Kua tau mai ngā toa whakataetae waiwaiā o te ao, ki Aotearoa. Ko te toa, Manushi Chhilaar ō Īnia, me te toa ō mua, a Stephanie Del Valle Diaz o Puerto Rico, e kawe ana i te kaupapa Beauty with a Purpose ki te ao whānui, me te aha, kua tūhono mai ki te toa Miss World o tēnei whenua a Jess Tyson.
“Well we're looking into two projects and like every trip we hope to bring a lot of light on the certain issues, we look forward to support those two projects and at the same time take back the ideas becuase we travel across the world," te kī a Manushi Chhillar.
“Well I'm hoping obviously to do as much as we always do on every trip and that is get the most out of the work we do and help the most children that we possibly can,” te kōrero a Stephanie Del Valle Diaz.
He akonga tākuta a Manushi Chhillar, e whakaohooho nei i te marea ki ngā take hauora e pā ana ki te īkura.
“…because science couldn't explain it people found their own ways to explain it and they're still living in that traditional line of thought which made it a taboo, it is major concern not only in India but in different parts of the world and the causes are different but the effect is the same,” te kī a Chillar.
Kei te ako a Stephanie Del Valle Diaz i te ture me te whakawhiti kōrero, ā, nā wāna mahi kohi moni tū ai he Hōhipera Huaranga i ngā Tākihi me ngā Ate, he tuatahi mā ngā tamariki ki Puerto Rico.
“That would not only help all the children of Puerto Rico, but also all the Carribean so that all of these kids would not have to travel to the US to receive that treatment, that process is already very difficult,” te kī a Stephanie Del Valle Diaz.
Kua tūhono mai te tokorua nei ki te toa Miss World o Aotearoa a Jess Tyson.
“He wā tino hirahira ki ahau nā te mea i haere rātau ki konei ki te tautoko i ahau ā ki te ako i te kaupapa Miss World New Zealand Beauty with a Purpose,” te kī a Jess Tyson.
Hei tā Manushi Chhillar, “The first is the learning centre so it's an online learning process for, especially if you have an entry exam before you go to university, and like I said everybody has a different way of learning so me and Jess are going to look into that, and the second project is children with special needs.”
He toru rā rātau e haere ana ki ngā momo kaupapa ohaoha.