Sophia Nangolo (24) has been chosen to signify Namibia at this yr’s Miss Philanthropy Africa pageant.
Miss Philanthropy Africa is a charity-centred magnificence pageant that goals to supply younger feminine leaders throughout Africa.
The pageant is organised by the Miss Philanthropy Africa Initiative (MPAI), a non-governmental organisation registered in Nigeria, and can happen from 11 October to three November on the Sheraton Lodge in Nigeria.
Namibia can be amongst 15 African nations participating within the occasion.
“I am honoured to have been nominated to signify Namibia at this auspicious occasion. I stay up for representing my nation and to showcase the nice work of the Land of the Courageous,” Nangolo says.
She says she has been following the pageant web page since 2019 on Instagram and Fb, and determined to take part this yr.
“The pageant will deliver collectively African feminine youths and goals to groom them to develop into patriotic and compassionate leaders. We’re given the platform and coaching to succeed in out to the much less privileged on the African continent. I’m additionally taking part to study varied issues, comparable to a superb sense of fashion, adaptability, a constructive perspective, stamina, communication abilities and excellent facial projection,” Nangolo says.
Contestants are anticipated to provoke tasks to learn the much less privileged of their respective nations. Nangolo has launched into conducting a survey analysing the working circumstances of Namibians alongside enterprise homeowners and native entrepreneurs with the goal of selling and advocating an improved setting, in addition to to encourage entrepreneurship within the nation.
“Within the period of this dreadful Covid-19 pandemic, it will be significant that protected working circumstances and entrepreneurship are inspired to protect lives and enhance the well-being of our individuals,” she says.
She has already visited some firms and intends to go to extra organisations to encourage employers to create protected and wholesome working environments for employees.
Nangolo is at the moment finding out educating “I used to be raised to be sturdy, impartial, assured and compassionate. I’m diligent and hard-working in all the things I set my thoughts to. My grandmother raised me with sturdy values. I hope to be a instructor considered one of these good days,” she says.
Nangolo has visited the Megameno orphanage, and has donated guide to the kids kids to encourage them to learn.
She says she is obsessed with inspiring kids who need to pursue modelling careers.