Miss World 2016: Which Countries Made To “Beauty With a Purpose” Viewing?

Miss World 2016: Beauty With a Purpose Evaluation Begins!

The 66th edition of the Miss World pageant is slated to take place on 18th December 2016 at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland, United States, Washington, D.C. During the conclusion of the pageant, Mireia Lalaguna Royo of Spain will pass on her crown to her successor.

Ms. World Mr. World PGH Visit

As the finale of Miss World 2016 is only a week far, the most important segment of the pageant, which is “Beauty with a Purpose” has kicked off on the verge of evaluation. Tonight the Miss World Organization selected few videos of ‘Beauty with a Purpose’ to be viewed by the contestants and the jury panel.

The “Beauty with a Purpose” Viewing gala began with the CEO of Miss World Organization, Julia Morley’s speech about the vitality of ‘Beauty with a Purpose’. Former Miss World contestant, Deborah Lambie, Miss World New Zealand 2015, was the special guest of the evening as she has helped over 70,000 students with free education tutorial videos made available online, a courtesy of her last year’s “Beauty with a Purpose” project.

The selected countries for the “Beauty with a Purpose” viewing are as follows in no particular order-

  1. Australia – Helping Indigenous Children
  2. Belgium – Assisting Children in Cambodia
  3. Hungary – Equestrian Therapy
  4. Chile – Teaching Blind Children Music
  5. China – Assisting a variety of care centers (Children with brain damage, building houses for children, helping the elderly)
  6. Colombia – Sponsoring Victims of Violence & Displacement
  7. Cote D’Ivoire – Helping victims of Buruli Ulcer Skin Disease
  8. Dominican Republic – Talent Program for Youth
  9. Fiji – Project Qelekuro- Assiting Victims of Cyclone Winston
  10. Guadeloupe – Helping the elderly
  11. Indonesia – Dreams Beyond the Dumpsite- Helping the scavengers of dumpsites
  12. Ireland – Alzheimer’s Society of Ireland
  13. Mongolia- Brothers-Sisters Mentorship Program
  14. Nepal – Classroom & Beyond- Providing classrooms for children
  15. Nigeria – Helping Education Centers
  16. Panama – A Chance to Change- Helping women in correctional facilities
  17. Philippines – Paradiso Project- Creating a School for children in garbage sites
  18. Rwanda – Targeting a variety of problems in Rwanda (Visiting Veteran Centers, Malnutrition Awareness, Drug Abuse, Domestic Tourism, Child Education)
  19. Sierra Leone – Helping orphans of the Ebola Virus
  20. Sri Lanka – Helping a School for children of Mental and Physical Disabilities & Red Cross Ambassador
  21. Tanzania – Female Genital Mutilation and Gender Discrimination
  22. Thailand – Working against Deforestation
  23. United States – Habitat for Humanity
  24. Venezuela – Improvement and Reconstruction of a school

Who do you think will walk home with the most significant title of Miss World pageant, “Beauty with a Purpose”? As the winner gets 50% of marks in the final leaderboard of Miss World grand finale, hence this segment proves to be crucially decisive one. Share your bets for the segment in the comment section below.

Who do you think will be crowned as next Miss World? Meanwhile, do not forget to vote for your favourite Miss World contestant to make them win the People’s Poll.

Vote For Your Favourite Miss World 2016 Contestant Right Here!

Meet Miss World 2016 Contestants HERE!

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