Iha loron 30 Agostu iha tinan 1999, ita nia povo tomak, katuas ferik, labarik, inan sira sei kus bebe lao dook ba fatin votasaun hodi hili sira nia futuru. Ita hotu rai memoria iha ita nia fuan, memoria esperansa kahur ho tauk, memoria haksolok kahur ho sentimentu triste.
Istoria Konsulta Popular ka referendum ne’ebe monu iha loron 30 Agostu tinan 20 liu-ba, istória furak kona-ba povo kiik ida nia luta ba justisa, dignidade no ukun rasik an. Istoria ida ne’e sai inspirasaun boot ba mundu tomak. Husi povo kiik nia aten brani no sakrifísiu, moris naaun foun ida, nasaun kiak ho povo mukit, nasaun ne’e traumatizado no esperiénsia funu, violénsia, konflitu, terus no mate durante tinan barak. Nasaun ne’ebe hatudu ba mundu katak iha buat ruma ne’ebe forte liu, ema umanu sira ho kilat, esperansa ho fiar povo ita nian, ne’e mak forte nian.
Hau deseja parabens ba loron boot 30 Agostus, Viva Timor-Leste.
Alola Christmas Fair is The most famous Handicrafts Trade Fair in Timor-Leste, the perfect place where you can meet A lot of local artisans and weavers come from rural parts of Timor-Leste. Please mark your calendars. Thanks
Come along to Alola Australia’s annual dinner – Friday 11 October – Melbourne. It’s all about ‘why working with women matters’. To book visithttps://www.trybooking.com/532276
Dear Alola partners
I would like to formally advise that I am leaving Fundasaun Alola as Chief Executive Officer and my last official day is the 31st of July 2019.
I have great confidence that you all will continue to prioritize Alola as a key partner in the carrying out of agenda for improvements of women and children’s life in Timor-Leste.
Thank you and hope our path can cross again in future.
The Alola’s Maternal and Child Health (MCH) program utilizes a range of strategies concentrating at multiple levels in nationally and municipalities’
The Education Program aims to improve quality and access to education in Timor-Leste. In 2018, Education program continues providing scholarship support
Alola’s Economic Empowerment Program has two main areas comprised of handicraft development and development of women’s livelihoods.
Promoting the Human Rights of women and children in Timor-Leste is the main objective of the Advocacy Program. In 2018, the Advocacy Program provided
COOKING DEMONSTRATION, AN ALOLA EFFORT TO RAISE AWARENESS OF THE IMPORTANCE OF COMPLEMENTARY FOODS FOR BABIES
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Did you catch Kirsty and Maria in conversation with Jon Faine on ABC 774 radio today? A fantastic discussion about Alola and all things important to a strong and independent Timor-Leste.
Pictured here Maria Bohan – chair Alola Australia, Meg Mundell – author of The Trespassers, Kirsty Sword Gusmao – founder and chair of Fundasaun Alola (and so much more) and Marieke Hardy – artistic director Melbourne writers festival.
For $25, your gift will support the maternal and child health program that includes providing breastfeeding information and counselling, infant and young child feeding training, maternity packs, and research on maternal mortality in Timor.