Cleaning up and working out what needs doing first !


Work continues as the Maluk team helps with the recovery from the devastating Easter Sunday floods in Dili.

Our team members have been out helping distribute goods in their communities and clean up the Maloa HIV facility, which was damaged in the storm.

We’ve been cleaning up medication bottles, so crucial to the essential efforts of our HIV team comprising healthcare staff from the Ministry of Health and Maluk Timor.

Staff remain in good spirits though much remains to clean up!

With so many displaced from their homes, we will be working hard to help mitigate the spread of COVID, make sure patients have access to regular medication, and help address all the other medical needs in our community.

If you can, please consider donating as every little bit helps.


Help us do even more

Even though healthcare in Timor-Leste has improved, there is still so much more to do.  

A small amount of money goes a long way with the per person health budget less than US$100 per year. 


Covers the cost of petrol for a month so a healthcare worker can provide home visits around Dili.

$58 p/month

in 12 months

Covers the cost of running a nutrition referral project in one community healthcare centre.

$650 p/month

Covers the full cost to employ a nurse who can help deliver our programs.