Mövenpick Resort Kuredhivaru Maldives signs advocacy collaboration with United Nations Child’s Fund (UNICEF) Maldives to support its climate change “Supported Programme” by committing to help the organization achieve the sustainable development goals for children in the country.
The agreement signing ceremony took place virtually on January 24, 2022 and in presence of the resort management team with Stanislaw Pajdzinski, General Manager, and UNICEF’s representatives; Ms. Marjan Montazemi, Representative; Mr. Salathiel Nalli, Coordinator.
Mövenpick Resort Kuredhivaru Maldives has committed to:
- Support through innovation including mentorship for adolescents across subjects such as employment and career facilitation either directly or via the youth centres.
- Support the country’s shift to a blue and green economy through provision of internship opportunities and active promotion of sustainable tourism.
- Support awareness raising and Communication for Development campaign to help young people become champions on their islands through transfer of know-how and using resort premises as teaching sites to increase climate change awareness and initiatives.
- Explore possibility of fundraising campaign to support the development of young people in the Maldives.
The campaign will be carried out until January 21, 2023 and mostly in the Noonu and Gaafu Alifu Atolls.
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