President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih inaugurated newly completed infrastructure projects on Maabaidhoo and Maavah Islands in Laamu Atoll on Tuesday. During his ongoing visit to the atoll, President Solih presided over the opening of a new powerhouse and FENAKA office on Maabaidhoo Island and unveiled an upgraded harbour and water supply network on Maavah Island.

The newly developed powerhouse on Maabaidhoo Island boasts a power generation capacity of 980 kilowatts, signifying a substantial leap in delivering dependable and efficient power to the island. The FENAKA office, a state-of-the-art and capacious establishment, was also inaugurated. These inaugurations mark a significant milestone in the development of local infrastructure and the sustained progress of the community.

Altec Maldives Pvt. Ltd. developed the water supply network on Maavah Island, while the Maldives Transport and Contracting Company (MTCC) enhanced the harbour. The project encompassed significant improvements, including deepening the harbour basin, erecting a 284-metre breakwater, a 110-metre quay wall, and a 40-metre revetment, and executing other pertinent harbour enhancement initiatives.

Under President Solih's leadership, the administration has achieved significant strides towards equitable development across all inhabited islands in the Maldives. This includes enhancing the quality of life for citizens and empowering them to lead dignified lives. During his visits to various islands, President Solih is officially inaugurating the completion of numerous projects and services.