Eighteen year-old Rosevemme Marie C. Fajardo is the Official Philippine Entry at the First-Ever Miss Universal Peace and Humanity (MUPH), to be held in Beirut, Lebanon from November 28 and will culminate on December 10, 2014, the 66th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
A native of Surigao City, Vemme as she is fondly called, is the daughter of Maria Calang. This 5'7 tall lady is a Second Year BSBA Financial Management Student at the College of Immaculate Conception, Cabanatuan City.
Rosevemme won as Miss Grand Philipines (MGP) 2014, First Runner-up during the inaugural MGP pageant held last August 16, 2014 at the Toyota Asian Cultural Center, in UP Diliman. Mr. John Edward De la Vega, CEO and local franchise holder of MGP, personally handpicked Rosevemme to be the country's delegate to MUPH.
" I'm so delighted and honored to represent the Philippines at the first-ever Miss Universal Peace and Humanity Pageant, this is once in a lifetime experience for me, and I will try my very best to bring honor and pride not just for my family and those people who believe in me, but more importantly for our country." says Rosevemme, during her send-off press co-inference held last November 24,2014 at Tustyica resturant in Quezon City.
'With her innate charm, beauty and personality, not to mention her passion in everything she does, we are confident that Rosevemme will do well in pageant To Vemme, just enjoy the whole pageant experience and follow all the pageant advice that we the team,always advises you, and everything will be fine." added Mr. John De la Vega during the send-off.
Rosevemme spent almost a month and a half in extensive pageant training under the personal supervision of Mr. John De la Vega and Miss Ali Forbes, Bb. Pilipinas 2012 First Runner-up and Miss Grand International 2013 3rd Runner-up. Her pageant training includes pasarela, personality development and question and answer, make-up sessions with Erica Jones and Jeosef Sarroba photo sessions with Andy Cayna, and orientations on Relevant Social Issues such as Human Rights, Gender Equality and Child Rights by Mr. Francs Calubaquib.
Pageant Friends and supporters may also help boost our Miss Universal Peace and Humanity Philippines chance of winning through the on-line voting, just go to http://www.muph.org/click VOTE NOW and search for Miss Philippines, one vote per email address.
The Miss Universal Peace and Humanity Pageant is managed and produced by International Human Rights Comimission. The pageant promotes, inspires and empowers all women to develop and utilized their strengths and inner qualities to positively impact all people throughout the world. Fundamental values of Family, Faith, Community and willingness to promote Peace, respect of human dignity and gender equality are foundation for footprints each delegates leaves on her world.