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MPs continue to arrive late for parliamentary sessions, according to observations made by the JSMP.

MPs continue to arrive late for parliamentary sessions, according to observations made by the Judicial System of Monitoring program (JSMP).

MPs continue to arrive late for parliamentary sessions, according to observations made by the JSMP.

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Seventeen children under the age of five have been identified as living with HIV, according to 2016 data from the Ministry of Health.

Seventeen children under the age of five have been identified as living with HIV, according to 2016 data from the Ministry of Health.

Seventeen children under the age of five have been identified as living with HIV, according to 2016 data from the Ministry of Health.

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Ministry of Health has received $6.4 million in funding from the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) to implement a mass drug distribution program across the country from 2016-2021 to tackle lymphatic filariasis.

The Ministry of Health has received $6.4 million in funding from the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) to implement a mass drug distribution program across the country from 2016-2021 to tackle lymphatic filariasis.

Ministry of Health has received $6.4 million in funding from the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) to implement a mass drug distribution program across the country from 2016-2021 to tackle lymphatic filariasis.

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Tobacco control law had yet to be properly implemented as the Health Ministry was still in the process of raising awareness to communities across the country.

The head of the Department of Non-Communicable Disease Helder Juvinal said the tobacco control law had yet to be properly implemented as the Health Ministry was still in the process of raising awareness to communities across the country.

Tobacco control law had yet to be properly implemented as the Health Ministry was still in the process of raising awareness to communities across the country.

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  • Fri
    May
    12
    2017
    Health personnel seize nutrition supplement packs
    Health personnel from the Comoro Health Center (SSC) have seized 30 packs of a food supplement used for malnutrition after it was resold to a kiosk in Dili. Health personnel from the Comoro Health ...
  • Fri
    May
    12
    2017
    HIV still a big threat for the future of Timor
    Executive Secretary of the National Commission for Combating the HIV/AIDS Timor-Leste (KNKS-TL) Daniel Marçal said HIV was a significant threat for the country’s human resources in the future. KNKS...
  • Fri
    May
    05
    2017
    National hospital not yet able to treat stage 4 cancer
    The National Hospital’s Clinical Director, Flavio Brandão, said the hospital did not yet have the capacity to treat stage 3 and 4 cancers. National Hospital’s Clinical Director, Flavio Brandão, sai...
  • Fri
    May
    05
    2017
    Gota water production meets international health standards
    The National Director for Water and Sanitation (DNSA), Rui de Sousa, said the water brand Gota was safe to drink and met World Health Organization (WHO) standards. The company’s owner, Nilton Gusmã...
  • Fri
    May
    05
    2017
    Suku police officers receive IT training
    The National Police of Timor-Leste (PNTL) has provided IT training for suku (village) officers (OPS) to help improve their level of understanding. MP Albina Marçal said she considered the training ...

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