JOALI Maldives Donates USD 30,000 to Raa Dhuvaafaru

JOALI Maldives donates USD 30,000 and two eight-seater buggies worth USD 14,900 to the Raa Dhuvaafaru Council. JOALI Maldives believes that this latest donation will help support the neighboring communities. Dhuvaafaru is the most populous island in Raa Atoll with over 5,000 inhabitants, including over 2,500 women, some of whom are currently employed at JOALI Maldives.

The immersive-art resort holistically ingrains social and environmental responsibility through its deep-rooted ‘Joy of Caring’ CSR strategy which focuses on Preserving, Supporting, Empowering and Conserving. JOALI Maldives has always been dedicated to supporting the local communities in Raa Atoll, with the resort being particularly passionate in advocating female empowerment. In December 2021, JOALI was delighted to donate funds to support three Women’s Development Committees in the Raa Atoll; to support community development and female empowerment projects in these islands and will reach over 3,000 residents.

In January 2022, JOALI Maldives also donated to three Non-Governmental Organisations working in the Maldives including Women in Tech Maldives with funds raised as part of a collaborative art project. The organisation is using the funds to inspire, empower and celebrate women in science and technology, including an initiative to teach coding skills to school students.

Enver Arslan, general manager at JOALI Maldives states “At JOALI Maldives, we are all deeply committed to active involvement in supporting the communities in Raa Atoll. We continue to work together with the local communities, supporting in different areas of need and focusing particularly on remote islands here in Raa Atoll.”

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