Three former Miss Worlds, Manushi Chhillar (Miss World 2017) from India, Stephanie Del Valle, (Miss World 2016) from Puerto Rico and Vanessa Ponce (Miss World 2018) from Mexico are coming collectively to lift consciousness on coronavirus and focus on learn how to battle the stigma of an infection that’s slowly on the rise.
Manushi says, “At a time like this, no matter every considered one of us can do to lift as a lot consciousness about COVID-19 in our respective international locations and communities will probably be key to cease the virus in its tracks. I wished to inform people who we’re on this collectively and what’s taking place in India can be taking place in the remainder of the world.”
The platform may have the three beautiful beauties, who’re additionally very vocal about social points and do tons of labor in their very own capability within the fields of schooling, menstrual hygiene, discrimination, racism, and so on, converse concerning the want for the world to unite to battle the pandemic.
“The ache we’re witnessing with the lack of lives, the struggles, the hardships of Indians are related to what’s taking place in each nation of the world and the Miss Worlds from Mexico and Puerto Rico will converse on the identical. We’re one world and we are able to battle and heal collectively. That’s the intent of this train,” Manushi says.
COVID-19 has impacted all main international locations of the world because the virus spreads throughout continents. The three former Miss Worlds will probably be utilizing social media as a platform to debate the steps taken by their international locations to battle the virus and likewise spotlight the person work they’re doing in affiliation with their authorities our bodies to lift consciousness on COVID-19.
Manushi has already been roped in by the Haryana State Authorities and UNICEF India to lift as a lot consciousness among the many individuals of India. The beauties may even focus on the significance of psychological well being at a time like this and learn how to battle the stigma of coronavirus that’s setting in individuals’s minds.