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Miss Earth South Sudan
TypeBeauty Pageant
Miss Earth
Official language
National Director
Aheu Deng (2015-present)
Parent organization
Miss South Sudan Foundation

Miss Earth South Sudan is a title given to a South Sudanese who represents South Sudan at Miss Earth, which is an annual international beauty pageant promoting environmental awareness.[1][2][3] The national pageant of Miss Earth for South Sudan is conducted by Miss South Sudan Foundation to which Carousel Productions, the owner of Miss Earth, awarded the franchise in 2015.[4][5]


2008-2012: Beauties of Africa

South Sudan debuted in Miss Earth in 2008 through Beauties of Africa as franchise holder and the winners of Miss Malaika- South Sudan's oldest pageant represented South Sudan in the Miss Earth pageant. However, Beauties of Africa lost the franchise in 2012.[6][7][8][9][10]

2013-2014: Beauties of South Sudan

The Beauties of South Sudan was established in 2013 by Atong Demach. The pageant acquired South Sudan's franchise for Miss Earth. As part of their activities, they invited Tereza Fajksova, the Miss Earth 2012 winner, and she has become the first international beauty queen to visit South Sudan in 2013. She went to South Sudan for various environmental activities as well as to crown the very first Miss Earth South Sudan from Beauties of South Sudan franchise, which was won by Gloria Karsis.[11][12]

The Beauties of South Sudan winner would automatically represent South Sudan at the Miss Earth pageant. However, in 2015, the franchise was lost from Beauties of South Sudan for failing to send a representative in 2014. Although the said organization has a representative elected to compete through Siran Samuel.[13]

2015-present: Miss South Sudan Foundation

The Miss South Sudan Foundation acquired the franchise in 2015. The CEO of the said foundation is another Miss Earth South Sudan delegate, Aheu Deng.[5] Miss Earth South Sudan 2015 Agot Deng left South Sudan en route to Austria for Miss Earth 2015 which was scheduled on December 5, 2015, but she was deported back when she arrived in France to South Sudan due to expired visa which led to attend Miss Earth 2015 pageant.[14]


This list includes all the representatives of South Sudan including the representatives sent by the previous license holders.

Color key
  •   Declared as Winner
  •   Ended as runner-up
  •   Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
Year Miss South Sudan Miss Earth Placement Special Awards
Philippines 2008 Nok Nora Duany[6][7][15] Unplaced
Philippines 2009 Aheu Deng[16][17] Unplaced
Vietnam 2010 Atong Demach[8][18] Unplaced
Philippines 2012 Rachael Angeth[9][10][19][20][21] Unplaced 2nd place, silver medalist(s) M.E Eco-Ambassadress
Philippines 2013 Gloria Karsis Raymon [11][12][22][23] Unplaced Best Talent (Top 15)
Philippines 2014 Siran Samuel[24] Did not compete
Austria 2015 Agot Deng Jogaak[25][26] Did not compete due to visa problem[14]
Did not compete between 2016—2018
Philippines 2019 Asara Bullen Panchol[27][28][29] Unplaced
Did not compete between 2020—2021
Philippines 2022 Melang Kuol Unplaced

See also


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  14. ^ a b "Revealed: Why Miss Earth S. Sudan was embarrassingly deported from France". Hot in Juba News. 31 December 2015. Retrieved 14 November 2016.
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  18. ^ Đỗ, Tuấn (5 November 2010). "Miss Earth in Vietnam/ Hoa hậu Trái đất tại Việt Nam". Thanh Niên. Retrieved 14 November 2016.
  19. ^ "Rachael Angeth finally shares a photo with son". Hot in Juba News. 4 November 2015. Retrieved 14 November 2016.
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  25. ^ "Introducing Miss Earth South Sudan, Siran Samuel". Talk of Juba News. 26 September 2016. Archived from the original on 10 July 2016. Retrieved 14 November 2016.
  26. ^ Kuany, Daniel Majack (13 December 2014). "Agot Deng Jogaak crowned Miss South Sudan 2014". The Nation Mirror. South Sudan News.
  27. ^ "Miss Earth South Sudan urges use of fuel-efficient stoves". Radio Tamazuj. Retrieved 2021-01-08.
  28. ^ "Floods due to climate changes, says Miss Earth S. Sudan - Sudan Tribune". sudantribune.com. Retrieved 2021-01-08.
  29. ^ Agency, Report (30 November 2019). "Miss Earth South Sudan Urges Use Of Fuel-Efficient Stoves". Independent Newspapers Limited. Retrieved 7 January 2021.