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Do not travel to Maldives due to COVID-19. Exercise increased caution in Maldives due to terrorism.


The Republic of Maldives consists of 1,190 islands (approximately 200 are inhabited) in the Indian Ocean, southwest of Sri Lanka. Maldives has a population of just under 400,000, about 100,000 of whom reside in Male, the capital city. Beautiful atolls, inhabited by over 1,100 species of fish and other sea life, attract thousands of visitors each year. Tourism facilities are well developed on the resort islands. The tsunami of December 26, 2004, damaged several hotels and facilities on some of the islands, but all damaged tourism infrastructure has been rebuilt.



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This Maldives Resort Hosts an Overnight Shipwreck Adventure ? and It\'s Just for Kids
At the ultra-high-end Maldives resort Soneva Fushi, the Adventure of the Corbin course will take kids aged 12 to 15 to an uninhabited island to live like shipwrecked sailors in an imaginative (and ...

Creating technology-enabled public education systems: key to building resilience, recovery from Covid-19
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Mumbai: A muddy municipal ground that plays host to Class IX, X students with no access to virtual learning
The muddy municipal ground, now also home to Ganesh immersion collection point and a parking lot for autorickshaws, is converted into a new open-air classroom twice a week for nearly 100 Class IX and ...

Ritz-Carlton Adds Maldives Resort To Its ?Ambassadors Of The Environment? Program
The Maldives is known for its colorful marine ... This helps to protect and conserve a healthy reef system while teaching visitors about marine debris and conservation. Young guests explore ...

\'Repeated school closures responsible for learning loss\'
Repeated school closures during the COVID-19 pandemic have led to alarming levels of inequities in learning opportunities for children in South Asia despite si ...

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