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The best eco-projects were awarded by Yves Rocher Foundation as part of «Terre de Femmes» Award 2020

19/ 03/ 2020
    On March 12, 2020, the 11th «Terre de Femmes» Award ceremony took place in Kyiv, marking the best female eco-projects. Traditionally, the ceremony is held in 15 countries (France, Ukraine, Germany, Russia, Mexico, Switzerland, Morocco, Portugal, Turkey, Italy and others), where womens eco projects are chosen each year. There are 2 mandatory factors for a project to participate: 1) project must be aimed to protect the environment; 2) project must have a social or educational character. The purpose of the award is to support women in their fight for environmental protection, recognizing their eco-projects as the most promising and relevant and providing financial support for their development. In order to select the best eco-projects in each country, a team of jury members is formed. The juries select the most promising eco-projects that are already implemented and have achievements. The authors of the top three eco-projects receive grants for their development. The Yves Rocher Foundation comments that by awarding the winners with grants, the organization hopes to fulfill the main objective of the Award - to improve the environmental situation in Ukraine. “The Yves Rocher Foundation was founded over 25 years ago as the epitome of displaying the Rocher family values and the desire to give back to Nature what it so generously gives us every day. The core mission of the Yves Rocher Foundation is to actively work to protect our common future and change the world for the better, together” Jacques Rocher, President of the Yves Rocher Foundation The jury selects three winners who receive a grant for the implementation and development of their projects: 5 000, 3000 and 2 000 euros for the 1st , 2nd  and 3rd  places respectively. The 1st  prize winner participates in the International Competition in Paris and has the opportunity to receive a grant of 10 000 euros. The Ukrainian jury of the 11th  «Terre de Femmes» Award includes: Anna Zaptalova – general director of “Yves Rocher Ukraine”; Taras Topolya - frontman of “Antytila” rock-band, juniors ambassador of UNISEF in Ukraine; Nata Zhizhchenko – frontwoman of “ONUKA” band; Konstantin Putylenko - chief editor of “Marie Claire Ukraine”; Sonia Zabouga - chief editor of “ELLE Ukraine”; Aleksandra Burinska - chief editor of “Cosmopolitan Ukraine”; Anna Zemskova - chief editor of “Harper’s Bazaar Ukraine”; Kateryna Svetlichnaya - chief editor of “Караван Историй”; Zhanna Lavrova - chief editor of “Event Ukriane”; Natalia Yemelina - chief editor of “Единственная” and “Твой Малыш”; Andrii Bashtovyi - chief editor of “the Village”; Yuriy Marchenko - chief editor of “Platfor.ma”; Eugenia Aratovska - curator of project “No Waste Ukraine” The jury evaluated the projects on the following criterias: reliability of the organization / project, positive environmental impact of the project, practical benefit and social importance of the project for local communities and / or Ukraine, quality of project’s connection with local communities and organizations, history of achievements / specific results, budget justification, motivation and dedication of the project manager, originality / innovativeness of the project, prospects of project development. As part of the event, the names of the winners of “Terre de Femmes” Award in 2020 were announced: Svitlana Petrakovska – 1st awards laureate with the “Green angels of salt lakes” project. The project aims to protect the coastal protective stripes of the salt lake Bourgas by creating ecobunas (breakwaters) from the vine along the perimeter of the estuary, providing the emergence of a new shoreline, as well as planting of 8.5 km of 3-tier vegetation belt from trees and shrubs that will strengthen the slopes of the banks of the estuaries Burnas, Alibey and Kurudiol. Yanina Lucheyko is a laureate of 2nd award with the project “Responsible attitude to nature for the conservation of nature of the Carpathians”. The project’s aim is the conservation of the Carpathian nature and the health of residents from harmful impact of waste due to the implementation of waste sorting and education of smart consumption: the creation of guidebooks for teaching children of preschool and young people about rubbish and it’s impact on health and nature, organization of eco activities for location cleaning, organization of eco-picnics for children and their parents. Nadiia Kostina is a laureate of 3rd award with the project “Healing by nature: the treatment of Autism and Cerebral Palsy”. The project’s aim is the adaptation and rehabilitation of autistic children, as well as children and young people with other physical and mental disabilities with environmental rehabilitation. The aim of the project is to use innovative American and European techniques to improve the condition of autism and cerebral palsy among pupils of the Lubensk special boarding school. The submission of eco-projects for the competition 2021 will be opened very soon. More details about “Terre de Femmes” award: https://www.yves-rocher-fondation.org/ https://www.yves-rocher.ua/control/dynpage/~struct=article/~page=terre_de_femmes
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On March 12, 2020, the 11th «Terre de Femmes» Award ceremony took place in Kyiv, marking the best female eco-projects.

