization "Keep Georgia Tidy" announced an eco-competition for schoolchildren on April 22, in connection with Earth Day , which aimed 3b-136bad5cf58d_ to encourage eco-activism in the new generation and drawing public attention to environmental problems.


The participants had to involve their family members in the process of creating works and present a joint result. 

Schoolchildren from almost all regions of Georgia and their family members took part in the competition. 0_cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b- 136bad5cf58d_ The participant created  a communication material on the topic of environmental protection and presented  his own vision of solving the problem.

"If we don't reduce the rest, there is no point in the rest!" - This message belongs to one of the winners, Mariam Bedia, who  is from Inchkhuri village of Samegrelo.  Mariam, together with her mother, collected useless

He found a new function for things and offered such a way to reduce waste to society.

Lizi Mekvabishvili is another winner of the competition from Jumati village of Guria. He learned to make compost at school, and as part of the competition, he started composting with his family members in his own yard and turns household waste into eco-friendly fertilizer.

Lili Davies-Dolaberidze is a participant of the competition  from Tbilisi. He  has created environmental posters with his siblings and mother to show people how they can save the environment, reduce waste and become more eco-friendly.

The best contestants   were identified by a special jury, which included  the Environmental Information and Education Center of the Ministry of Environment Protection and Agriculture of Georgia,_cc781905-5cde-3194-bb 3b-136bad5cf58d_ of education, Ministry of Science, Culture and Sports, Solid Waste Management Company,  Green Movement,  Environmental Representatives of organizations Seni, Orkis and Let's protect the cleanliness of Georgia.


We remind you that the competition "Take care of the environment and win" was held within the project "Protect the cleanliness of Georgia".

The project "Protect the Cleanliness of Georgia" is implemented by a consortium of non-governmental organizations: "Protect the Cleanliness of Georgia", the Union of Nature Researchers of Georgia "Orkis" and the Georgian Green Movement/Friends of the Earth-Georgia", with the financial support of the Swedish Government and the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sports of Georgia. Also with the support of the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture of Georgia, "Environmental Information and Education Center" LLC and "Georgian Solid Waste Management Company" LLC.

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