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Happy Hours at Social Centre

ADh Mahibadhoo_Happy Hours_Social Centre

Youth and senior citizens of AlifuDhaalu Atoll Mahibadhoo now enjoy their free time at Social Centre, equipped with indoor games donated by Ali FulhuThuthu Foundation (AFTF). When AFTF made the donations, almost all the indoor games items in the Social Centre were damaged except a garlando table. With these donations, Mahibadhoo social centre is now equipped with an additional garlando table, tennis tables,dart boards and carom boards.Social Centre is open every night from 8:00 – 12:00 pm. Social Centre welcomes

Computer skills development for locals

AA Bodufolhudhoo - Computer Skills Development

Association for Awareness Recreation and Unity (AARU) took initiation to conduct computer training programs for locals of Aa. Bodufolhudhoo.The main objective of the program is to conduct classes for as many locals in basic computing and help them develop computer skills that would help them to find better job opportunities. AFTF assisted this program with donation of the computer systems required for the program. AARU opened opportunity for school students, employees and locals to get enrolled in the program. The


It’s that time of the year again! We have started our donation programme in the atolls which were selected for 2013; AlifAlif (AA) , AlifDhaalu (Adh) , Baa (b) and Lhaviyani (Lh) Atolls. As we move forward with lessons learnt, in 2013 we revised donation categories to 7 categories: Education, Sports, Training/courses, Environment, Agriculture, Women’s Activities, Infrastructure & Development and Cultural Activities. During the proposal submission period allocated for AA.andAdh. Atoll, we received 22 proposals from 8 islands of AA.and

Donation to Care Society

Ali FulhuThuthu Foundation is registered at Care Society as a Corporate Donor. We have been making monthly donations to Care Society effective from September 2012. Care Society is a Non-governmental organization registered in the Maldives in 1998 to cater to the most vulnerable groups, though initially the first five years of the organization’s activities focused mainly on promoting the rights of people with disabilities. However, during this period Care Society also actively participated in National level forums, meetings and other

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