Best advocacies of Binibining Pilipinas 2019 Contestants (Part 1)

09 Apr 2019 | Irina Silva

Binibining Pilipinas 2019 is all set to take place on 09th June 2019 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. The contestants have started performing well and are busy with their community visits and tours. The contestants of Binibining Pilipinas 2019 have also declared their brilliant advocacies which they would like to expand further by the means of Binibining Pilipinas platform. 

Angelopedia has selected the best advocacies of the Binibining Pilipinas 2019 contestants who will definitely leave an indelible impact on the Filipino society and bring a solid change in the lives of Filipino people. 
So, without further ado, let’s take a look at the best eight advocacies of Binibining Pilipinas 2019 –


Denielle Joie Magno



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Danielle hails from Pangasinan and wants to provide a voice to the victims of sexual harassment. The diva should be commended for her self-initiative to educate 300 senior high school students about the know-how and how to fight back when it comes to sexual harassment or domestic abuse. She is also the front runner advocate with an NGO called “Breaking Silence” which fights back for sexual and domestic abuse.


Martina Turner Diaz



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The gorgeous Filipina’s advocacy surrounds the empowerment of the elderly people who are often neglected by society due to their old age. Her advocacy aims to help the elders by empowering them with education, providing better health facilities and leisure. This will help them to regain their lost confidence and be a significant part of the Filipino community.


Sigrid Grace Flores



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Sigrid’s advocacy includes a lot of community services and kicking off various love movements in which people join hands to give back to the community which includes charity programmes and community development projects and various outreach programmes.


Malka Shaver



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The Filipina hails from Zamboanga Sibuga wants to push the advocacy of the organisation that she grew up with. The aim of the advocacy is to unite people of different beliefs, creed, colour. She incorporated this advocacy into hers which leads to connecting of humans to mother nature, family and to their inner soul.


Jane Darren Genobisa



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Coming from the Bagobo tribe herself, the 21-year-old Jane Darren Genobisa of Davao del Sur believes that indigenous people can adapt with the modern times but without having to lose the touch with their inherent traditions. That is why she wants to use her platform to uplift Bago children and focuses on empowering them.


Bea Patricia Magtanong



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Bea Patricia Magtanong from Bataan advocacy revolves around one of the most marginalised sections of the society, the prisoners, especially female inmates. She wants to works in regard to their legal rights, health and rehabilitation upon release. Being a law graduate, the diva got to know about the living conditions of them and sympathises with them.


Maria Isabela Galeria



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Maria Isabela Galeria from Sorsogon advocates removing the stigma around mental health. She realised the lack of empathy and facilities that created a hindrance in the recovery and healing of the patients dealing with mental health issues. She has asked people to lend their care and support to the mental health patients.


Leren Mae Bautista



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Leren Mae Bautista from the province of Laguna shared her story of bullying and hope that people could relate to her story and never stop believing in themselves. Her advocacy revolves around bullying prevention and giving strength to people who have suffered from the same.