Delegates of United States Agency for International Development Meets HDC Team

PUBLISHED August 09, 2021 | updated August 09, 2021 03:32

Delegates from United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has met with Housing Development Corporation Ltd (HDC) team during their visit to the Maldives.  

On Sunday (August 8, 2021), HDC revealed that representatives of USAID paid a visit to the company and looked over the Hulhumalé Development project. During the meeting, the project master plan was presented to the visitors with the inclusion of a 3D model.  

HDC further discussed its soon-to commence development plans in Hulhumalé with USAID delegates. The upcoming development projects is set to enrich the community and meet the changing needs of people.  

A wholly state-owned enterprise established in 2001, HDC manages the overall planning and building of the reclaimed city of Hulhumalé – the Maldives’ biggest and most ambitious urban development project. With its goal to make Hulhumalé the nation’s first sustainable city, the corporation undertakes projects of hospitality, industrial, recreational, commercial and residential in nature, while introducing new opportunities for sustainable development.


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