Maluk Timor has been lucky to receive some short-term funding from the Atlantic Institute, which is part of the Atlantic fellowship funded by The Atlantic Philanthropies, for our HIV Programme. The project, “Maintaining continuity of clinical services for People Living with HIV (PLHIV) in Timor-Leste, through the COVID-19 pandemic”, will support continuity of services provided […]
We had a girl who had TB, but she was scared to go to the hospital, as she did not want her family to know. She did not see the doctor. I know she was coughing. After I learnt about TB, I worry too about this too. I talked to her and I talked to […]
In October the Ministry of Health, Maluk Timor and partners held an inauguration ceremony for a new Emergency Room for Comoro Community Health Centre (CHC). The Honourable Sra. Odete Maria Belo the Timor-Leste Health Minister inaugurated the health facility. The existing Emergency Room is a very small, very busy building attached to the CHC, which […]
Behind every Maluk Timor programme are some amazing supporters. Mike and Kate Ribot are one example. Motivated by a commitment to the Timorese people and empathy for tuberculosis sufferers, their family has generously donated a training scholarship that has enabled Maluk Timor to hire a Timorese doctor, Dra Josefina, to our Tuberculosis (TB) team for […]
On Wednesday afternoon, 11th September, 2019, our local NGO Maluk Timor has formalised its relationship with the Ministry of Health through the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding. Vice Minister of Strategic Development in Health and Interim Minister of Health, Sr. Bonifácio Maucoli dos Reis signed the MoU together with Dr Jeremy Beckett, Maluk Timor’s […]
This weekend Joe and Maura Cato held their 4th annual fundraiser on behalf of Maluk Timor! The Illawarra locals have raised over $200 K in the last 6 years with the dedicated support of their family, friends and community. This makes them one of the largest private donor groups to our work in Timor-Leste. This […]
There are a few changes on our donation methods which helps both of us in the long-run. Read them here and we thank you for your continuous help.
Get to know one of our major donors, Margaret James and her family in this blog post.
These newly equipped Doctors bags will go out into the districts via the new GP’s returning to their rural health posts.
Such a wonderful experience. We look forward to her return and sharing all she has learnt.
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Australian school kids who have raised US$5,000 for HIV efforts visit Timor Leste in partnership with Maluk Timor.
The Nursing & Midwifery program of Maluk Timor prepares for its first training day in Timor Leste.
95-yr old Joan has made donations towards Maluk Timor that will go to the building of the new training room.