Following the launch of the Timor-Leste National Human Development Report 2018 in Dili on 03 April, UNDP has been focusing on ensuring that the report’s findings and recommendations are shared with youth and other key groups across the country to generate nationwide public discussion and debate across all sectors about the issues that will shape the country’s development
In June 2018, 65 youth participants – including 17 from the municipalities – attend an exciting two-day workshop facilitated by the Kenya and Tanzania-based Well Told Story strategic communications group
The UNDP electoral project is creating an enabling environment to build the capacities of women political party members
In May 2018, Nuno Ridenio, 30, opened a small café and bar in central Dili
Often developments which occur during the initial few weeks set the path for the next few years
Vulnerable coastal community members in Suai Loro, Covalima are dependent on mangroves for their livelihoods

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