Tuberculosis is the #1 killer in Timor-Leste and we’re working toward understanding, prevention, diagnosis and treatment
Our goal is to train up the local team and building on their knowledge and skill to provide a high quality, holistic service.
Such a wonderful experience. We look forward to her return and sharing all she has learnt.
Young adults rise up to help lead their people- changing the culture of adult peer education. “It’s a sign of things to come.”
Timorese doctors have join Kilbur Domin in further understanding of disability and how it affects residents of Timor.
More than 50 women come together to celebrate women’s week and discuss topics like HIV and more.
58 Timorese women head to Suco Beloi to understand more about HIV and reproductive health issues.
Maluk Timor and Shane Fryer go hand in hand in improving the dental health in schools in Timor Leste.
Malnutrition screening in children already underway with MOH partner Vera Cruz Community Health Center.
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More training at Vera Cruz Clinic is underway as doctors, nurses are brought in to help the people of Timor Leste.
More efforts are being poured in healing Timor Leste’s most crippling disease: rheumatic heart disease.
Maluk Timor dental nurses and Klibur Domin dental nurses join together to give out dental education in Escola Basica Tulau Tibar.
Improvements are here as we embrace technological advancements and start training with our Australian subcommittee via Skype.
Dr. Inda is a dental professional trained in the Philippines, mentored by Aussie dentists, now helping other Timorese dentists to be better.
Things may change but history doesn’t. We should never forget how the suffering of the Timorese people benefited the Australians.
Surround yourself with great people no matter what the circumstances is leads you to a life of fulfillment and happiness.
On Monday we found ourselves set up for screening at the school in Cailaco with 4 echocardiography machines and 5 cardiologists and over 700 students to scan in 2.5 days. We faced a big challenge figuring out who was going to make the long and difficult drive back to...
ABC NEWS – Studies have shown that up to 10,000 kids have rheumatic heart disease in Timor Leste, urging professionals to take action.
Australian school kids who have raised US$5,000 for HIV efforts visit Timor Leste in partnership with Maluk Timor.
Apparently, my whole life I’ve been preparing for life in Timor Leste. Who knew my interest in fishing would lead me here?
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.
Maluk Timor and the East Timor Hearts Fund are continuously working together to develop the Rheumatic Heart Disease program.
Maluk Timor partnered with the Royal Australian College of Surgeons to improve the training room.
Screening for Rheumati Heart Disease shows that 3% of Timorese kids are affected. Efforts have been made to increase awareness.
The Rheumatic Heart Disease program partnered with East Timor Hearts Fund kicks off smoothly under new leadership.
A total of 6 communities are now under the women’s health and social care program, sponsored by HART.
Dr. Bethany Nelson leads the training for doctors in Timor Leste to provide better care and assistance to those in need.
Australian RN Lauren Crase leads the nurse and midwife training for health workers in the region.