Miss Earth Guyana 2018 finalist Anita Baker ‘Beauties for a Cause’ Project

23 May 2018 | Angelique Reyes

Miss Earth Guyana 2018 will organize its grand finale on 23rd June 2018 where seven beauties will compete for the national crown and the opportunity to represent Guyana at Miss Earth 2018.

Before the finale, Miss Earth Guyana 2018 contestants presented their ‘Beauties for a Cause’ project which will be a major factor in determining if the contestant is worthy of the title and its representation at international platforms.

In a series of features, we will look at their projects and how it can help in protecting the environment from major issues. The first one is by Anita Baker titled Environmental Beautification. Anita has previously raised her voice to talk about issues of garbage littering on roadways which litters the environment.


Miss Earth Guyana 2018 finalist Anita Baker ‘Beauties for a Cause’ Project


Having looked at the littering on roadways that kills the beauty of the community, Anita wishes to see parapets decorated with plants and flowers which results in neatness of the environment. This is the reason she took Environmental beautification as her advocacy.

While presenting her project, Anita explains “I have chosen this project because I believe that it can make a positive impact on the community’s development. I am originally from the community and I have seen the many efforts toward development by its residents. However, the community playground has remained untouched and the main road needs beautification enhancement.”


Miss Earth Guyana 2018 finalist Anita Baker ‘Beauties for a Cause’ Project


With her project, Anita wishes to bring about a positive change. “My intervention with this project will ensure that the children get a safe place to play, that the main road is beautified, and that some degree of pride is restored. It will also be a form of assistance to the work that is already being done and my way of giving back to the community that nurtured me”, she quotes.

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