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Miss Eco International 2023 is Nguyen Thanh Ha of Vietnam

Miss Eco Vietnam Nguyen Thanh Ha bested over 40 other contestants to win Miss Eco International 2023 on Friday, March 3 at the Triumph Luxury Hotel in Cairo. The 19-year-old beauty from Ben Tre Province succeeded last year's winner from the Philippines, Kathleen Paton. She is the first Vietnamese representative to win the Egypt-based international competition. Rounding out the Top 5 finalists were first runner-up from Nigeria, Odum Nnena, second runner-up from Mauritius, Yuvna Gookool, third runner-up from Cambodia, Ratana Sokhavatey, and fourth runner-up from Ecuador, Génesis Guerrero Cabrera. The representatives from Brazil, Belarus, Paraguay, USA, Venezuela, and Costa were the rest of the Top 11 while Malaysia, Mexico, Egypt, Australia, Belgium, Nepal, China, Philippines, Panama and South Africa completed the Top 21 semifinalists. Meet the new Miss Eco International: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Miss Eco International (@missecointernational)

Nigerian Queen 2022 is Damilola Bolarinde from Lagos

Nigerian Queen 2022, the 14th Nigerian Queen pageant took place on Saturday, August 20 at the EUI Centre in Port Harcourt. Damilola Bolarinde, 26, from Lagos, walked away with the title. She succeeds last year's winner Abimbola Abayomi and will represent her country at Miss Grand International 2022 this October in Indonesia. The first runner-up was Nnena Odum (expected to participate in the next Miss Eco International) and the second runner-up was Mavis Aruma. A total of 40 contestants took part in the event which was hosted by Ebuka. The glittering show also featured live performances from August Chuk, Africa's premium band Alternate Sound, and CC Johnson with the 25-man symphony orchestra. "I am truly grateful that you find me worthy to take up this responsibility and represent the organization. I will do my very best to be the best ambassador," the new Nigerian Queen wrote in a statement on social media. View this post on Instagram A post shared

Miss World Philippines 2022 is Gwendolyne Fourniol of Negros Occidental

Gwendolyne Fourniol, representative of Negros Occidental, bested 35 other contestants to win the Miss World Philippines 2022 title at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City on Sunday, June 5. The 21-year-old Filipino-French beauty pursued a degree in economics from Oxford Brookes University in London. She is an advocate for education and has been working with a non-profit organization that sends underprivileged kids to school. "As an advocate of education, I do agree that during the pandemic we have suffered the most, but the children who have a lack of access to education have suffered the greatest," she answered during the question and answer portion.  She added, "And working hand in hand with ERDA Foundation who empowered the marginalized Filipino, I believe by uniting benefactors and encouraging our children and allowing them to go back to school, especially during this pandemic will make this world a better place because education is the greatest weapon against povert

Miss Eco International 2022 is Kathleen Paton of the Philippines

Kathleen Paton of the Philippines was crowned Miss Eco International 2022 on Thursday, March 17 at the Triumph Luxury Hotel in Cairo, Egypt. The 24-year-old Australian-Filipino model who hails from Aklan bested 40 other beauties to win the Egypt-based international pageant. She succeeds South Africa's Gizzelle Uys. Belgium's Chloë Reweghs was named first runner-up while the United States' Jesaura “Jessy" Peralta placed second runner-up. Lucia Morales of Spain and Prasana Shri of Malaysia were the third and fourth runners-up, respectively. The new Miss Eco International became the second woman from her country to bag the title. She is no stranger to pageantry as she has also won the Miss Teen International title in 2017 in Bangkok, Thailand. Photos: Miss Eco International

South Africa's Gizzelle Uys wins Miss Eco International 2020

Gizzelle Uys of South Africa was crowned Miss Eco International 2020 in a competition held at the Baron Resort Sharm El Sheikh in South Sinai, Egypt on Sunday, April 4. The 23-year-old actress, model and dancer who hails from Pretoria bested 38 other beauties to win the international pageant. Kelley Day of the Philippines and Alexandria Kelly of the United States of America were the first and second runners-up, respectively, while Steffanía Rodríguez of Venezuela and Kristel Ruiz Freeman of Costa Rica completed the Top 5. The new Miss Eco International succeeds Amy Nur Tinie Abdul Aziz of Malaysia who took over the title after the last winner from Peru, Suheyn Cipriani, was dethroned. Hosted by Nancy Magdy, the event was the 6th edition of the pageant that aims to promote the protection and preservation of our environment. Photo: Miss Eco International