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Buy Local. Build Timor-Leste. Is now afloat.

With strong support from the Ministry for Tourism, Commerce and Industry and the Ministry for Infrastructure Peace Dividend Trust was able to obtain permission to mount the Bu... More

Profiting from peace in East Timor.

By Lucy WilliamsonBBC News, Dili Lily’s wide, gentle face crumples when I ask her why she is doing it. Sitting outside the corrugated tin walls of her temporary home, sh... 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

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

Procurement opportunities for vendors from developing countries?

$7 BILLION FOR FINANCING 15 PEACEKEEPING MISSIONS. $172.84 MILLION FOR UNMIT 13 June 2008 General Assembly GA/AB/3858 Department of Public Information • News and Media Divis... More

In the Districts – $300 000 of results.

In February 2008 Peace Dividend Trust commenced piloting a new approach towards economic development in the rural areas of Timor-Leste. This is being conducted through the Mic... More


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

Upcoming Expos

Registration call for Trade Expos.... More

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

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

An Opportunity Lost.

Big budgets have come and gone from Timor-Leste since 1999. On the peace operations side there has been UNTAET, UNMISET I and II, UNOTIL, JTF 631 and now UNMIT and ISF. Add to... More

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