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The To’os Ba Moris Diak (Farming for Prosperity) Program (TOMAK) is an agricultural livelihoods program (Phase 1 2016-21) funded by the Australian Government.Its goal is to ensure rural households live more prosperous and sustainable lives. A key component of TOMAK involves improving food security and nutrition for rural communities, emphasising Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture (NSA) approaches. The Program is being implemented in 66 suku in Bobonaro, Baucau and Viqueque municipalities.

TOMAK: To’os ba Moris Di’ak

TOMAK is planning to provide NSA training for key partner staff involved in implementing the program (government and non-government). The training will provide an introduction to: basic concepts and principles of NSA; key nutrition gaps experienced in Timor-Leste; design and implementation of activities that can address these gaps; and common problems and risks experienced in the delivery of NSA activities. Multiple training events are likely.
Expressions of Interest (EoI) are sought from locally-based organisations that have an established track record in delivering training of this nature in Timor-Leste, and are interested in partnering with TOMAK for this work.
Further information on EoI requirements are available on request fromTOMAK Administration Officer, Felicia Fernandes onFelicia.Fernandes@tomak.org.
The closing date for expressions of interest is Friday October 13.

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