Ministry of Housing and Infrastructure has announced the allocation of housing units for doctors and nurses under the Hiyaa Housing Project.
475 housing units have been allocated for doctors and nurses under the Hiyaa Project.
Ministry of Housing and Infrastructure said in an announcement last Thursday that 125 of the housing units will be allocated for doctors, and the remaining 350 housing units for nurses.
Changes have also made to the pointing system for the two categories.
The checkbox for National Qualification Authority (MQA) level 7,8 and 9 certificate-holders has been amended to include MQA level 4, 5 and 6 certificate-holders as well.
Doctors and nurses who work for private companies will also be able to apply for the housing units under the project, instead of just doctors and nurses working in the public sector.
The deadline to submit Hiyaa Project application forms in July 31.
Forms can be submitted to ministry officials at Dharubaaruge from 9 am to 3 pm and 4 pm to 6 pm and 8 pm to 11 pm every day, except for Fridays.
7,000 housing units will be developed under the Hiyaa Project in Phase II of Hulhumale’.
- 1,000 flats for Married people between the age of 18-40.
- 1,000 flats for Male’ City residents not on the city residency list.
- 1,044 flats for Male’ City residents on the city residency list.
- 1,000 flats for Civil Servants.
- 475 flats for Doctors and Nurses.
- 625 flats for Teachers.
- 500 flats for Single Parents.
- 200 flats for people and families with disabilities.
- 300 flats for Police Officers.
- 300 flats for Military personnel.
- 256 flats for poor families in western Maafannu ward in Male’ City.
- 300 flats for those who paid for but did not get a flat in Gulhifalhu and those who got the flat and could not pay for TATA flats.
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