MISS HYGIENE GHANA is not just a beauty pageant but a program that promotes integrity, dignity and virtue in women and also judges women on a broad range of qualities: commitment to public service, dedication to the task and the capability to speak with confidence, poise and grace as sanitation ambassadors.
Bridgetta Glover, a 20-year-old Koforidua Technical University student, offering Higher National Diploma in Marketing, is on the Miss Hygiene Ghana 2019 edition.
“I heard about it last year and decided to contest in this year, because I have always loved challenging competitions like this to boost my confidence level, out of 30 girls, I made it through the audition and hoping to climb to the top by God’s Grace” – Bridgetta Glover
The Audition was held on 7th September 2019 at Tesano, Sun Lodge Hotel, Accra.
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Beauty Hygienically Redefined
Basic cleanliness is absolutely necessary for the existence of any individual in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Negligence of personal hygiene can subject a person to infections and diseases. With the increase in the poor sanitation conditions in our country, it is mandatory that we fight the war against any poor environmental/hygiene practices in order to provide a healthy environment for the future generation.
MISS HYGIENE GHANA was therefore conceptualized by formal students of Schools of Hygiene to future create more awareness on the essence of good environmental and personal hygiene practices. This event is aimed at properly preparing the ladies to be sanitation Ambassadors of this country to further help achieve the aims and objectives of this pageant. As part of the training section, contestants would visit their various communities, identify any sanitation-related problem, address and find solutions to it.