Archive for Timor, May, 2008

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Database Launch 29 May 2008

On 29 May 2008 Gil Alves, the Minister for Tourism, Commerce and Industry, along with Robin Scott Charlton of AusAID formally launched the Timor-Leste Online Procurement Datab... More

The Peace Dividend Trust Procurement Database is now online.... More

Code of Conduct

Have you ever wondered what the UN Supplier Code of Conduct is? At least for the UNDP side of things anyway.... More

Tiga Roda’s

As part of a nation wide campaign to promote awareness around the issue of local procurement 115 owners and operators of Dili’s ubiquitous “Tiga Roda’s”... More

Looking to Buy Something Locally?

Then watch this space and you will be able to obtain the website for Timor-Leste’s first Online Procurement Database. Share:Blog this!Bookmark on DeliciousDigg this post... More

Rural Matchmaking: 6 Districts

The Peace Dividend Trust has staff in Dili and 6 districts; including the largest and the most isolated, Lautem, Baucau, Ainaro, Cova Lima, Bobonaro and Oecusse. Staff in thes... More

Feature 1: Are you in the market for Rattan Furniture?

Grupo Buka Moris Ratan Factory, Suai, 20 April 2008 Look no further, or look as far away, as Suai on the south coast of Timor-Leste. Marcelino Soares Pinto’s first experienc... More

UNDP Tenders.

UN Agencies, Programmes and Funds are among some of the heaviest users Peace Dividend Trust's services. To date approximately 25% of all tenders distributed to the domestic pr... More

From Kabul to Dili

This is a screen shot of the Afghanistan Online Procurement Database managed by PDT’s sister Marketplace project in Kabul. For more information see http://www.procuremen... More

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