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Malaria: Eliminate it

Published in English News

Eliminating malaria is both possible and necessary. Here’s how to accelerate progress

WHO Regional Director, Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh said, WHO South-East Asia Region has made dramatic progress in malaria prevention and control. As the recently released World Malaria Report documents, since 2010 the South-East Asia Region has led the world in reducing the number of people falling ill and dying from malaria, slashing the caseload by 50% and associated mortality by 60%. In addition, two countries in the Region – Maldives and Sri Lanka – have been certified malaria-free. In 2016 four countries recorded fewer than 10 000 cases, while Bhutan and Timor-Leste reported zero deaths since 2013 and 2015 respectively.  

These are substantial achievements, particularly in a world where the battle against malaria remains as challenging as ever. That eight of the Region’s nine malaria endemic countries are on course to reduce malaria cases by 40% by 2020 (with three countries – Bhutan, Nepal and Timor-Leste – identified as having the potential to achieve elimination) is proof that with the right policies and robust political will, malaria’s deadly burden can be lifted.

To make that happen Region-wide by 2030, high-burden countries such as India, Indonesia and Myanmar must continue their forward trajectory. While each has made substantial gains in driving down malaria incidence and mortality, their further success will have a decisive impact on the Region’s fortunes given that together they account for around 98% of its burden. More importantly, they will have a decisive impact on vulnerable populations now suffering the disease, raising up their health and wellbeing and promoting social and economic advancement.

To achieve these outcomes, a number of tools outlined in WHO’s Technical Strategy for Malaria 2016-2030 are of critical function.    

Key among them is deepening community engagement and action at the grassroots. As the World Malaria Report highlights, countries across the South-East Asia Region have benefitted immensely from working directly with affected communities. Whether by disseminating insecticidal nets or carrying out rapid diagnostic testing, grassroots volunteer networks have the ability to catalyze real change where effectively engaged. India’s Accredited Social Health Activist programme is a good example of how this can be done, and how countries can reach the unreached and underserved while establishing greater community buy-in.

The embrace of innovation and new technologies is likewise crucial. That means strengthening and expanding support for basic, clinical and implementation research able to enhance understanding of both malaria parasites and the mosquitoes that spread them. It also means investing in new technologies and forms of service delivery that can hasten progress in specific contexts. Though Region-wide uptake of Artemisinin-based Combination Therapy (ACT), for example, has had dramatic impact, countries in the Greater Mekong Subregion, where resistance has inhibited ACT’s efficacy, must now seek-out and obtain newer, more powerful tools before untreatable parasite strains emerge.

Stronger surveillance and information systems also hold great potential. By building on and fortifying existing surveillance, national malaria programs will be in a better position to allocate or redirect resources to affected areas, especially in the event of an outbreak. Stronger surveillance will also help gauge the effectiveness of interventions, allowing authorities to modify their approach where appropriate. As part of this push, better information on the abundance and behavior of mosquitoes is needed to support mosquito control measures, including the spraying of insecticides, the use of insecticidal nets and behavioral change communications.  

Importantly, given that malaria’s burden transcends national borders, and can be reintroduced where it has already been eliminated, Region-wide cross-border collaboration is essential. To this end, WHO’s data-sharing platform in the Greater Mekong Sub region is a great example of how countries can pool information to pursue common goals and empower national malaria programs. A similar model should be considered for the entire Region, allowing authorities in each country to access robust and up-to-date data that can help guide their efforts. To make this happen, political obstacles must be overcome in all countries, and transparency pursued as a matter of principle.   

Recent momentum in each of these areas is encouraging. In November, a ministerial roundtable was held in New Delhi where, among other things, Member countries focused on operationalizing the South-East Asia Region’s 2017-2030 malaria elimination action plan. To follow that up, in early December the Region’s health ministers convened once again, this time in Myanmar’s capital, Naypyidaw, to share experiences and learn from one another in an effort to accelerate progress at the local, national and regional levels.

This momentum is exactly what is needed for the South-East Asia Region to stay on course and achieve its 2020 and 2030 targets. For the Region’s three high-burden Member countries, as well as those that have eliminated or are on the cusp of eliminating the disease, the need to retain focus and deepen the implementation of key tools and strategies cannot be overemphasized. Across the Region, we can accelerate progress and help secure the health and wellbeing of vulnerable populations. Malaria: We can – and must – eliminate it. (pr) 



Strengthening hospitality skills in Timor-Leste

Published in English News


DILI – Fifteen hospitality trainers will celebrate completing an Advanced Hospitality Trainer Program today. Their timely training, delivered at CNEFP Tibar in association with Charles Darwin University, equips them to teach hospitality skills at an international standard, supporting the Government of Timor-Leste’s ambitions to grow its hospitality and tourism sectors.

With new expertise in teaching food and beverage and accommodation services, and a strong focus on customer service, the trainers will return to their municipalities to pass on their knowledge and skills, inspiring the next generation of students to become hospitality experts.