Traditionally, the ceremony is held in 15 countries (France, Ukraine, Germany, Russia, Mexico, Switzerland, Morocco, Portugal, Turkey, Italy and others), where women’s eco projects are chosen each year. There are 2 mandatory factors for a project to participate: 1) project must be aimed to protect the environment; 2) project must have a social or educational character.

The purpose of the award is to support women in their fight for environmental protection, recognizing their eco-projects as the most promising and relevant and providing financial support for their development.

In order to select the best eco-projects in each country, a team of jury members is formed. The juries select the most promising eco-projects that are already implemented and have achievements. The authors of the top three eco-projects receive grants for their development. The Yves Rocher Foundation comments that by awarding the winners with grants, the organization hopes to fulfill the main objective of the Award – to improve the environmental situation in Ukraine.

“The Yves Rocher Foundation was founded over 25 years ago as the epitome of displaying the Rocher family values and the desire to give back to Nature what it so generously gives us every day. The core mission of the Yves Rocher Foundation is to actively work to protect our common future and change the world for the better, together”

Jacques Rocher, President of the Yves Rocher Foundation

The jury selects three winners who receive a grant for the implementation and development of their projects: 5 000, 3000 and 2 000 euros for the 1st , 2nd  and 3rd  places respectively. The 1st  prize winner participates in the International Competition in Paris and has the opportunity to receive a grant of 10 000 euros.

The Ukrainian jury of the 11th  «Terre de Femmes» Award includes:

  • Anna Zaptalova – general director of “Yves Rocher Ukraine”;
  • Taras Topolya – frontman of “Antytila” rock-band, juniors ambassador of UNISEF in Ukraine;
  • Nata Zhizhchenko – frontwoman of “ONUKA” band;
  • Konstantin Putylenko – chief editor of “Marie Claire Ukraine”;
  • Sonia Zabouga – chief editor of “ELLE Ukraine”;
  • Aleksandra Burinska – chief editor of “Cosmopolitan Ukraine”;
  • Anna Zemskova – chief editor of “Harper’s Bazaar Ukraine”;
  • Kateryna Svetlichnaya – chief editor of “Караван Историй”;
  • Zhanna Lavrova – chief editor of “Event Ukriane”;
  • Natalia Yemelina – chief editor of “Единственная” and “Твой Малыш”;
  • Andrii Bashtovyi – chief editor of “the Village”;
  • Yuriy Marchenko – chief editor of “Platfor.ma”;
  • Eugenia Aratovska – curator of project “No Waste Ukraine”

The jury evaluated the projects on the following criterias: reliability of the organization / project, positive environmental impact of the project, practical benefit and social importance of the project for local communities and / or Ukraine, quality of project’s connection with local communities and organizations, history of achievements / specific results, budget justification, motivation and dedication of the project manager, originality / innovativeness of the project, prospects of project development.

As part of the event, the names of the winners of “Terre de Femmes” Award in 2020 were announced:

Svitlana Petrakovska – 1st awards laureate with the “Green angels of salt lakes” project. The project aims to protect the coastal protective stripes of the salt lake Bourgas by creating ecobunas (breakwaters) from the vine along the perimeter of the estuary, providing the emergence of a new shoreline, as well as planting of 8.5 km of 3-tier vegetation belt from trees and shrubs that will strengthen the slopes of the banks of the estuaries Burnas, Alibey and Kurudiol.

Yanina Lucheyko is a laureate of 2nd award with the project “Responsible attitude to nature for the conservation of nature of the Carpathians”. The project’s aim is the conservation of the Carpathian nature and the health of residents from harmful impact of waste due to the implementation of waste sorting and education of smart consumption: the creation of guidebooks for teaching children of preschool and young people about rubbish and it’s impact on health and nature, organization of eco activities for location cleaning, organization of eco-picnics for children and their parents.

Nadiia Kostina is a laureate of 3rd award with the project “Healing by nature: the treatment of Autism and Cerebral Palsy”. The project’s aim is the adaptation and rehabilitation of autistic children, as well as children and young people with other physical and mental disabilities with environmental rehabilitation. The aim of the project is to use innovative American and European techniques to improve the condition of autism and cerebral palsy among pupils of the Lubensk special boarding school.

The submission of eco-projects for the competition 2021 will be opened very soon.

More details about “Terre de Femmes” award:

https://www.yves-rocher-fondation.org/

https://www.yves-rocher.ua/control/dynpage/~struct=article/~page=terre_de_femmes

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