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USAID Mission Director Reed Aeschliman speaks at the launch ceremony for the $10.5m, 5-year Climate Change Adaptation project launch in Maldives.
March 15, 2022

Today, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) launched its $10.5 million, 5-year Climate Change Adaptation project for Maldives. This grant is in line with the Government of Maldives’ Strategic Action Plan to create resilient communities by strengthening adaptation actions and opportunities and building climate-resilient communities to address current and future vulnerabilities.

October 27, 2021

In a meeting with State Minister of Health Dr. Shah Abdulla Mahir, the United States, through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), announced an additional $2 million in urgent COVID-19 assistance for Maldives. These funds will support the Ministry of Health’s plans to purchase essential commodities, strengthen laboratory capacity, and further mitigate COVID-19 transmission, morbidity, and mortality.

September 9, 2021

USAID is working in partnership with the government and people of Maldives to increase prosperity and stability by building a more inclusive society and strengthening democratic governance. Activities strengthen social cohesion and resilience and increase the effectiveness and accountability of government institutions.


August 26, 2021

The United States Government, represented by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), is seeking applications from qualified Maldivian Citizens to provide services as USAID Project Management Specialist (Maldives), FSN-10, under a Personal Services Contract, as described in the attached solicitation. The place of performance for this position will be Male, Maldives.

August 17, 2021

Climate change is an ever-present threat to Maldives. As global sea levels rise, part of this country of 1,200 islands on atolls in the Indian Ocean could become uninhabitable by the mid-21st century as floods that damage infrastructure and contaminate freshwater become more frequent.


Last updated: May 05, 2022

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