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Timor-Leste | Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative

2021-2-10 · Timor-Leste''s economy is heavily dependent on oil and gas.According to the latest EITI Report, the oil and gas sector accounted for over 90% of the country''s revenues in 2016 and 2017 but is expected to see a decline in the following years as production from existing fields draw to a close. As a consequence of the higher oil prices (even with a decrease in the production) the revenues ...

Emergency Response | ADRA Timor-Leste

The ''Reducing the Impact of the COVID-19 in Viqueque Municipality'' project is funded by the New Zealand Embassy in Timor-Leste with a total budget of $50,000 USD. The project is working with the Viqueque COVID-19 Task Force led by the District Administrator and 7 partners to; enhance the resources of Viqueque DHS with supplies of hygiene materials for health facilities, increase knowledge ...

Environment Situation in Timor-Leste

2015-5-1 · Environment Situation in Timor-Leste Historically; 1. East-Timor or Timor-Leste, the Portuguese name of the country. 2. It was colonialised by Portuguese 450 years and Occupied by Indonesian 24 years. 3. From 2000 until May 2002 was under UN Administration. 4. It has been an independence country in 20th May 2002. Geography: 1.

Land and Life in Timor-Leste

She is the author of Timor-Leste: Politics, history, and culture (2010), and is the current Executive Editor (SEA) for the journal Asian Affairs: An American Review. Her research and teaching interests include Indonesia, Timor-Leste, Southern Thailand, political anthropology, social structure, development,

Understanding coastal livelihoods for greater impact in ...

2019-7-3 · Understanding coastal livelihoods for greater impact in Timor-Leste. July 3, 2019. As part of our efforts to support and encourage young Australians in study, careers and volunteering in international agricultural research, the Crawford Fund State …

Timor-Leste Country Page

Timor-Leste (or East Timor) became an independent nation in 2002 after centuries of Portuguese colonial rule, followed by Indonesian occupation and devastating conflict which left most of the population displaced and 70 per cent of the infrastructure decimated. From disaster to transition, the country has just witnessed the third free and fair ...

Timor–Leste | Field Office | World Vision International

2021-9-3 · Communities in Timor-Leste are learning about chicken and egg production as part of World Vision''s Better Food Better Health project. The project is helping families to grow, eat and sell nutritious ''superfoods'' to improve child nutrition, and is supported by the Australian Government, through the Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP).

DEVELOPMENT FOR DECENT WORK THIN MARKETS, …

2021-2-11 · The BOSS project in Timor-Leste: thin markets, thick impact? Poverty and employment in Timor-Leste Timor-Leste''s long journey to independence, which was finally achieved in 2002 follow-ing Portuguese colonisation and then Indo-nesian occupation, eroded large segments of the economy and infrastructure. Despite

Impacts Flowing in Timor-Leste

Training of Timor-Leste Staff Training was conducted by Geoscience Australia to build knowledge and capacity of Timor-Leste government staff. This focused on reproducing the hydrogeology monitoring, mapping and analysis produced in the current study. The training was attended by 15 staff from relevant Timor-Leste

EAST TIMOR: AQUACULTURE FEASIBILITY STUDY

2019-12-17 · in Timor-Leste than to import complete concentrate feeds from Indonesia, it would be reliant on importing the ingredients and milling/mixing them in Timor-Leste on a commercial basis. However, the small potential demand for fish feeds is unlikely to attract private sector …

Timor-Leste Governance for Development

2020-3-30 · Timor-Leste is one of the world''s poorest countries: 30% of the population live on under $1 90 a day (the international poverty line) and more than 40% are not able to meet their basic needs Timor-Leste''s oil resources have provided it with an independent source

Timor-Leste Geography & Climate – Tourism Timor-Leste

2021-8-31 · Timor-Leste has a hot tropical climate with a dry season, May-November, and a wet season, December-April. The temperature on the coast is usually between 25-35C and in the mountains at higher elevation the weather is much cooler – sometimes …

Solid Waste Management in the Pacific: Timor-Leste …

2014-9-8 · Timor-Leste comprises the eastern half of the island of Timor; and Oecusse, an enclave on the northwestern side of the island. The country has a population of 1.12 million. Approximately 20% of the population is located in Timor-Leste''s capital city of Dili. The petroleum sector is the main driver of economic growth in Timor-Leste, and accounted

THE IMPACT OF SHIFTING CULTIVATION IN THE …

2019-9-1 · There are no official data on shifting cultivation in Timor-Leste, but a look at the area (about 90,000 ha) and the number of families (about 70% of total families) who grow the main shifting crop, i.e. corn, one gets an approximate idea of the socio-economic importance of this system of agriculture in Timor-Leste.

