Celebrating the artworks of school children

“The role of women and youth in aquaculture development or sustainable fisheries management.” Painting by Ms. Narumol Damrongsiriphakdee and Ms. Oranut Sangpiya, Sripruetta School. Teacher: Ms. Sumitra Kanapang

Take a moment to browse this delightful book that celebrates the imagination, perceptions and vision of junior and senior high school students from Thailand who, during GAF6 in August 2016 in Bangkok, were asked to paint their impressions of “The role of women and youth in aquaculture development or sustainable fisheries management,” or “The impact of aquaculture or fisheries on men, women and youth in the community or along fish value chains.”

 

The role of women and youth in aquaculture development or sustainable fisheries management.” Painting by Ms. Duenpen Pansukha and Ms. Pitchatorn Wawilai, Wat Nang Sao School. Teacher: Ms. Onnicha Bunyasitphichai

 

The book of winning entries, presented in vivid colors, can be  be seen in this excellent volume containing the paintings. It has been produced by the Network of Aquaculture and Fisheries Centres in Asia-Pacific, GAF6, the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Faculty of Fisheries Kasesart University and USAID Oceans and Fisheries Partnership.

The book can be downloaded here.

To find our more about the art competition, and see photos of the students working on their art projects, visits this page.

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