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Birthday Competition – Drawing Results


We picked winners at random using a random number generator. The numbers were assigned to the posts in chronological order.

The 3 Premium Subscriptions go to:

Zen Duguay
Javier Riestra Pérez-Pla
Mark Tudor

The Positionly t-shirts go to:

Maksymilian Śleziak
Peter Bialo
Agustín Raluy
Marc de Beer
Luke Wieselmann
Michał Korniluk
Damian Rams
Von Dottie
Adam Zajdzik
David Thomas
Elie Zed
Dailen Gunter
Raff Catalan
James Simpson
Justin Scarpetti
Dan Williams
Nick Hamnett
Rachel Williams
Sean Gallagher
Michal Saj

Congratulations, and thank you for participating. Please drop us a message via Facebook. Thank you for being with us, and we hope you continue to stay with us in the years to come.

In 1948, nations of the world gathered and formed WHO to improve health, ensure that the world is safe, and help the weak to ensure that everyone could enjoy the highest degree of health and well-being. To improve the security and health of all, WHO works with governments and communities, international organizations, foundations, advocates, researchers, and health professionals. The WHO 75th anniversary year provides an occasion to reflect on the successes in public health that have improved living conditions over the past seven decades. This is also a chance to inspire action to address the health issues of the present and future. We would like you to be an active participant in World Health Day, making use of your imagination and artistic talents, participating in our competition for artwork, and submitting a sketch or painting that is related to health. We invite you to learn about the health-related achievements and initiatives, then discuss what you think of with teachers, parents, and other family members.
    • The creation of new medications and vaccines has allowed us to ensure that we, as well as our families and communities, suffer from diseases such as COVID-19 leprosy, cholera, tuberculosis, malaria, hepatitis, and a myriad of other childhood illnesses.
    • In the twenty-first century, polio, which is incurable, afflicted hundreds of thousands of kids every year. However, with the introduction of the vaccine, polio is under control, and the majority of the world is completely free of the disease. The world is getting close to eliminating polio.
    • There are certain diseases that youngsters haven’t ever heard of since they were eradicated, including smallpox. Smallpox was among the most deadly diseases that have been recorded by the human race and resulted in millions of deaths before being eliminated in 1980. Its elimination is one of the most significant and significant public health achievements in the history of medicine.
    • COVID-19, as well as other health crises, which overlap with the climate and humanitarian crises, financial constraints, and conflicts, have made each country’s health for all journey more urgent.
    • “Health for All by All” is the phrase used to mean that everyone can have a healthy and happy life in a tranquil and prosperous world.
    • Universal health coverage means that everyone is able to access a selection of high-quality health services at any time and whenever they require them, without financial burdens due to the expense of their health medical care.
    • The year 2015 saw all nations of the United Nations adopt the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which lays out 17 Goals. These 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are designed to change the way we live in our world. They call for action to eliminate inequality and poverty, to protect the environment, and to ensure that everyone is able to enjoy justice, health, and prosperity, ensuring that everyone is not left without a place to call home.

Everyone has a part to perform.

Individuals and communities are all able to contribute and can play a part in helping to make health improvements possible. Every achievement achieved in the last seven decades was the result of our human tenacity, creativity, dedication, unison, and unity.

Conditions for entry

  1. The contestants must be between 8-and 18 years old to participate in the contest.
  2. Your entry should be in either a sketch or a painting made by you. Digitally scan your work (high-quality scan) and submit an email to the teacher. They will forward it via email directly to your local WHO Office in the country you reside or to the Director at the Department of International Relations, Ministry of Health.
  3. The deadline for submitting entries is March 2023.
  4. The judges will evaluate entries in the age groups 8-9, 10, 11-12, 12-13, 14-15, and 16-18.
  5. It is necessary to fill out the form that is included to give us the following details about yourself:
Your full name Age Country of residence Full address of the home Address and character of the school (with telephone number) Name of legal guardian or parent (with phone contact number as well as email contact) Your email address, if you have one.
  1. WHO has the option to utilize artworks submitted by its customers for its information products.
Print your form, scan it, and send it to your teacher. It should be emailed together with the scan of your work. Please write your details in as clear a manner as you can and, should you be able to if you can, complete the form using your computer. Submissions that do not contain the necessary information will not be considered.   Form for Application   The winners will be picked by an expert panel of judges from the WHO Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean in Cairo, Egypt. The top five winners will be awarded the coveted certificate of merit with cash prizes that are symbolic, such as US200 dollars, US$ 175, US150 dollars, US$ 125, or US100$. The exhibition of the winners will be presented in the WHO Regional Office in Cairo.

Note to Art teachers and schools.

Although schools must be selective about the entries they make, all students should be urged to participate in the competition to increase their knowledge of health-related accomplishments over time and increase their desire to contribute to the future of health and improve the well-being and health of everyone.