Jamaica Wins Miss Humanity International 2012, Ayelee of the Philippines is 2nd Runner up!

Lesa Gayle Wee Tom of Jamaica wins Miss Humanity International 2012 crown in the 2nd edition of Barbados based pageant. 1st Runner Up is  Miss Guyana – Meleesa Natashawhile our own bet – Miss Philippines – Ayelee Dasalla got the 2nd runner up title, duplicating last year’s finish of Czarina Gatbonton.  3rd Runner Up  is Miss Netherlands Romina Verdoorn and 4th Runner Up is  Miss Australia – Cleo Howman. 

New Miss Humanity International is Jamaica – Lesa Gayle Wee Tom!

Special Awardees are: Miss Photogenic – Australia, People’s Choice – Philippines, Best Swimwear – Jamaica, Best Gown – Jamaica, Best Talent – Guyana.

Ayelee Marie Dasalla is 2nd Runner up!

Its interesting to note that there are two Binibining Pilipinas 2012 delegates in this pageant, our very own Ayelee and MariePeter representing Norway. 

Together again.. Marie Peter and Marie Dasalla

Ayelee and Marie with their official Binibining Pilipinas headshots.

Ayelee Dasalla and Marie Peters with other delegates

Miss Barbados  Jalissa Brathwaite was disqualified  and  willfully left the hotel unknown the MHI Organisation after she was spoken about having unauthorized people in her room which was being shared with another delegate.  “One male was found hiding in the bathroom of her room and two other people were present when they should not be, We can not have other delegates exposed to undesirables or placed at potential risk or of having their clothing or property stolen.” as per the organizer.

Miss Humanity International is an innovative pageant with headquarters in Bridgetown, Barbados. Its sole objective is to promote and raise awareness about humanitarian causes worldwide. The pageant is open to young ladies ages 16-27 who have a strong passion for community & humanitarian service. We desire delegates to support charities that work to advocate against child labour, HIV/AIDS Discrimination, domestic abuse, genocide, sexual exploitation, human trafficking, hunger, lack of access to pure drinking water or discrimination, poverty. All national representatives are expected to engage in social activities with businesses and governments to benefit all of humankind through charitable causes. 

Events2images congratulates Ayelee for making us proud!