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Camilla Estico, Miss Seychelles 2014, supported by an organic farm for her food and healthy living program




Camilla Estico, 23 years old, who was crowned Miss Seychelles 2014 at the end of May on the island of Mahé, launched for several weeks in the heart of the archipelago its project destined for several Seychellois families to accompany them on a healthy diet and life on a daily basis.
 
A pioneer project in fight against obesity which attracted particular Jean-Paul Geffroy, and decided to make available its organic farm vegetables.
 
"This project is directly connected with my belief for the promotion of a balanced and healthy lifestyle. I thought it was my duty to approach you and support this national project, which will be beneficial to the Seychelles in terms of health," explained Jean-Paul Geffroy.
 
As a reminder, a South African dietician, Kirschlee Naidoo, also works on the program established over fifteen weeks and provides assistance to Camilla Estico.
 
Camilla Estico will represent colors Seychelles at the 64th edition of the Miss World pageant scheduled year-end on the side of London.
 
 
 



Fabrice François


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