Reimagining education in the post-COVID-19 era: enhancing digital learning in Timor-Leste

As Timor-Leste prepares for its first-ever information and communications technology (ICT) and innovation in education conference, the country’s Minister of Education and UNICEF Timor-Leste’s Representative provide some food for thought on the importance of digital learning, technology and innovation in ensuring equal access to quality learning for all children Tatoli

Timor-Leste to extend COVID estate of emergency to the end of November

The President for the Council of Minister, Fidelis Manuel Leite Magalhães said today (21/10/020) that the government would ask the President to extend the country’s COVID-19 state of emergency to the end of November, as the government tries to avoid the surge in cases seen in other countries. Tatoli

Timor-Leste give attention and regards to WFP on 2020 Nobel Peace Prize

“With the humanitarian flight service between Kuala Lumpur and Dili, for passengers and medical cargo, it was possible for Timor-Leste to reduce the isolation caused by the covid-19 pandemic, bringing medical equipment to the country and allowing the movement of humanitarian professionals from several agencies present in the country, to support the response to covid-19”The …

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COVID-19: a Pakistani Citizen has tested positive to COVID-19

a 36 years old Pakistan person has a confirmed case of COVID-19 after identified testing positive by the Health Ministry on Saturday (10/10), and they have been transferred to Vera-Cruz Isolation Center. The coordinator for COVID-19 Ministry of Health, Nilton da Silva said, the patient traveled from Dubai on September 25, 2020, with Emirates Airlines …

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Community radio joins the fight against COVID-19 in Timor-Leste

Community radio producers and on-air personalities have been instrumental in developing messages in five local languages – Baikeno, Fataluco, Makasae, Mambae and Tokodede – which are spoken by community members in the 13 municipalities of Timor-Leste. This is in addition to messaging in Tetun, the most widely spoken language in Timor-Leste. UNICEF

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