Newly completed infrastructural development projects in Dhuvaafaru island of Raa atoll, have been inaugurated.
President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih inaugurated the projects in Dhuvaafaru as part of his campaign tour across Raa atoll, ongoing as part of his campaign for re-election in this year’s Presidential election, slated for September.
The Maldivian leader was accorded a warm welcome upon arrival in Dhuvaafaru island.
The newly inaugurated projects in Dhuvaafaru include a football ground, newly constructed roads and a completed land reclamation project.
The Dhuvaafaru land reclamation project was carried out by the Maldives Transport and Contracting Company (MTCC).
Under the project, 22.2 hectares of land was reclaimed, and a protective revetment was constructed.
Under the road construction project, MTCC constructed a total of 5.7 kilometers of road.
In addition to this, the new football ground inaugurated as part of the tour saw MTCC carrying out the subbase work of the new football ground.
Further, V.A.M. Company Private Limited carried out the turf installation work, with CoreLine Maldives Private Limited having completed the light installation component of the project.
The upgrades will pave the path for a high-quality field for local athletes alongside supporting the development of football in Dhuvaafaru.
The incumbent administration has made significant strides towards the equitable development of all inhabited islands nationwide without discrimination, under the capable leadership of President Solih.
The initiatives by the administration have ensured that the quality of life of island residents have been enhanced and they have been empowered to lead dignified lives.
President Solih has been officially inaugurating several development initiatives that have been completed across the scatter of islands comprising the Maldives, as part of his campaign tours.
The initiatives underway on the islands represent significant investments in the development and well-being of island communities and are expected to enhance their quality of life.