City model Doreen Kabareebe will represent Uganda and East Africa at the Ms World International beauty pageant slated for August 2021 in Miami, USA.
The Ms World International aims at inspiring women from every country, continent and culture to come together, in the spirit of competition, to share their passions and promote their platforms on an international stage.
The event is a 4 days team building experience where delegates bond and build each other through supportive activities in a structured and glamorous environment.
The queens participate in several group challenges like the yacht party pose-off challenge, as well as five phases of individual competitions showcasing each one’s unique beauty, modeling ability, camera appeal and performance skills.
The 2020 event which was supposed to happen from 27th – 30th October 2020 was postponed to August 2021.
This year, it will take place from 8th August to 11th August, 2021 in Miami, USA and Uganda’s Doreen Kabareebe, who was certified as the Miss Uganda World International 2021, will represent East Africa.
She is the only East African shortlisted for the international event and she noted that she is very prepared to seize the opportunity.
“I am more than prepared it being more of a filming event. Am always having shoots, maybe am practicing through these amazing shoots,” Kabareebe revealed in 2020.
While speaking to this website recently, Kabareebe revealed that her mother Mrs. Abwooli Kahunde Balinda Alice Muzoora is excited to be accompanying her to the world class experience and a once in a lifetime opportunity.
Kabareebe’s family has been deeply supportive and is heavily involved in this experience. Her elder sister Quincy Bareebe’s companies will sponsor her travel to Miami.
The Miss Uganda 2010 contestant banks on her confidence to enable her excel at the Ms World International beauty pageant as she builds a more reputable brand.
Doreen Kabareebe is the CEO Kabareebe Models 4 Charity – a Non-governmental organisation (NGO), which aims at helping all people in Uganda, equip women with skills to fight poverty, help orphans and children coming from poor families attend school, among other activities.
We wish her the best of luck!