Opinion Editorial by Akiko Fujii, the UNDP Resident Representative to the Maldives.
Remarks by UNDP Representative Ms. Akiko Fujii at the Closing Ceremony of Youth Leadershsip Programme 2019
Closing Remarks by UNDP Representative Ms. Akiko Fujii - 31st July, 1200 hrs – 1230 hrs at Islamic Ministry Conference Hall
11 July, Male’: Released earlier today, the “Youth Vulnerability Assessment in the Maldives” is an extensive research conducted through the collaborative efforts of National Counter Terrorism Centre and UNDP Maldives with support from the Government of Japan. This research was carried out with the important objective of finding the root causes and vulnerabilities that could make Maldivian youth susceptible to radicalization and violent extremism.
Launched on 16th August 2017 to empower young people to explore & form narratives on issues faced in society through the medium of film.
Malé, 20th May, 2019: Ms. Akiko Fujii, the new Resident Representative for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in the Maldives presented her credentials to His Excellency Mr. Abdulla Shahid, Minister of Foreign Affairs, during a brief ceremony in his office today.

Take action




Help us create the perfect network and support systems to address climate change related emergencies and natural disasters.

Join us

Join us

Interested in working for UNDP in Asia and the Pacific? Check out our job opportunities in the region.

Talk to us

Talk To Us

Join us on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest conversations and research on development in Asia and the Pacific  

About Maldives

Learn more




Poverty rate


GNI per capita


Human Dev. Index

Learn more

UNDP Around the world

You are at UNDP Maldives 
Go to UNDP Global