Timor-Leste | Building Markets | Building Markets

The Sustainable Marketplace Initiative operated in Timor-Leste between 2007 and 2011. During this period, the project had a significant impact on local market development. Helped facilitate over 13,000 local transactions and redirected more than $20 million into the Timorese economy.

Revised web impact factor analysis of Timor Leste ...

pandemic [1], all countries have felt the impact, including Timor Leste. The Timor Leste government decided to close all access both from within and outside the country [2]. The deadly virus COVID-19 has affected every aspect of life, business and small traders, and school and university students in Timor Leste…

The Role of the Church in the ...

2015-4-9 · Timor-Leste pays homage to the fundamental support provided to the people by the Church, the priests and nuns during the struggle for National Liberation. Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo, the Nobel Peace Prize laureate in 1996, also denounced crimes and demanded justice for the people of Timor-Leste, using the fact that the Church was at

Timor Leste | Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance

2021-8-30 · Commitments: Multi-year programme budgets endorsed in principle by the Gavi Board.These become financial commitments upon approval each year for the following calendar year. Approvals: Total Approved for funding Disclaimer: the …

Timor-Leste

Spring water successes in Timor-Leste 18 April, 2021-Protecting spring water is critical to ensure the safe - and sustainable - supply of water in many rural communities of Timor-Leste. Timor-Leste is a beautiful but mountainous country, terrain which makes accessing water through borehole wells impractical.

Malnutrition in Timor-Leste: A review of the burden ...

2021-3-31 · for Timor-Leste) by a team consisting of Eileen Brainne Sullivan (Senior Health Operations Officer and Task Team Leader), Anne Provo (Research Analyst, Lead Author), Steve Atwood (Consultant), and Nkosinathi Mbuya (Senior Nutrition Specialist and author). Antoninho Pereira, Cornelio Quintao De Carvalho, David Knight, Eric Vitale,

Counting the cost: The potential impact of African Swine ...

2019-12-1 · ASF was detected in Timor-Leste in September 2019 and could devastate the national herd, valued at USD160 million. • More than 70% of Timor-Leste s keep pigs and they act as a buffer for families, against shocks and pressures • ASF could lead to significant, negative, livelihood, food and nutrition security impacts in Timor-Leste. •

VS IMPACT CRUSHER – Natus Online

2021-8-9 · VS IMPACT CRUSHER. VSI series crushers features in material overflow chambers, choke feeding, deep chambers, centring, feeding multiple internal air flow cycling, heavy reliable bearing, oil lubrication, resulting in reliable operation, less …

Our Impact — Timor-Leste Food Lab

The economic and environmental contribution to the Timor-Leste that you helped us to achieve by eating at Agora Food Studio. 90% of our ingredients are sourced locally, many of which are native and heritage varieties that are grown or foraged from the wild. We pride ourselves in being a plant-centri

Timor-Leste : Country Environmental Analysis

Timor-Leste is a young country that regained independence in 2002, and it has emerged from a bitter past burdened by colonialism and violent conflicts. It is still a fragile state facing enormous challenges. The report also points out the lack of clean water, …

Impacts of natural resource management technologies on ...

Highlights We estimate the impact of the system of rice intensification (SRI) in Timor Leste. Endogenous switching regression models control for selection bias and heterogeneity among smallholder rice farmers. SRI-adopting farmers benefit through higher yields and higher incomes. Poor and non-poor s benefit; small farms benefit overproportionally. The gains from SRI adoption ...

Understanding the Main Causes of Poverty in Timor-Leste

2017-7-20 · One of the primary reasons education is a major cause of poverty in Timor-Leste is the direct impact it has on employment. While more than three-quarters of Timor-Leste''s workers are employed within the primary sector, employment outside of this area is limited. The country''s educational issues prevent the development of a skilled workforce ...

Rapid Drought Impact Assessment

2017-5-4 · Rapid Drought Impact Assessment – El Niño 2015/16 Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (MAF), Timor-Leste 5 Background Despite the fact that the Timor-Leste Government has placed high importance on agriculture and food security in the country and that the majority of its population