Tempo Timor

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Ho hakraik an Tempo Timor hato'o komprimentus ba laitor sira katak, Jornal Tempo Timor hahu mosu iha imi le'et atu fasilita informasaun ba imi. Tamba ne'e ami presiza ita boot sira nia tulun atu ekipa jornal ne'e nian bele halao servisu jornalismu ho didiak.

Jornalista Jornal Tempo Timor, bandu atu hetan envelope ka sasan ruma husi fontes informasaun sira.

Kareta ne'ebé hetan tuda iha Letefoho, Ermera, Sesta (06/04). Foto supplied. 

 DILI – Seidauk tama ba iha periodu kampaña eleitoral ba eleisaun antisipada, maibé tensaun politika iha baze komesa manas ba dadauk. 

Lider partidu politika sira ko’alia bebeik no husu bebeik ba povu tomak atu labele kria ka halo instabilidade iha rai laran, liliu iha periodu konsolidasaun partidaria ba to’o periodu kampaña no eleisaun nian, maibé liafuan hirak ne’e folin la’ek de’it, tanba la’ós tentasaun de’it, maibé mosu duni asaun anarkizmu no krime hasoru lider partidu politika sira bainhira ba hala’o konsolidasaun iha baze.

Ijemplu konkretu mak antes ne’e mosu grupu ida taka dalan ba konvoiu portavoz Alliansa Mudansa ba Progresu (AMP) atual prezidente Partidu Libertasaun Popular (PLP), Taur Matan Ruak (TMR) iha Vikeke, no iha loron Sesta dader, 6 Abril 2018, mosu tan grupu balun halo asaltu ba konvoiu TMR nian ne’ebé tuda kareta Segundu Vise sekretariu jeral partidu CNRT nian, Jacinto Rigoberto iha postu administrativu Letefoho, munisipiu Ermera.

Tuir informasaun ne’ebé Tempo Timor asesu katak, ekipa AMP nian kompostu hosi TMR no Jacinto Rigoberto mai hosi diresaun postu administrativu Atsabe atu ba halo konsolidasaun partidu nian iha postu administrativu Hatulia, maibé derepente hetan asaltu hosi grupu deskoñesidu iha dalan klaran, iha postu administrativu Letefoho.

Segundu Vise sekretariu jeral partidu CNRT, Jacinto Rigoberto hatete, nia saudavel hela, maibé nia kareta mak a’at.

“Tarjetu ne'e ba ha'u duni. Vidru kareta oin boot ne’e mak rahun, tanba fatuk boot tolu mak mai loos. Sorte tau reben be la borus,” hatete Rigoberto via kontaktu telemovel ba Tempo Timor, Sesta (06/04).

“Ohin ha’u relata kedas iha polisia eskuadra Letefoho, hasai evidensia buat sira ne’e hotu ne’ebé entrega ba sira. Polisia mós haruka nia ema ida mai akompaña ha’u mai to’o tiha Bulolo mak fila,” hatutan Rigoberto.

Rigoberto hatutan, asaltu ne’e akontese iha postu Letefoho, suku Haubu iha dalan atu ba Hatugau.

Entretantu, komandante eskuadra polisia postu administrativu Letefoho, Cornelio Moniz rekoñese katak, iha duni keixa mai partidu AMP nian kona – bá akontesementu ne’ebé akontese iha Letefoho, maibé komandante Moniz seidauk bele relata kronolojia klean, tanba sei relata relatóriu kompletu ba komandante polisia munisipiu Ermera mak foin bele sai klean.

“Iha keixa duni, maibé sei submete hela iha prosesu iha eskuadra Letefoho, Ermera,” hatete komandante Moniz via kontaktu telemovel ba Tempo Timor, Sesta (06/04).

“Loloos ne’e ha’u bele relata hela, maibé sei prepara hela relatóriu hodi relata ba komandante munisipiu, tanba ha’u nia elementu sira sei halo hela observasaun, identifikaasaun ba fatin krime, no iha hela prosesu laran”.

