MMA Position Statement on New Proposed Tobacco Control Regulations

MMA releases a position statement supporting the newly proposed tobacco regulations.

New Executive Committee Elected

MMA Executive Committee elections for 2018-2019 was held on 9th March 2018, Friday. Voting was conducted by physical voting with ballot paper and online voting for members out of Male’ who registered for online voting.

The newly elected Executive Committee for a 2 year term are:


Dr Ali Shahid Mohamed

Dr Adam Khaleel

Dr Mohamed Ali

Dr Fathmath Sausan Naseem

Dr Mohamed Ashraf

Dr Mohamed Areesh

Dr Mohamed Razzan Rameez

Dr Mohamed Nasheed

Dr Minah Faiz Rashad

Congratulations to the newly elected Executive Committee.

The outgoing Executive Committee would like to thank the Election committee headed by  Mr Ali Zahir, for their services. We’d also like to take this moment to thank all the members for taking part in the voting process.

-Executive Committee 2016-2017-

9 March 2018 | Membership Fees

9 March 2018 | Membership Fees | MMA Executive Committee would like to remind and invite all members to pay annual fees. Membership Fees for all Executive Members is MVR 1200/-

Payment via BML internet banking possible as transfers.
Maldivian Medical Association account: 7701 156118 001

Note: please send receipt of payment via email to: medical.association.mv@gmail.com

MMA Exco 2018-2019 Election

MMA Executive Committee elections for 2018-2019 is scheduled for 9th March 2018, Friday.

Voting Day: 9th March 2018, Friday
Time: 6:00pm – 10:00pm
Venue: Orchid Hall, IGMH

Candidates standing in the election:

Dr Ali Shahid Mohamed

Vice President
Dr Adam Khaleel

Executive Secretary
Dr Mohamed Ali

Deputy Secretary
Dr Fathmath Sausan Naseem

Dr Mohamed Ashraf

Dr Mohamed Ashraf
Dr Mohamed Areesh

Academic Secretary
Dr Mohamed Razzan Rameez

Scientific Secretary
Dr Mohamed Nasheed

Health Promotion Coordinator
Dr Minah Faiz Rashad


Election Committee Chairman
Mr Ali Zahir (Aza)

Health Alert: warning to avoid exposure to smoke and fumes at today’s fire incident site.

Our thoughts are with everyone affected by today’s fire incident in Male’.

At this point in time Maldivian Medical Association would like to publicly issue an alert to avoid exposure to the smoke and fumes at the affected site. Such fumes are likely to be particularly harmful to people with pre-existing lung conditions (like Asthma, etc), the elderly and the very young.

The public are urged to take heed of the advise of MNDF Fire & Rescue and Maldives Police Service and avoid gathering near the site or areas affected by smoke and fumes.

Those living in the area are alerted to keep doors and windows closed and stay indoor to avoid exposure.