Nasreena Ibrahim

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Nasreena Ibrahim
2nd First Lady of the Second Republic
In office
11 November 1978 – 11 November 2008
Preceded by Mas'odi Naseema Mohamed Kaleyfān
Succeeded by Laila Ali Abdulla
Personal details
Born Malé, Maldives
Political party Progressive Party of Maldives
Spouse(s) Maumoon Abdul Gayoom (President: 1978–2008)
Children Dhunya Maumoon
Yumna Maumoon
Farish Maumoon
Ghassan Maumoon
Residence Alivaage (present)
Muliaage, Theemuge (during office)
Occupation Society for Health Education

Nasreena Ibrahim was the former First Lady of the Maldives, wife of former President Maumoon Abdul Gayyoom.[1]

Nasreena is one of the founding members of the Society for Health Education (SHE), a charity based Non-governmental organisations in the Maldives, that works in a variety of health fields, but particularly in thalassemia and women's health. SHE is the Maldives national affiliate of the International Planned Parenthood Federation.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Raman, B (26 September 2003). "Maldives: Trouble in paradise". The Times. UK. Retrieved 11 March 2010. 
  2. ^ Country profile: Maldives