On Monday August 9, 2021 the Regional Secretary for Commerce and Industry of RAEOA Mr. Pedro da Cunha B. da Silva formally opened the Oé-Cusse Incubator Business Incubator (OBI) Business Plan Camp in Maxorilin Hotel, Pante Macassar, Oé-Cusse.
UNDP and the Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sports (MoEYS) signed a Memorandum of Understanding and Cost Sharing Agreement to support the achievements of the goals set out in the National Strategic Plan for Education (NSPE) 2011-2030.
The Innovation Challenge, under the theme “ENHANCE ENTREPRENEURIAL INNOVATION FOR THE ECONOMIC RECOVERY”, focus in particular on key activity sectors such as agriculture, fisheries, tourism, manufacturing, food production and technology as well as others that have high economic value and contribute to solving communities’ problems.
Ms. Rosa Salsinia Decosta, who lives in Tarabula (Maulau), a small village in Maubisse, Ainaro Municipality, says that in her 70 years of life she never saw so much rain and for so long as in the Easter Weekend.
In the aftermath of crises such as Tropical Cyclone Seroja, which caused significant damage across Timor-Leste over Easter weekend, Governments often need to make rapid decisions for recovery programming. In the absence of timely and accurate data, the prioritization of support to disaster-affected populations and restoration of damaged infrastructure, including residential and non-residential buildings can become particularly challenging.
The Green Building Prototype represents youth-led initiative embracing green practice for environmental protection and social empowerment. The nominated team Kiosk Matenek (KM) was selected as the most innovative team during green building design challenge in December 2020.

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