Hand drawing awards recognition 2010

 

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HAND DRAWING CATEGORY

AWARDS of RECOGNITION

1.

Student: Katherine S Pedrera
Age: 15 Years Old
Grade: Junior Secondaryy
School: Mansilingan Agro-Industrial High School, Bacolod City
Country: Philippines
Title: Path to Education for the Poor Children of the World

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"Education is life - the answer to our aspirations and dreams. However, for the lessfortunate, orphaned, disabled, those who live in remote areas with no school and ethnic minorities children, education is an unreachable dream. But through the help of the government and non-government organizations, together with dedicated teachers, education will now become obtainable to everybody. They give light to every child's hopes and make a way to their fondest dreams."


2.

Student: Tanapak Saijareon
Age: 11 Years Old
Grade: Grade 5
School: Yamsa-art Rangsit School, Bangkok
Title:  Help from the King to Disadvantaged Children
Country: Thailand

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3.

Student: Danah Marie M Sta Ana
Age: 11 Years Old
Grade: 5
School: Sto. Tomas Central Elementary School, SpEd Center, Sto. Tomas, Davao del Norte
Country: Philippines
Title:  Reaching Out

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"The drawing shows how people in the community-academe and stakeholders work hand-in-hand to reach out the underprivileged people especially the poorest of the poor.The open book and the torch symbolize that education is for all -- mandating the authorities to reach the unreach and give what is due to the people especially the unreached because of poverty and enjoy their basic rights to education."


4.

Student: Teng Hui Jie
Age: 11 Years Old
Grade: n/a
School: SRJK (C) Chung Hwa Wei Sin School, Terengganu
Country: Malaysia
Title: Children Have a Dream

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"Your children get only one childhood, know their dream, guide them to be success in their future with proper education."


5.

Student: Therese Kate Esmero
Age: 12 Years Old
Grade: Junior Secondary
School: Cebu Technological University, Cebu City
Country: Philippines
Title:  Education is the Key to Success

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"The girl is very poor but deserving aims to attain education and have a better life.The bridge represents trials and sacrifices that come along the way. Every child should have a better outlook in life."


6.

Student: Angelyn C Agudo
Age: 14 years old
Grade: Junior Secondary
School: San Antonio National High School
Country: Philippines
Title:  We are the Key to Help the Unreached

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"In my drawing, it shows that person have disability to achieve their goalsas they can have the education and can graduate. The girl is holding the key represents me and other student. Because I believe that all of us has the key to help the unreached people on education they need."


7.

Student: Itan Krisma Putri
Age: 14 Years Old
Grade: Junior Secondary
School: SMPN 6, Batam
Country: Indonesia
Title: Study is My Right

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"No matter what is the condition, children must have spirit to study... No money to buy doesn't mean stop from study. See to this young boy. On his age, he needs to work hard in order to help his poor Parents getting money just to buy some food for their family. During the rest time, he always the opportunity to read the book that he found from the garbage Catch the Spirit....!"


8.

Student: Kimalika Schnelle R Villanueva
Age: 14 Years Old
Grade: Junior Secondary
School: Berea Arts and Science High School
Country: Philippines
Title of Drawing:  New Hope

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"The artwork shows happy children of different skin color representing the different nationalities of people from the Southeast Asian Region. The hot-air balloon delivers a book entitled "New Hope". The book represents education. The hot-air balloon represents SEAMEO and other organizations that share the idea of addressing the educational needs of the people that remain to be unreached. The happy faces of the children with arms stretched outwards show that they welcome the idea of being educated. The forest represents the distant and hard to reach places."


9.

Student: Jem Vincent R Petras   
Age: 10 Years Old
Grade: Elementary Level  
School: Ruther E Esconde Tutorial & Learning Center, Inc
Country: Philippines
Title:  Where will the Eagle Rest?

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"A brave eagle seeks for a nest where it can rest. A nest that will be its home for sometime. A nest that will benefit from what it carries. Where will the eagle rest? Is it in the nest of indigenous people or disabled ones? Is it in the nest of men who lived their entire life surrounded by firearms and water? Is it in the nest of homeless beings or people in the midst of poverty? But the eagle will surely rest in each nest, since it can really reach nests that others can't reach."


10.

Student: Ma Conchita V Crisostomo
Age: 12 Years Old
Grade: Grade 6
School: Sisters of Mount Carmel Catholic School, Quezon City
Country: Philippines
Title: Education Embraces Everyone's Dreams

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"The children who are poor, disabled and ethnic represent the unreached population. The image of the lawyer, doctor and pilot, as well as the diploma and mortar board symbolizesthe achievement of dreams through quality education. The blackboard and book are symbols of education. The book and its pages which resemble into a ladder imply to be the pathway towards quality education and achievement of dreams. The running motion of the children, towards one direction demonstrates the oneness in striving for excellence in education. The whole is a dynamic picture which applies equally to the unreached groups to the fortunate ones and to each one of us.As we all must work towards the achievement of SOCIAL CHANGEfor the betterment of the society through QUALITY EDUCATION"


11.

