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Shadiya Ibrahim 🎈 27 Jun 18
Only 3% Maldivian women work in tourism. Most Maldivian men employed to do caring roles cleaning, serving, cooking etc, what normally women do at home. Why is that? Can this change to 50-50 ?
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Meefau 11 Jun 18
I just wish that EVERYTHING about this country would be much better than it is today.
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Ruba πŸ‘’πŸŽˆ? 11 Jun 18
I'd like to have a proper and fully functional vet clinic established in Maldives.
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iCiman 11 Jun 18
I hope we overcome the culture of deflecting criticism and demonising dissent, and create a culture where institutions are accepting of constructive criticism and continuously look inwards to improve their services to the public.
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Hitz 11 Jun 18
A more accepting and open minded mentality
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Hitz 11 Jun 18
A policy to ban single use plastic items
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Nikolaj CosterWaldau 7 Mar 18
15 million girls younger than 18 are forced into each year. If we don’t act now, this number will grow to 16.5 million. to provide opportunities for our girls. Happy International Women’s Day!
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πŸ¦‘ 12 Jun 18
I want Maldivians to start treating expatriates better. They make our houses, they take care of our children, the current country is built (and still runs!) on their hard workβ€” the least you can do is give them the respect and kindness they well deserve
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Mohamed Shuraih 11 Jun 18
In spite of the cynic in me, I do hope we find justice
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rehan 11 Jun 18
I hope the ladies can walk on the streets safely, with no regards to what time of the day or night it maybe, without getting harassed or catcalled by us men.
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Oppo 11 Jun 18
Our generation as parents, I want everyone of you to teach your kids to respect & love each other, not to bully/harass, and not to become that kid you hated so much at school.
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Nashwa Saeed 11 Jun 18
Equal educational and work opportunities. Affordable mental and healthcare services. More tolerance and acceptance towards the mentally ill. More empathy. A better representation of females as policy makers. A transparent government. Less trash on the streets. Also, vets.
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penny πŸŽˆβ“ 11 Jun 18
By 2030 I want to see a complete overhaul of the current education system. Introduce active learning at a young age and encourage all to be naturally curious
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Ibrahim Jinad Ahmed 13 Jun 18
I hope we find a renewed respect for our history and heritage, teach accurate Maldivian history in schools in detail, and take better care of historical sites and artefacts.
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ރޝ 11 Jun 18
Replying to @AzMyst
Affordable housing and healthcare above all. So many of us who struggle in making ends meet, let alone those who cant even afford to do that much.
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Isha 11 Jun 18
I hope we realize development is about quality of life. I wish for adequate housing, access to health care, better education system with decentralization and abolition of economic slavery. I hope we achieve all this without compromising our fragile environment.
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Kirsty Duncan 23 Feb 18
It was my pleasure to sit down & speak with Minister of Youth Affairs & Sports, Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore (). We signed an agreement in support of integrity of sport & working together to address challenges facing sport.
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wheres the outrage? 11 Jun 18
I honestly would love to see more female representives in the parliament, more female ministers, and for to no longer be a thing.
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Hisham 11 Jun 18
I'd like to see people get access to better healthcare & education throughout the Maldives (not just in Male' area). I'd like a more tolerant society; everyone treated with respect regardless of country, race & religion. We as a society need to develop some good values.
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Nashwa Saeed 14 Jun 18
Not , but right away, I wish that employers understood the importance of responsibly managing a team and building a strong foundation based on mutual respect. A business doesn't thrive only on the basis of client satisfaction. Learn to keep your employees happy too.
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