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 […]
Abertina Belo Nutrition Coordinator and the Community Health Centre, Becora On first meeting Mana* Bety, seems a shy and quiet woman, but you can feel an inner strength. Here is her story. Forty-nine years ago, in the sleepy suku (village) of Kilikai at the base of Mount Matebian (Baucau Municipality) , Abertina Belo entered the […]
Nutrition Program – 2021 and beyond An important program still in its early development stages. A major opportunity to address very significant needs of vulnerable Timorese people. Timor-Leste is the most undernourished country in Asia and was recently listed as the second ‘hungriest’ nation in the world on the Global Hunger Index. The key problems […]
What is the problem? East Timor is the most undernourished country in Asia and was recently listed as the second ‘hungriest’ nation in the world on the Global Hunger Index. The Demographic Health Survey (2016) reported rates of stunting (failure to reach expected height) at 46% among children under five, and wasting (dangerously underweight) […]
Hear what one of our long term volunteers, Jess Harries – public health nurse and fastest woman in Timor! – has to say about the pride she has for our Maluk, and the big year we’ve had in 2019. There are many achievements to celebrate, but the thing that made me the happiest when looking […]
A volunteer is someone who is compassionate, kind, idealistic and more than anything, selfless – someone who puts the needs of others before one’s own, someone who would not think twice about sharing what they have. The WA CWA (Country Woman Association) working party has hit Timor Leste in full force. These 50 – 83 […]
Help the Timorese people by helping Maluk Timor and their programs to improve general health and target diseases spreading in Timor-Leste.
Malnutrition screening in children already underway with MOH partner Vera Cruz Community Health Center.
A total of 6 communities are now under the women’s health and social care program, sponsored by HART.
Maluk Timor gives out a malnutrition seminar that teaches mothers about the symptoms and consequences of malnutrition.