Children and teenagers from Monterrey participate in the children’s drawing contest “Water in the Cities” organized for the fourth consecutive year to a great response.
Today’s children are very aware of the importance of water and of what we have to do to conserve it, therefore, they were able to convey it in their creations.
For the fourth consecutive year the Ministry of Public Education, the Water Institute, and OXXO Retail Chain in Monterrey rewarded children and teens who participated in the children’s drawing contest “Water for Cities;” these institutions organize this contest looking to promote the care of this vital liquid among children.
The contest was promoted in 5 thousand kinder garden, elementary, junior high, and special education schools; children and teens submitted close to 2 thousand 400 drawings, through which they look to raise awareness of the importance of caring for the environment and water. A jury selected the winners taking into account creativity, originality, and technique.