Miss Senegal

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Comité Miss-Sénégal nouvelle vision
TypeBeauty pageant
Miss World
Official language
Amina Badiane
SE.CO.BA (Communication Service Badiane)

Miss-Sénégal is a national Beauty pageant in Senegal.


Miss Senegal was founded in 1960 by the Ministry of Tourism, Senegal. The winner becomes national goodwill ambassador of her country. In January 2016, Miss Senegal rights belong to Amina Colle Badiane as the new president of Miss Senegal. She has evolved over many years in Europe (especially Italy and France) as a professional model. Subsequently, it was also host and presenter at major Italian television channels.[1]


  • 2016—Amina Badiane SE.CO.BA (Communication Service Badiane) Directorship
  • 1985—Moise Ambroise Gomis Directorship
  • 1974—Government of Tourism in Senegal


The first edition of Miss Senegal Nouvelle Vision has achieved its objective of reviving Senegal's cultural and tourist assets at both national and international level. It allowed the organization of 14 regional finals and the National Grand Final which closed the edition.

Franchise holders

As tradition the main winner usually competed at Miss Universe pageant. Began new foundation in 2016 the Miss Senegal purposed to return at Miss Universe pageant. It stills unknown that the country might comeback after so many years did not present at Miss Universe competition. In recent moment the President of Miss Senegal received a mandatory to send a winner to upcoming Miss World began in 2019.


Year Miss-Sénégal Region
1960 Fatou Ba Dakar
1974 Thioro Thiam Fatick
1985 Chantal Loubelo Dakar
1986 Maria Diéye Dakar
1987 Fabienne Joelle Feliho Dakar
1990 Madina Camara Diourbel
1992 Aissatou Nathalie Dia Dakar
1997 Maïmouna Diallo Kolda
1998 Aïcha Faye Dakar
1999 Yaye Astou Cissé Kaolack
2000 Mamy Camara Tambacounda
2001 Mame Diarra Mballo Dakar
2002 Marième Camara Kaolack
2003 Khadija Guèye Matam
2004 Aminata Dieye Dakar
2005 Maria Magdalena Vertomen Diop Saint-Louis
2006 Khady Bâ Matam
2007 Aminata Diallo Dakar
2008 Fatimata Diallo Matam
2009 Katy Chimère Diaw Dakar
2011 Tacko Fatim Thiam Dakar
2012 Penda Ly Dakar
2013 Marie Thérèse Ndiaye Mbour
2014 Anna Diouf Thiès
2016 Ndeye Astou Sall Dakar
2017 Yacine Dieng Thiam Thiès
2019 Alberta Diatta Ziguinchor
2021 Ndèye Fatma Dione Fatick
2022 Fatou L'eau[2] Dakar

Titleholders under Miss Senegal

  •   : Declared as Winner
  •   : Ended as runner-up or top 5/6 qualification
  •   : Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
  •   : Ended as special awards winner

Miss World Senegal

Since 2017, the winner of Miss Senegal has been sent to Miss World. If the winner does not qualify (due to age) for the contest, a runner-up will be sent.
Year Miss World Senegal Placement
at Miss World
Special Awards Notes
2023 Fatou L'eau TBA
2022 No pageant held due to the postponement of Miss World 2021
2021 Penda Sy Unplaced Chosen as Miss World Senegal 2021 by Miss Senegal New Vision committee.[3]
2020 No pageant held due to the COVID-19 pandemic
2019 Alberta Diatta Unplaced
2018 Aïssatou Filly Unplaced
2017 Nar Codou Diouf Unplaced

Miss Universe Senegal

Between 1974—1987, the winner of Miss Senegal was sent to Miss Universe. If the winner did not qualify (due to age) for the contest, a runner-up was sent.
Year Miss Universe Senegal Placement
at Miss Universe
Special Awards Notes
Did not compete since 1988—Present
1987 Fabienne Joelle Feliho Unplaced
1986 Did not compete
1985 Chantal Loubelo Unplaced
Did not compete between 1975—1984
1974 Thioro Thiam Unplaced


  1. ^ "Amina Badiane, Presidente Comite Miss Senegal". dakarbuzz.net. Retrieved 3 May 2016.
  2. ^ "Miss Senegal 2021: Fatou L'eau". 24 June 2022.
  3. ^ "Miss World 2021: Penda Sy représentera le Sénégal". Diaspora News (in French). 2021-10-05. Retrieved 2023-07-04.

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