Last month, Maluk Timor was lucky to have a visit from some of the Australian Board and some volunteers to our office in Dili. Dr Jeremy Beckett, the previous CEO and current Chair of the Medical Advisory Committee for Maluk Timor, was part of this group. We had a chance to sit down to talk […]
I always wanted to be an architect – I just loved drawing things. I enrolled at UNPAZ (University of Peace in Dili) to study Architecture, but in my third semester, the Ministry of Education opened a scholarship programme with Brazil. There were no architect courses, but there were courses to study to be a Dentist. […]
Currently, the Timorese Ministry of Health (MOH) have registered seven dentists and forty-six dental nurses in Timor Leste, with an average of one dental nurse per 59,478 people. Dental nurses are the main providers of primary oral health care in Timor Leste and they are charged with managing oral disease in the population. With comprehensive […]
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Updates on the oral health in Timor-Leste, and an initiative by Maluk Timor to hold the first ever TL Dental Health Symposium.
Broken car? No problems. Luis, Efi and our new Volunteering dental nurse hit their third school in Tibar.
Young adults rise up to help lead their people- changing the culture of adult peer education. “It’s a sign of things to come.”
Maluk Timor and Shane Fryer go hand in hand in improving the dental health in schools in Timor Leste.
Maluk Timor dental nurses and Klibur Domin dental nurses join together to give out dental education in Escola Basica Tulau Tibar.
Dr. Inda is a dental professional trained in the Philippines, mentored by Aussie dentists, now helping other Timorese dentists to be better.