Student: Joana Felisse S Anabo
Age: 10 years old
Grade: Elementary Level
School: Kalibo Pilot Elementary School
Country: Philippines
Title:  Education: Solution to Poverty

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"Poverty like a gate way close to stop poor children from going to school. But the key of education can open it to a wide range of civic services (like Non-Government Offices (NGOs) and Government Offices) that donate books including food and clothing and teachers who brave the rain and the heat of the sun to Reach the Unreached Childrenin the poverty stricken areas in the Philippines."


12.

Student: Aubrey Beatrice B. Carnaje
Age: 10 years old
Grade:  4
School: SPED -- Integrated School for Exceptional Children, Iloilo City
Country: Philippines
Title:  Hope in a book

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"My drawing is about the less fortunate children in the Philippines who dig the garbage everyday in order to have something to eat. They wanted to go to school but they can't because they have to work hard to feed their hungry stomachs. The girl in my drawing found hope when she saw a book dumped among the piles of garbage. For her, it was a big treasure!"


13.

Student: Marcelo P Barrera Jr
Age: 12 Years Old
Grade: Junior Secondary
School: Rizal Elementary School, Makati City
Country: Philippines
Title:  Education for All

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"Education is for all. We need to work as one to achieve the goal of everyone to have a better future.And the only way to do this is to develop graduates. The drawing shows that we need to help other unreached children like orphans, ethnic minorities, and others to be in school in order to read and write. We need to feel them how is education very important to one's life."


14.

Student: Kate Eunice T Mina
Age: 11 Years Old
Grade: Elementary School
School: Ruther E Esconde Tutorial & Learning Center, Inc. Cavite
Country: Philippines
Title:  A Cycle of Learning

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"In every cycle, one has a role to portray. SEAMEO as the producer, a vital part of the cycle, source of knowledge and information. A hollow mind as the consumer, an empty cell that is in need of education. Different people and races, representations of the consumers. All willing to learn, to be guided and to be educated."


15.

Student: Kim Lloyd D Carreon
Age: 15 Years Old
Grade: Junior Secondary
School: Cebu City National Science High School
Country: Philippines
Title:  Education Shines Like A Light

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"Light spreads and scatters in almost every corner of a place. It brightens and makes a place clearer. Let Education be like light. Extend education to reach to every part of the world. Educate all the children. Reach it out to the less fortunate people in the remote areas. May education be scattered like a light shining and reaching every part of the world, reaching the unreachable."


16.

Student: Joshua C Villajuan
Age: 15 Years Old
Grade: Senior Secondary
School: DEPED -- Tipolo National High School, Cebu
Country: Philippines
Title of Drawing:  SEAMEO:  Reached at Cebu

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"Yes indeed! To reach is to sacrifice. To reach the unreached is through Education. Education can help a lot to reach our goals. How to have Education? We simply go to school and have classes but we need a support like SEAMEO that promotes Multi -- cultural education this includes promotion of mother tongue language. In classes, we learn many lessons. Lessons can be gained through the effortful teachers.We had our Education by them. Without them, we can't have Education."Education is the key to success". One of the famous quotes of the generation. To educate is to know things. If we are educated then we could probably reach our goals, the unreached. Education is very important to us and it is a fact.

We all know that poor ones can never reach their goals. In fact, many children want to be educated and for them there's no hope to reach it, but SEAMEO helps in assuring quality education among ASEAN members. We are all blessed because we had our Education even in high school level only. This is the only asset we have to reach our goal, to have our goal.So let us thank God for everything and even through I don't have much knowledge but at least I have my "Education, to reach the unreached". Thank you SEAMEO for reaching Cebu...."


17.

Student: Therese A Mananghaya
Age: 14 Years Old
Grade: Junior Secondary
School: La Union National High School
Country: Philippines
Title:  Education the Key and Heart to the Future

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"We can never deny the fact that education is the best way for us to grow or develop as a nation. In my drawing I want to emphasize that education should be accessible to all most especially to our brothers and sisters in far flung or remote areas. They should be given the best education like anyone else in the world.The government is the key player here together with the Government Organization and Non-Government Organizations. In order to be successful in the endeavor cooperation, bayanihan, and spirit are needed.The learners should also show much interest in learning because they are the clientele in this project. They should be aware of the importance of education in the development of the minds and lives, and the key of productive lifestyle."