The Hospitality Advanced Trainer Program is part of a wider initiative funded by the Australian Government to support workforce development and vocational skills.

Australian Ambassador to Timor-Leste, Peter Roberts said ‘There is huge potential for a tourism industry in Timor-Leste, making the most of the country’s natural beauty and rich history. A skilled workforce is key to realising that potential.’

According to the 2017 Enterprise and Skills Survey*, work in the food and accommodation industries increased from 13% to 18% last year and is projected to provide new jobs and make a significant contribution to Timor-Leste’s economy.

Hospitality industry representatives will attend the completion ceremony, including key note speaker Tony Jape, Executive Director and General Manager of Dili Development Company who said ‘All of the trainers who have participated in the skills upgrade course will play a vital and leading role in vocational training for tourism in Timor-Leste…. I cannot state strongly enough how important it is to have a clear vocational training strategy if we are to reap the rewards that are on offer.’

Australia’s Workforce Development Program includes support to INDMO and SEJT to develop additional accredited hospitality qualifications and upgrade training facilities at CNEFP Tibar.

Using these upgraded facilities and with the additional expertise of the hospitality trainers, CNEFP Tibar will commence delivery of two new Certificate III qualifications in Food and Beverage and Accommodation Services to employees in the hospitality industry. The new program, scheduled to commence this month, will further strengthen hospitality skills training in Timor-Leste.

During the ceremony the Director of CNEFP Tibar, Simao Barreto will sign a Memorandum of Understanding with Charles Darwin University, promoting a collaborative relationship between the two. (pr) 


Xanana – TMR Husu Misa Homenazen ba Konis Santana

Published in Politika

DILI – Eis komandante em xefe das FALINTIL, Kay Rala Xanana Gusmão ho eis vise Taur Matan Ruak husu misa homenajen ba saudozu Nino Konis Santa nia mate ne’ebé kompleta tinan 20 ona iha loron Domingo, 11 Marsu 2018.

Nino Konis Santa mate iha Mertutu, Ermera iha loron 11 Marsu 1998.

Misa ne’e Kay Rala Xanana Gusmão ho Taur Matan Ruak hamutuk ho Veteranu Kombatente Libertasaun Nasionál mak husu hodi hanoin hikas fali Konis nia mate iha tinan 20 liuba. 

Tuir informasaun ne’ebé Tempo Timor iha katak intensaun hosi misa ne’e atu fó homenazen no atu komemoriza Nino Konis Santa nia loron mate, no fó homenazen mós ba saudozu sira hotu ne’ebé fó sira nia aan tomak ka abnegasaun total ba liberdade nasaun no povu Timor – Leste tomak ne’ebé nu’udar ona nasaun livre no independente iha mundu rai klaran iha loron 20 Maio 2002. 

Misa ne’e akontese iha Dili iha igreja Imaculada Conceição ne’ebé lidera hosi Bispo Diocese Dili, Don Virgílio do Carmo da Silva, SDB iha horas tuku 4 lorokraik. Misa ne’e akontese mós iha igreja sira seluk iha rai laran.  

Jornalista José Antonio Belo ‘Taraleu’ katak foto ne'e halo nia hanoin hikas momentu kmanek akompaña intervista entre jornalista Shusi Koyama hosi japaun ho Nino Konis Santana, iha tinan 1994 iha Mertutu, Ermera. 

 Jornalista José António Belo ho Nino Konis Santana 

 “Iha fulan Marsu tinan1998, Kopassus sei sulan hela ha'u isin iha SGI Kolmera. Iha dadersan ida, iha fulan marcu ninia klaran SGI sira hasai dadur sira husi cela ba habai isin iha loron manas. SGI ninia membru ida dehan ba ami rua maun Loke Matan nune'e, "Komandan kalian, Konis Santana udah meninggal Dunia karena jatuh ke jurang," José haktuir hikas.

 “Fofoun ami rua la fiar mas liu tiha minutu ruma maluk Timoroan ida hosi Lospalos ne'ebé mós hanesan membru SGI, se ha'u la sala ninia naran maun Abilio, hare Kopassus Indonesiu sira ses uitoan nia hakat mai dehan, "Tebes, katuas mate duni ona iha Ramelau." Iha momentu hanesan, ha'u fuan sente nakukun liu fali kalan nia nakukun”.

Nune'e hanoin hikas fali tinan 20 Saudozu Komandante Nino Konis Santana nian mate (11/03/1998 - 11/03/2018). Minutu ida silensiu hodi kontinua fó homenagem, honra no glória ba Saudozu nian sakrifisiu, dedikasaun no abnegasaun total iha prosesu luta ba objetivu lulik "ukun rasik a'an". Deskansa ho Hakmatek. 

