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‘Dhivehinge Igthisaadhee Sallaa’ – Maldives Economic Forum underway – UNDP reports

Male’, September 19, 2011: A six-episode TV programme focusing on national economic issues will be initiated on October 5. The Maldives Economic Forum, or ‘Dhivehinge Igthisaadhee Sallaa’ is a key activity under the “Employment and Enterprise Development for Women and Youth” project signed between the United Nations Development Programme and the Ministry of Economic Development […]

Juwairiya Saeed appointed to ICDS Board

September 22, 2011: Senior Consultant of FJS, Ms. Juwairiya Saeed has been appointed as a Director of the Board of the Institute of Corporate Directors and Secretaries, Maldives. The Institute of Corporate Directors and Secretaries (ICDS) is an initiative of Capital Markets Development Authority of Maldives. The Institute was established with the aim to promote […]

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Hamid Sodique to lecture MBA Programme

18 September 2011: Senior Consultant of FJS Hamid Sodique has accepted an offer to lecture Marketing Management course for the Open University Malaysia MBA programme offered by Villa College, Male’, Maldives. Villa College was established in 2007 with the registration of its first Institute, Villa Institute of Water Sports followed by the Villa Institute of […]

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International day of democracy celebrated in the Maldives with a focus on “Youth Inclusion And Democracy” – UNDP

UNDP Maldives: Male’, September 15, 2011: The United Nations Development Programme joined partners in celebrating the International Day of Democracy in the Maldives, at an event held this morning. With the theme centred on “Youth Inclusion and Democracy”, the ceremony saw the participation of several actors playing a key role in the democratic process in […]

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Comprehensive Study of Maldivian Civil Society

‘Comprehensive Study of Maldivian Civil Society’ – The purpose of the study is for the Government of the Maldives – represented by Ministry of Home Affairs  and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to deepen current understanding of the operating civil sector society in the Maldives, and following that, to establish meaningful regulation of the […]

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Launching of ‘Comprehensive Study of Maldivian Civil Society’

15 September 2011: The ‘Comprehensive Study of Maldivian Civil Society’ (a study commissioned by the UNDP and Ministry of Home Affairs) was launched yesterday by the UNDP during the event to mark the International Day of Democracy 2011. The study shows that the sector is driven primarily by young volunteers with a vision to contribute […]

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Maldives Economic Forum

FJS is partnering with the UNDP/MED to produce a 6-episode TV show on issues surrounding economic development, presented from an analytical/educational perspective, free from political biases … for more details follow us on facebook Maldives Economic Forum…

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Social and Economic Screening of Thinadhoo Island Fishing Community – Field Study Report

Date: August 2011 Team: Fareeha Shareef Hamid Sodique Abdulla Waheed Summary: This report presents findings of the social and economic screening of the fishing community of the Island of Thinadhoo of South Huvadhoo Atoll of the Maldives. The findings reflect the discussions held with the island community including fishermen, vessel owners, fish processers and service […]

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Financial Services for the Fisheries Sector: Maldives Case study

Fishing, processing and marketing of tuna is a traditional activity in the Maldives. This study has examined two value chains: The pole and line fishery for (mainly) skipjack tuna, destined for the canned or pouched tuna market. The line fishery for (mainly) yellow fin tuna destined for the fresh fish markets in Europe and Japan.

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