The World Youth Essay Competition is an international competition for high school and university students. There is no topic restriction and you are free to write about topics such as aspects of society, environmental issues, science and technology, global affairs, and more. The essay has to be between one to eight pages in the English language. Participants may use pictures and graphics in their essays. The WYEC jury judges each essay individually based on various criteria which include creativity, writing style, knowledge skills and more. The jury selects the winners based on the essay and the personality of the participant!
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The past year has been one like no other, with pandemic deaths and economic recession launching much of the world into a state of uncertainty as daily routines, cultural rituals, and basic services were interrupted by COVID India, particularly, was met with over 10 million cases of the disease, forcing the country into a strict lockdown which brought economic activity to a near standstill. In the midst of the chaos, nonprofits across the globe have had to adapt to new challenges and find new ways to serve their constituents. From delivery of PPE to healthcare facilities and amplification of essential information on quarantining and prevention, to providing food and care directly to families and distributing free educational resources for children newly learning from home, nonprofits faced all facets of the pandemic. Still, India and its 1.
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Two students out-wrote their competitors and won a tablet each during an essay writing contest organized by World Vision last August. The project is a 1 year grant project which started January this year. The goal of the project is to raise awareness to students about solid waste management and recycling.