Best advocacies of Binibining Pilipinas 2019 Contestants (Part 2)

09 Apr 2019 | Angelique Reyes

The 56th edition of Binibining Pilipinas i.e. Binibining Pilipinas 2019 is going to take place on 09th June 2019 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. The beautiful contestants of the national pageant have got the chance to communicate their advocacies which they would like to leverage with the help and support of Binibining Pilipinas platform and Filipino people.

For part 2 of the best advocacies, Angelopedia has selected eight Binibining Pilipinas 2019 contestants who advocacies are extremely significant to be heard and should be given attention to. These advocacies will not only bring forth a positive change to the society but will also help many marginalised people who would have been neglected or forgotten otherwise

For part 2, let’s take a look at the best eight advocacies of Binibining Pilipinas 2019 –

Francia Papa Layderos



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Francia hails from Libon, Albay advocates for better farming practices and a greater appreciation for agriculture. Being a proud daughter of farmers, the Filipina has seen first-hand experiences of the struggles of the farmer community. According to her, it is one of the most neglected sectors of the Philippines which needs attention. She also wants people to treat and respect farming like any other profession.


Samantha Mae Bernardo



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The gorgeous Filipina who hails from Palawan advocates for Malaria control and eradication in the Philippines. The diva is currently working with the Philippines Movement against malaria which aims to make Philippines malaria-free by 2030. Her advocacy will help many people suffering from the disease and create awareness among those who are not very well informed about the disease.


Emma Mary Tiglao



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Emma Mary Tiglao comes from Pampanga and is a staunch supporter of children’s well-being and her advocacy revolves around helping underprivileged and less fortunate children. For the last five years, Emma has been working with Bright Hope charity works. She wants to be an inspiration and encouragement so that they can dream of a better future.


Hannah Consencino Arnold



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The Filipino-Australian beauty wants to spread awareness regarding the Filipino families were crime victims of common crime. She believes that the best way to eradicate crime is to keep children motivated and push them towards a constructive way of life by the means of education. Education will not only leverage their moral character but also push them to be better and responsible citizens.


April May Short



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April May Short, the beautiful Filipina hails from Zamboanga advocates self-empowerment through education. she is very passionate and driven towards providing school supplies to children and educating them for their better future.


Mary Faye Murphy



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Mary Faye Murphy from Tarlac advocacy revolves around agriculture, which according to the Filipina is the backbone of the Filipino economy. This sector provides employment to many people in the Filipino workforce. According to her, it would be an injustice to the farmers who are not able to provide food for themselves while they feed so many people.


Dia Nicole Mancao Magno



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Dia Nicole Mancao Magno from Butuan, Caraga advocates about community service which includes empowering children to use the gift of sports which will build sportsmanship and opportunity to represent their country. Her second advocacy talks about women empowerment which is a significant topic for the Filipina beauty.


Resham Ramirez Saeed



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Resham Ramirez Saeed from Maguindanao is a strong advocate of gender equality and women empowerment. She works with an organisation called SPARK which resonates with her vision and provides assistance to people through entrepreneurship. She wishes for a world where everyone can live in harmony and accept each other differences.