Hanesan Presidente Konferensia dahuluk iha loron 01/03/1981 - 08/03/1981, Kay Rala Xanana Gusmão, Membru Sobrevivente C.C.F, hato'o iha nia diskursu dehan: "Não podemos deixar de lembrar todos os valorosos combatentes das gloriosas FALINTIL que tombaram na defesa da integridade da nossa Pátria pela defesa do povo Maubere. Recordamos ainda todos os verdadeiros filhos de Timor-Leste que não negaram o sacrifício da sua própria vida pela Libertação da sua Terra." 

Deputadu Partidu Libertasaun Popular (PLP), Demetrio de Carvalho hakerek iha nia pájina Facebook katak atu hanoin hikas Saudozu Nino Konis Santana nia mate inklui heroi ba patria sira hotu mak ohin iha igreija lubuk ida iha Timor – Leste. 

Nia hatutan, padre sira ne’ebé ohin halo misa ba loron mate Nino Konis Santa nian inklui heroi ba patria sira seluk mak hanesan amu Bispo Diocese Dili, Don Virgílio do Carmo, SDB, amu Bispo Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo, SDB iha Portugal, amu Justinho, SDB iha Quelicai, amu Abrão, SDB iha Venilale, amu Roberto, Pr iha Baguia, amu Nelson, SDB iha colegio Maliana, amu Berto, CMF iha Kampung Tuti – Komoro, amu Yanpol, CMF iha Salele, amu Norbeto, CMF iha Fohorem, amu Rian, CMF iha Fomento – Komoro, amu Justino, CMF iha kupang, amu Anton, CMF iha Kupang, amu Doni, CMF iha Jakarta, amu Melky, Pr misa iha Betun – Atambua, amu Marcelo, Pr iha Betun, amu Niko iha Jogya, amu Sony, SVD iha kalimantan, amu Carlito iha Roma no amu Marsal, Pr iha Maliana no mós Nailulik sira seluk ne’ebé la konsege temi sira hotu nia naran iha ne'e. 

Bazeia ba informasaun balun ne’ebé Tempo Timor asesu katak Antoninho Santana, ho naran revolusionáriu, “Nino Konis Santana” moris iha povasaun Veru, suku Tutuala, munisipiu Lautem. Moris iha loron 12 fulan Janeiro tinan 1957 no mate iha loron 11 Marsu 1998. . Oan dahuluk husi aman Ze-Makar no inan Poko-Tana.

Iha tinan 1973-1975, estuda iha eskola Canto Resende “professor do Posto Escolar”. Iha tinan 1975, delegado UNETIM (União Nacional dos Estudantes de Timor Leste). Organisasaun joventude FRETILIN iha eskola Canto Resende. Hahú participa ativu iha política. Iha tinan 1975-1977, organização popular da juventude de Timor (OPJT), envia atu dirije kontinuasaun ensino iha Tutuala, maibe la konsege tanba funu, nuné’e halao fali atividade da kampanha alfabetijasaun iha zona Tutuala. Alende ne’e assume mos kargu nuudar responsável ba OPJT.

Iha tinan 1979, hetan kapturasaun husi timor oan armadu nebe servisu ba militar Indonesia, maibe konsege halai tan ba ailaran ho suporta husi timor oan armada sira balu tan. Iha tinan 1977-1979, Delegado do Komisariu (DK), iha setor ponta leste.

Iha tinan 1979-1980, assistente polítiku iha rejiaun Talisma. Iha tinan 1981-1983, iha konferénsia kuadru rejistensia, sai delegado Partido Marxista-Leninista- FRETILIN, koloka iha 3ª kampanha husi 1° Brigada Vermelha. Iha tinan 1983-1991, nu’udar komisariu politiku iha rejiaun militar Sentral, NAKROMAN, hafoin kuadru resistensia mate barak iha 7 setembru 1981, konsekuensia husi operasaun militar Indonésia ba serku no aniquilamento nebe koñesidu ho, OPERASI KIKIS.

Iha tinan 1991-1993, assume kargu komisáriu polítiku Militar sai mos nuudar Vice Secretário Conselho Diretiva da FRETILIN (CDF), hafoin vice Secretário da CDF, Mau Hudu Ran Kadalak hetan kapturasaun iha 1991.

Iha tinan 1993-1998, hafoin kapturasaun Kay Rala Xanana Gusmão iha 1992  no Mau Hunu Bulerek Karatayano iha 1993, Nino Konis Santana assume kargu hanesan tuir mai ne;

  • Chefe do Conselho Militar, Órgaun nebe komandu Luta. Hola parte husi Estado Maior das Falintil no Conselho Diretiva da Fretilin.
  • Secretário do Conselho Diretiva da FRETILIN, kargu nebe Mau Hunu Bulerek Karatayano assume molok despartidarizasaun FALINTIL husi FRETILIN iha 1987.
  • Secretário do Conselho Executivo da Luta Frente Armada (CEL/FA).
  • Secretário do CEL/FC, comite Executivo da Luta Frente Clandestina, hafoin Kery Laran Sabala’e lakon, to’o nian mate iha Mertutu Ermera loron 11 fulan Marsu tinan 1998. (Tempo Timor) 






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