Inviting educational and informative posters on Health, Safety and Environment : Global Organisation for Pravasis Urakam (GOPUR)

Published On: Saturday, May 12, 2012

Inviting educational and informative posters on Health, Safety and Environment

GOPUR is inviting creative inputs from children and adults to create awareness on Health, Safety and Environment. Students and family members in and around Urakam, and pravasis from Urakam, wherever they are placed can participate in this interesting activity. 

Children, with the assistance of their parents, can draw or create posters and scan them or photograph them and send them to  Poems, short stories or cartoons, or any other creative content without discussing religion, politics or sex are welcome.

All regular contributors, irrespective of their location, will be awarded with a certification and suitable prizes at a suitable function organised by GOPUR.

Presenting to you is an example, how Navya Balagopal presented to us a poster on "Save Earth". She is a 6th standards student at Dubai. If her creative mind can come out with these thoughts, why not we look forward to more from our children, irrespective of their age or location. 

Please note that there is no deadline, there is no restriction on entries, there is no restriction on medium or assistance they use. 

Please also note that creative contribution of quality value will be relayed and re-posted in other sites to give maximum reach and encouragement to the presenter.

If you have any doubts on how to participate in this initiative, please contact us on

Best wishes to all.

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