Grand Winners of "Small Voice, Big Difference" campaign launched by Lacnor and Oasis

25 Nov 2021

Lacnor and Oasis, on a mission to inspire the next generation to create a sustainable and healthier tomorrow, invited kids to share their ideas for a better future with the community initiative ‘Small Voice, Big Difference’.

The initiative aimed to help kids ideate, formulate, and bring to life their best ideas to give everyone a brighter, healthier, and happier tomorrow. ‘Sustainability & Health’ workshops took place in 45 schools in the UAE, with more than 30,000 kids participating and over 3.4 million people reached on social media in the UAE. In-store and online activities ran throughout the campaign to create a fun, learning environment for all kids to participate.

The successful campaign “Small Voice, Big Difference” was celebrated by Lacnor and Oasis, the leading brands of National Food Products Company (NFPC), hosting their nature inspired, Awarding Ceremony, at The Farm, Al Barari. Kids with the winning ideas for the future were awarded and announced as members of the first 2 kids councils: Lacnor Kids Council for Health and Oasis Kids Council for the Environment, were officiated.

Over 5,000 kids participated in the campaign and submitted their wonderful ideas, judged by a professional jury consisting of; Dubai Municipality Food Safety Department, Dubai Municipality Environment Department, Emirates Environmental Group, Sharjah Education Council and Bee’ah, together with Lacnor and Oasis. The jury had a difficult task to select a total of 8 winners and members of Lacnor Kids Council for Health and a further 8 winners and members of Oasis Kids Council for the Environment, as every child had a unique and truly inspiring idea on how to make our tomorrow better.

Four Grand Winners won fully covered 1 year School tuition fees, sponsored by Lacnor and Oasis, as a recognition of their incredible ideas for a better future and the importance of supporting them in their education in years to come. These Grand Winners will also become the Heads of their respective councils, and will continue working on their ideas along with Lacnor, Oasis, Government agencies and organizations. The remaining 14 runners-up won a full year of educational and recreational activities, including music lessons, sports, science, and art, as a way of supporting and nurturing their talents.

Lacnor and Oasis are honoured to announce the incredible Grand winners and express the highest gratitude for all the participants, and look forward with excitement for the first initiatives of Lacnor Kids Council for Health and Oasis Kids Council for the Environment to come to life.


1. Talya Ali, Juniors Age Group, Abu Dhabi Grammar School
2. Camillia Naser Ibrahim, Tweenies Age Group, Manor Hall International School

Lacnor Runner-Ups

1. Gabrielle Anne Ramos, Junior Age Group, The Winchester School
2. Rashi Trivedi, Junior Age Group, Central School
3. Aanya Vachhrajani, Juniors Age Group, Gems Legacy
4. Atiq Ur Rehman Khawaja, Tweenies Age Group, Al Ansar
5. Sandhvi Chauhan, Tweenies Age Group, The Westminster School Dubai
6. Jovia Jose Rajan, Tweenies Age Group, Al Diyafah High School



1. Madhav Karira, Junior Age Group, Al Diyafah High School
2. Dhairya Bhavsar, Tweenies Age Group, Our Own English High School Sharjah Boys Branch

Oasis Runner-Ups 

1. Miracle Ghaderi, Junior Age Group, Pristin Private School
2. Bhakti Venkatesh Hegde, Junior Age Group, Delhi Private School
3. Life Halcyon Mojica, Junior Age Group, Apple International Private School
4. Salma Ahmed Sayed, Tweenies Age Group, Mariam Bint Omra
5. Ali Ahmed Anwar Shafeeq, Tweenies Age Group, JSS Private School
6. Nandan Kanna, Tweenies Age Group, Private International English School Abu Dhabi

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