(VOVWORLD) – 50 paintings by young students from the Mekong Delta province of Can Tho have been submitted to a poster contest on the theme of COVID-19 prevention and control.
The contest has received more than
50 paintings created by students at Doan Thi Diem High School in Ninh Kieu
district, Can Tho city, which encourage people to unite to defeat COVID-19.
The paintings call on people
around the world to join the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, suggest
effective ways to avoid the disease, promote the rapid development of
anti-viral vaccines, and applaud health workers – the frontline soldiers in
the battle against the novel coronavirus.
The paintings have been entered in a poster contest organized by the Central Council of the Ho Chi Minh Vanguard Children’s Union.
The Doan Thi Diem students want to
convey the message that they are resolute in protecting themselves and their
families against COVID-19.
Both students and
their family members have gotten involved in the contest. Le Thuy Quan and her
aunt created a painting that expresses their gratitude to the unsung heroes of
Several paintings by the Doan Thi
Diem students illustrate the silent sacrifice of doctors and soldiers.
One of the contest’s outstanding
paintings is about protecting your health during the pandemic.
posters to promote resilience against the pandemic has also become a popular
way for other Vietnamese students to unleash their creativity during the long
school closure due to Covid-19. Ngo Minh Thanh, a 11-grade student from Vinschool in
Hanoi, created a series of such posters , one of which was gifted to CFC’s campaign “Young Fighters against Covid-19”.
Most recently, CFC and partner NGO Coins for Change Vietnam started a successful fund-raising program to help financially challenged single moms to weather loss of income and other hardships due to Covid-19.