Dunia Ibrahim to represent Lebanon at Miss Earth 2021

30 Mar 2021 | Priya Bhardwaj

The organization of Miss Lebanon crowned Dunia Ibrahim as the new Miss Earth Lebanon 2021 and she will now represent Lebanon at Miss Earth 2021. The diva has succeeded Miss Earth Lebanon 2020 Dayana Soulayman for the title and is very excited to take over the duties and start preparing for the competition under the ownership of Sawsan Elsayed.

Dunia is 24-years-old and is assured that she will perform her best to make the country proud and make a significant change in the environmental sector. The announcement of the crowning was made on Sawsan’s official social media page where she announced that the crowning took place at Al-Hamra which was attended by only the stakeholders who follow aesthetic activities, in addition to media faces and some friends. The gathering at the ceremony was cut shot due to the pandemic scare across the globe.



After the crowning, Dunia thanked the Al-Sawsan International Foundation for recognizing her passion and zeal to win the title for the country and gave her a chance to participate and represent Lebanon at Miss Earth 2021. She also thanked all her followers and fans who voted for her and have always supported her with immense amount of love. She mentioned, “The message of beauty is not only a form and appearances, but it is a sublime message and goal of social and humanitarian, and I am very excited to represent Lebanon in the Philippines in the hope that I represent my country in the best way.” She is also a part of Miss Europe 2021 jury which will be held soon.

Dunia is not new to the world of pageantry as she was one of the participants at Miss Lebanon 2018 where she was highly appreciated but unfortunately, couldn’t win. She has always showcased her love and passion for beauty pageants and fashion world via her social media. She is beautiful, strong, and dedicated towards performing her best and making the people of Lebanon proud.



The beauty queen is looking forward to use the platform given to her to talk about her advocacy and reach out to a massive audience.  She is grateful for the opportunities she has received and is assured that she is going to work hard to achieve more and make the people of Lebanon proud.