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Miss World mission to Haiti begins Monday
Published on March 11, 2013 Email To Friend    Print Version

PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti -- Miss World CEO and chairman of Variety International, a Children’s Fund, Julia Morley, and the reigning Miss World, Wenxia Yu (from China) will be leading a special team to Haiti this week to see firsthand the relief efforts that are supported from US$500,000 raised by the Miss World contestants as part of ‘Beauty With A Purpose’.

The funds are being donated by Miss World through Variety International Children’s Fund under the guidance of Dr Ben Fredrick

The busy four-day schedule will include travelling to the remote mountain regions to visit sites that will benefit from the Miss World fund raising activities.

Speaking ahead of the trip, Morley said, “I’m looking forward to visiting Haiti, it’s a country that deserves as much help as possible. We are visiting Haiti to see the fantastic work that Thriving Villages along with the water missions are doing.”
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