Miss International was first held in 1960 in Long Beach, California (Not to be confused with “Miss, Mrs and Miss Teen International Pageant”). Since early 1970’s the competition is held annually in Japan. Miss International contestants are considered as “Ambassadors of Peace and Beauty”. With beauty, Intelligence and friendship, they are expected to promote world peace, goodwill and understanding.
The first Miss Haiti International elected was in 1962. Unfortunately, Mireille Hollant did not compete. After fifty years of absence, Haiti came back in the competition with Anedie Azael as Miss Haiti International 2012. She was placed Top 15 with the award “Miss JOICEF”. Since then, Haiti participation has been constant.