Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Total visitors: 165102
MP David Dias Ximenes said that in the past first grade students already had a good understanding of the language, but students nowadays found it difficult to read.

National Members of Parliament (MPs) have questioned teaching quality and education standards across the country as grade five students in basic schools are still struggling to speak Portuguese.

MP David Dias Ximenes said that in the past first grade students already had a good understanding of the language, but students nowadays found it difficult to read.

Read more ...

According to results from a quick data assessment report on blind prevention from 2016, 2.8% of Timorese people over the age of 50 suffers from some type of eye disease.

According to results from a quick data assessment report on blind prevention from 2016, 2.8% of Timorese people over the age of 50 suffers from some type of eye disease.

According to results from a quick data assessment report on blind prevention from 2016, 2.8% of Timorese people over the age of 50 suffers from some type of eye disease.

Read more ...

MP Angelica da Costa said the school has not had any electricity since it was established after Timor-Leste gained its independence in 2002.

The Professional IT School in Manufahi is yet to have access to electricity, which continues to impede the quality of education students receive.

MP Angelica da Costa said the school has not had any electricity since it was established after Timor-Leste gained its independence in 2002.

Read more ...

Government and partners are developing a prevention plan to respond to rabies in the case of an outbreak.

The Timor-Leste government and partners are developing a prevention plan to respond to rabies in the case of an outbreak.

Government and partners are developing a prevention plan to respond to rabies in the case of an outbreak.

Read more ...

E-mail Subscription

Enter your email address:

Poll

Nothing found!

Follow us on Twitter