Cartoon Network Arabic's 'Creative Generation' competition comes to successful close
- United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, May 01 - 2012 at 12:14
- PRESS RELEASE
Cartoon Network Arabic's successful 'Creative Generation' competition, which launched on March 24, will be coming to a close today, May 1st. The competition, which promotes environmental and health awareness, was held in schools across the UAE and the Gulf for students aged 4 to 12.
"This competition is a great contribution towards awakening the imagination and creativity in every student's mind," said Samara Khalid, a teacher at Rosary School in Abu Dhabi. "The students are very eager to be a part of the competition, there is a lot of discussion and brainstorming going on in their classes about the themes. Plus, they are now more sensitive to the health and environmental problems faced by themselves, their families, and other sections of society."
"One of the main goals of this program is to highlight to students the importance of health and the environment through a fun and entertaining activity that they will enjoy," said Alan Musa, Vice President and General Manager for the Middle East-Africa region. "Our long term ambition is to grow Creative Generation into an annual event that students, and their teachers, look forward to every year,"
Cartoon Network Arabic's commitment to educating children in an entertaining way continues with the recent acquisition of the production company that created the hit show 'Lazy Town'; a show that positively engages children and families in choosing a healthy lifestyle. 'Lazy Town' is currently airing on the preschool block, 'Cartoonito', in addition to 'Bananas in Pyjamas' and 'Jelly Jamm'.
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