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Miss Rwanda

Miss Rwanda Organization
MottoBeauty, Brain and Culture
Formation1993
TypeBeauty pageant
HeadquartersKigali
Location
Membership
Miss World
Miss Supranational
Official language
Kinyarwanda
National Director
Maria Sarungi Tsehai
Key people
Dieudonne Ishimwe
Websitewww.missrwanda.rw

Miss Rwanda is a national Beauty pageant in Rwanda.

History

Since 2014, Miss Rwanda is organised by Rwanda Inspiration Backup - led by Dieudonne Ishimwe. Prior to that, Miss Rwanda was organised by Mashirika Performing Arts and Media Company, in 2012, and by telecom company Rwandatel, in 2009. It was first organised, however, by Partners International in December 1993.

Miss Rwanda is a cultural event, and they see it as fitting within their social cooperate responsibilities, the pageant was sponsored by Rwandatel. Miss Rwanda will ensure that the winner adheres to the set rules and behaves in a manner acceptable of beauty queens, to make certain that the institution of Miss Rwanda is respected.[1] The 1st edition Miss Rwanda 2009 was held on December 19, 2009 and Grace Bahati was made a history to become Miss Rwanda.

Titleholders

Year Miss Rwanda Province Notes
2018 Liliane Iradukunda [2] Western
2017 Elsa Iradukunda[3] Western Province
2016 Jolly Mutesi Kigali
2015 Doriane Kundwa[4] Northern Province
2014 Colombe Akiwacu[5] Eastern Province
2012 Aurore Kayibanda [6] Southern Province
2009 Grace Bahati Southern Province
1993 Dalila Uwera Kigali

Representatives to Miss World

Color key
  •      Declared as Winner
  •      Ended as runner-up
  •      Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists

Miss World Rwanda

Year Miss Rwanda Province Election Placement Special Awards
2018 Liliane Iradukunda Kigali Miss Rwanda 2018 TBA
2017 Elsa Iradukunda Kigali Miss Rwanda 2017 Unplaced
2016 Jolly Mutesi Kigali Miss Rwanda 2016 Unplaced Beauty With A Purpose (Top 24)

References

  1. ^ "Miss Rwanda: Rwandatel to organize Miss Rwanda 2009". focus.rw. Archived from the original on 2014-10-02.
  2. ^ [www.missrwanda.rw]. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  3. ^ "Miss Rwanda 2017 is Elsa Iradukunda, Congratulations to Her". Miss Rwanda en Facebook. 25 Feb 2017.
  4. ^ Dean Karemera (23 February 2015). "Rwanda: Miss Rwanda 2015 Sets Bar High As Kundwa Is Crowned". allafrica.com.
  5. ^ "Miss Rwanda 2014". allafrica.com.
  6. ^ "Miss Rwanda 2012-2013". livewireworld. 2 September 2012.

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