Working as a midwife for twenty-three years, Felismina dos Santos has devoted her own life to the lives of mothers and infants throughout Timor-Leste.
Saturday, 24 February 2018 marks a special day for forty-four Timorese young teachers as they graduated from the Instituto Católico
Candida Guterres da Silva has big plans for her future, a future that would not be possible without the support
PHD’s student short-film competition turns the lens on remarkable rural women who are making extraordinary contributions to the development of Timor-Leste.
On Thursday 27 April, the President’s Nutrition Award winners were announced at a ceremony held at the Presidential Palace in Dili. Around 300 people attended the event hosted by the Office of the President and the Presidential Nutrition Awards Secretariat.
It was in 2007 when Custodio Mali Dao started noticing changes in his teenage sister’s behaviour at their family home in Atabae, a sub-district of Bobonaro in Timor-Leste.
On 8 March 2017, the Prime Minister of Timor-Leste, H.E Rui Maria de Araújo and Australian Ambassador to Timor-Leste, H.E Peter Doyle, officially launched the Partnership for Human Development (PHD) program to support the well-being of Timorese people over the next decade.
On 20 February, an “institutional triggering” event was initiated in Laulara, Aileu Municipality, with over 50 representatives from local authorities and village councils.
With the support of the Australian Government, Health Alliance International (HAI) is partnering with the Timor-Leste National Institute of Health to strengthen the skills of midwives in the workplace through Learning Labs.
In honour of Global Handwashing Day, a workshop on “Life-Saving Behaviour for Health Professionals” was held at Guido Valadares National Hospital in Dili on 11 October.