Here are the Top 10 finalists in Miss World 2019 ‘Beauty With A Purpose’
The Miss World 2019 ‘Beauty With A Purpose’ Top 10 finalists are finally revealed and the winner will be announced on the pageant night.
This segment in the international beauty pageant is considered to be the highest award that the contestant can get. As pageants keep on evolving through the years, which is more advocacy-driven than before, the Miss World Organization also gives huge attention to the humanitarian projects of the candidates.
Each candidate must set up a ‘Beauty With A Purpose’ project with a national organization in their country. Then, these projects are presented to the judges who will determine who among them has the best projects.
This year, the Top 10 finalists in the ‘Beauty With A Purpose’ are:
Miss Mongolia organized a free vaccination campaign and has had more than 1,000 people attend educational seminars on how to prevent liver disease from the Hepatitis B virus as their country ranks number one in the world when it comes to liver disease.
Miss Malaysia’s project concentrated on the chronic issue of baby and infant abandonment in Malaysia through a combination of education, discussion, and development of self-worth. The project is called Chance4Change.
Miss Tunisia aims to bring health services and raising awareness of the importance of prevention of certain illnesses to the people in rural areas. Their medical caravans have provided medical examinations for over 1500 people.
Miss Venezuela works in a project called ‘I Dream, I Can’ which personal development programme for girls whose basic rights are unmet in the midst of the social crisis in their country.
Miss India’s project is called Pragati which means Progress. It aims to provide local employment allowing women to gain financial independence while still preserving vital familial and community ties.
Miss France wants to fight for the recognition of deaf culture and French sign language as she is a hearing child of a deaf parent. She aims to integrate these kinds of people in society instead of isolating them.
Miss Nigeria’s project aims to teach personal hygiene and to empower children in the Makoko community. Through her partnership with the NGO’s in their country, she is raising awareness on personal hygiene to the younger generation.
Miss Nepal, through her project, wants to create a visible and sustainable improvement in the quality of education of girl child, by mainly focusing on economic upliftment of mothers through livelihood generation.
Miss Vietnam aims to build a road on a 1,300-meter-high cliff, connecting the two poorest villages with the outside world as part of her ‘Building Road, Connecting Dreams’ project.
Miss Indonesia is helping villagers by showing them new ways of creating income and with this, the children can return to school and pursue a better life instead of working.
The Miss World 2019 coronation is set to happen on December 14, in London. Keep on visiting this site for more pageant updates.
Who do you think will win this year?