Winners of the Eco-Friendly Christmas Decoration Contest
Written by Editor on 1st January 2024
Winners of the Environmentally Friendly Christmas Decoration Competition of 2023
Winners of the Eco-Friendly Christmas Decoration Contest have been declared, marking its return for the fourth consecutive year under the coordination of the Ministry of Agriculture, Climate Change, and Environment.
In a fusion of festive imagination and a commitment to environmental awareness, the Ministry of Agriculture, Climate Change, and Environment are pleased to reveal the champions of the Eco-Friendly Christmas Decoration Competition. Introduced in November with the admirable goal of revolutionizing our approach to holiday adornments, this competition encompassed five distinct categories: Home, School, Work Organization, Districts, and Objects.
First Place – A Level Studies
Second Place – Glacis Primary
Third Place – Beau Vallon Primary
In the School category, these institutions stood out for their commitment to eco-friendly decorations, setting an inspiring example for the younger generation.
First Place – Ms. Cecile Pamela Payet
Second Place – Ms. Maryse Nancy
Third Place – Ms. Lise Hoareau
Congratulations to these individuals who transformed their homes into sustainable winter wonderlands, proving that festive spirit and environmental responsibility can go hand in hand.
Centerpiece and Display Ornaments Category:
First Place – Ms. Cecile Labrosse
Second Place – Ms. Rahna Jules
Third Place – Ms. Michelette Cesar
These winners showcased the art of creating stunning focal points using eco-friendly materials, adding a touch of elegance to the festive season.
Governmental and Non-Governmental Organization Category:
Winner – Seychelles Fishing Authority (SFA)
Second Place – L’Union Estate La Digue
Third Place – Agency for Social Protection
These organizations demonstrated their dedication to sustainable practices, contributing to a greener future for our communities.
Winner – Port Glaude
Second Place – Baie Lazare
Third Place – District of Anse Etoile
Communities came together to transform their districts into beacons of environmental friendliness, fostering a sense of collective responsibility. The Ministry extends heartfelt gratitude to all participants for their enthusiasm and effort throughout this competition.
Ministry of Agriculture, Climate Change and Environment extend a heartfelt gratitude to the sponsors whose generous support has made this event a reality. Furthermore, the Ministry recognizes the unwavering commitment of its staff in guaranteeing the triumph of this environmentally conscious celebration. As they honour these well-deserved winners, let their creativity serve as an inspiration for us all to adopt a more sustainable and eco-friendly approach to the festive season. Together, let everyone strive to make a meaningful impact for a greener tomorrow.
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