International Festival Mitsubishi Asian Children’s Enikki Festa Application open for all Asian international countries. Children are requested to send their ENIKKI. Mitsubishi Asian Children’s Enikki Festa 2021-2022. Mitsubishi Asian Children’s Picture-Diary Festival Let’s introduce our daily life to other children in Asia.
Government of Nepal, Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Information of the Secretariat of the Nepal National Commission for UNESCO, Singha Durbar, Kathmandu. Children are requested to send their ENIKKI. Mitsubishi Asian Children’s Enikki Festa 2021-2022.
Mitsubishi Asian Children’s Picture-Diary Festival Let’s introduce our daily life to other children in Asia.
Let’s express ourselves in a picture diary. The art festival is being organized with the aim of introducing children from all over the world to the daily life of the people of Asia through picture diaries. This is the participation of children from 24 different countries in Asia. The children of our country are requested to write a picture diary titled My Life.
Wouldn’t you like to participate in this children’s picture-diary festival by describing five days to let other Asian friends know about your enjoyable daily life?
Each entry should be five pages long. Each page should contain a description of an event in your daily life and a brief description of it. (Using paint or crayon on drawing paper).
A4 size (297 mm x 210) vertical page at the top of the picture and below the picture should write a few words. Write the picture in two parts (upper) of the three parts of the paper and write a description of the picture in one part (lower) in three to five letters.
Qualification: Children in the age group of 6 to 12 years.
This is my life any aspect of my daily life, such as: family, friends, school life, customs, festivals, costumes, culture, nature, environment, rural and urban environment, etc.)
Picture diary sending period:
The Secretariat of the Nepal National Commission for UNESCO, Singha Durbar, will have to arrive in Kathmandu from 17th of Asar to 14th of Kartik, 2078 BS.
When sending a picture-diary, you should send it along with the recommendation of your school.
Awards of Mitsubishi Asian Children’s Enikki Festa
- Grand Prix Award (one from each country).
- As a prize, each Grand Prix Award winner will be invited to visit Japan to participate in an awards ceremony and cultural exchange program.
- Mitsubishi Public Affairs Committee Award (one from each country).
- Asian Pacific Federation of UNESCO Clubs and Associations Award (one from each country).
- National Federation of UNESCO Associations in Japan Award (one from each country).
- Excellence Award (one from each country).
Bangladesh, Bhutan, Weaving, Darussalam, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Korea, Lao, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, China-Taipei, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Vietnam and Japan.
1. Mitsubishi Public Affairs Committee,
2. Asian Pacific Federation of UNESCO Clubs and Associations in Japan,
3. National Federation of UNESCO Associations in Japan
Financial and technical assistance
Mitsubishi Company, Japan
Secretariat of Nepal National Commission for UNESCO Singha Durbar, Kathmandu
For detailed information: Secretariat of Nepal National Commission for UNESCO, Singha Durbar, Kathmandu, Phone no. Information can be obtained from: 4200559/560/562, Email: email@example.com Website: nncu.org.np and Mobile Number: 9841518807 (Focal Person).
Introduction of Mitsubishi Asian Children’s Enikki Festa International Festival
Encouraging Asian children to understand each other’s cultures and to work together to build a better future through Enikki.
Promoting literacy was the inaugural purpose of the enikki event. The United Nations had established International Literacy Year in support of efforts to “enable all the people of the world to read and write.” And the Mitsubishi Public Affairs Committee held the first enikki event in conjunction with the UN initiative as the Mitsubishi Impression Gallery—Festival of Asian Children’s Art.
The subsequent enikki events have continued to serve the inaugural purpose while also serving the broader purpose of promoting cultural understanding. With the 12th event, this initiative has assumed the additional purpose of promoting the UNESCO program Education for Sustainable Development. The heartwarming works of this unique undertaking have thus begun serving an expanded role in advancing international exchange.
Education for Sustainable Development
Lasting viability for life on earth hinges on addressing such global concerns as preserving environmental quality, alleviating poverty, ensuring human rights, establishing and maintaining peace, and promoting sound development. And addressing those concerns effectively hinges on providing individuals with an education that motivates and equips them to participate in fostering sustainable development. That is the essence of UNESCO’s Education for Sustainable Development Program, and the Mitsubishi Asian Children’s Enikki Festa resonates with the spirit of that program.
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