Citizenship Education / Music Competition
Thursday, January 10, 2019 ((rezonodwes.com)) – The holder of the Ministry of National Education and Vocational Training (MENFP), Pierre Josué Agénor Cadet, has proceeded on Wednesday, January 9, 2019 at the launch of the 4th edition of the Music Competition as part of the Ministry's Citizenship Education Campaign, during a press conference given to the local MENFP in Delmas.
“An n kole tet for yon lòt Ayiti” is the theme chosen this year for this competition for young people in school, aged 14 to 20, who must constitute a group of 3 to 5 young people at the most. conception and production of their musical work.
Respect for the theme, originality, composition of text, coherence of words, performance of singing (accuracy, pronunciation, respect of rhythm) are among the criteria to be followed by the participants. i can produce their text either in Creole or in French on the musical genre of their choice.
The works of the different groups will be received in digital format on CD or on USB key at the communication office of the ministry located in Delmas 83 or in the Departmental Directorates of Education (DDE) or by sending on the mail annkoletèt2019@gmail.com during the period from January 21 to February 22, 2019.
Ten finalists to remember
Note that School principals must give their approval to the different groups from their school wishing to take part in the competition. After evaluation of a jury composed of renowned artists such as BIC, Belot, Tamara Suffren, Darline DESCA and Raoul Denis Junior, ten finalist groups will be selected for the final ceremony of the competition scheduled for March 22.
Books, computers portable, CD containing the ten best songs with the coaching of the artists members of the jury are the premiums that will be offered to the first winners of the Competition.
Better mentoring young people
For the Minister CADET, this initiative is part of the government's desire to better supervise young people and offer them healthy activities that showcase their talents. It is also, says the number one of the MENFP, to inculcate in young people the values of living together, tolerance, dialogue, respect for others, the spirit of unity and patriotism. [19659004Thethemechosenreflectsaccordingtohimthewholevisionoftheprocesstolivetogetherandworktogetherforthebenefitofthecommonhomeland
The Minister of National Education welcomed and thanked the contribution of the artists and the Tizon Dife company to the Ministry's Citizenship Education Campaign through this 4th edition of the Music Competition.
Citing other actions aimed at a better integration of young people by the government, Minister CADET underlines that other Activities will be organized with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Ministry of Youth, Sports and Civic Education, including the organization of inter-school championship at the national level. At least 15 young people will also be recruited as executives in several ministries including the MENFP, adds Minister CADET.
Working together and succeed together
Placing a word in the circumstances, the artists, members of the Jury, have expressed their joy at taking part in such a MENFP action aimed at enhancing the talents of young people, enabling them to discover their potential and teaching them how to work together and succeed together.
For BIC, this initiative fits well with its philosophy and his actions with young people who must learn from other models and give them hope for a better tomorrow in the country.
Belot agrees with the same direction and believes that this contest induces a new dynamic among young people who can send positive images to their peers to give hope that together they can change the game for the renewal of the country.
Tamara SUFFREN and Darline DES CA is also pleased to contribute to this initiative, which has a positive impact on youth through the values conveyed. Darline, who is in her first participation in this competition, applauds the approach and intends to be deeply involved in its success because, according to her, she corresponds to her many actions with young people.
Nadine Henry, Director of Education considers that this campaign has a positive influence on the behavior of young people and, in this sense, invites parents and other actors to support this action of the MENFP for the benefit of young people.