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Now this is a business matchmaking success story.

CCI-TL: Good Things Grow in Timor-Leste

When it comes to business in Timor-Leste I would ask that you remember just five letters. C,C, I, T and L - they are important. Up at the top of Timor-Leste - in Ainaro, good ... More

April Fool’s Day? PDT Future Status in Timor-Leste – Press Release

No this is not an April Fool's Day joke.... More

Self-promotion, self-adulation or just telling a story?

In 2010 we closed down quite a view of our business matchmaking activities in the districts and as a means of capturing the history of these activities we hired a local firm, ... More
First flash petrol station on the south coast.  Ever.

2012 Elections: Getting Dosh to the Districts.

The matter of whether or not money/development is reaching the mountains is going to be issue number one from now until national elections schedule in 2012. There is alot ... More

Latest Lonely Planet Timor-Leste is out.

Well the 3rd edition of the Lonely Planet Timor-Leste hits bookstores on 5 July 2011,... More
What UNMIT Buys - http://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/2010_unmit.htm

Thank you Ameerah

I have for many years been trying to get more substantive engagement from UNMIT on the matter of local procurement. It has been met with a wide range of attitudes ranging fro... More
Micro Matchmaking Impact Assesssment

Introducing Peace Dividend Trust’s Nine District Aggregated Impact Assessment Study

Peace Dividend Trust (PDT) is excited to present its latest micro matchmaking impact assessment study. Unlike the last two reports published (on Baucau and Lautem), this is an... More
Atu habelar no haforsa industria iha rai laran persija rekursu humanu ne'e be sufisiente

“Akuntabilidade Laos Deit Atu Fa’an kios”

“Ema la iskola ba akuntabilidade mos bele fa’an kios!”. Lia fuan ida ne’e mak hau rona husi vizinho no kolega sira iha tinan 1997 bainhira hau ramata hau nia iskolah i... More
A view of Arvec Mansions from the inside looking towards the road.

A rising Timorese entrepreneur, and new place to stay in Dili.

A few days ago a leading Timorese business woman contacted me asking if I could promote her new property development - sure thing! The place is called Arvec Mansions and you c... More

Local Language – Lian Lokal.

I am going to take a dig at my colleagues in Ottawa, New York, Port-au-Prince, and Kabul here:... More
Joven Timoa oan ne'ebe istuda teknik iha Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Investementu kapital humanu ba infrastrutura

Ekonomia nasaun nian sai forte bainhira iha kapital humanu no infrastrutura ne’ebe sufisiente. Kapital humanu katak; ema ne’ebe iha edukaaun, esperensia, kuinesementu no ... More

Social Dili, and eyeglasses for $1,200?

So its an increasingly social world in Dili. Parties abound, consumption is booming, I even see Timorese youth toting laptops by the beach with USB modems cruising the intern... More

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