AMBENO – Pessoal saúde hamutuk ema nain 23 ne’ebé rekruta hosi ministériu saúde destaka iha Rejiaun Administrativu Espesial Oe – Kusi Ambeno (RAEOA) desde Janeiru 2018 to'o oras ne'e seidauk simu saláriu, tanba mosu problema iha funsaun públiku. 

Bazeia ba dokumentu ida ne’ebé Tempo Timor asesu ho númeru referensia 85/SRS – RAEOA ZEESM TL/Gab.SRS/III/2018 katak Ministériu Saúde ho númeru referensia 208/MS/DGSC/RAEOA/III/2018 iha loron Kuarta, 7 Marsu 2018 kona – bá enkamiña lista funsionáriu foun. Nune’e mós despaixu Sekretaria Estadu Rejional Saúde iha loron 9 Marsu 2018 katak, tenke hato’o karta ne’e ba prezidente autoriedade no kopia hato’o ba funsaun públiku RAEOA. Iha biban ne’e sekretaria rejional ba saude enkamiña lista funsionariu foun ne’ebé rekrutadu hosi Ministériu Saúde iha tinan 2017, no mós salariu durante tinan 2017 Ministériu Saúde mak halo pagamentu, maibé infelizmente ministériu hapara ona salariu funsionariu foun ne’ebé koloka ba iha saúde RAEOA iha Dezembru 2017 hamutuk ema nain 23.   Entretantu, despaisu ida seluk hosi ministériu saúde ho númeru referensia 208/MS/DGSC/RAEOA/III/2018 loron 7 Marsu 2018 katak bazeia ba karta serbisu saúde rejiaun Oe – Kusi Ambeno ho númeru referensia 43/SRAS SSROA/Adm – JP/II/2018 iha loron 6 Fevereiru 2018 Diretor Jeral Serbisu Korporativus Ministériu Saúde, José dos Reis Magno husu ba Sekretaria Rejional Saúde RAEOA, atu responsabiliza pagamentu salariu ba funsionariu nain 23 hahu hosi Janeiru 2018 ba oin. 

Osan ne’ebé tenke selu ba pessoal saúde nain 23 mak US $10,175, maibé infelizmente to’o oras ne’e seidauk selu. Jornalista Tempo Timor, Raimundos Oki mós iha Oe – Kusi Ambeno bainhira funsionariu foun hirak ne’e ba hasoru prezidente substitutu RAEOA, Aresnio Paixão Bano iha nia gabinete iha Oe – Kusi Ambeno iha loron 21 Marsu foin lalais, maibé la hetan rezultadu.

“Ami konfirma ona ho funsaun públiku nasionál katak Oe – Kusi Ambeno nia osan iha, maibé funsaun públiku Oe – Kusi Ambeno mak seidauk aprova ho rajaun la klaru,” hatete dotor Paulo Colo via kontaktu telemovel ba Tempo Timor, Sesta (06/04).

“Kleur ona ami seidauk simu ami nia direitu. Lahatene tanba saida mak bele akontese hanesan ne’e,” nia hatutan.  Liu tiha ida ne’e, Tempo Timor marka audiensia ho Arsenio Paixão Bano hodi konfirma kona – ba assuntu ne’e, no assuntu balun, maibé lakohi antende ho rajaun la klaru to’o ohin loron. (Oki) 

DILI - Timor-Leste is about to enter a unique 30-40-year demographic opportunity window with  the potential for rapid economic and human development gains. While many countries are challenged by their aging populations, Timor-Leste, the second youngest country in the Asia-Pacific region, has an opportunity to translate its blessing into socio-economic dividends by unlocking the potential of its youthful population.

However, this endeavour is challenged by a significant number of unemployed and underemployed youth who face multiple wellbeing vulnerabilities, particularly in education and community vitality. Unless more targeted and quality investments are made now in health, education and the economy, Timor-Leste may miss out on this unique opportunity to unleash its development potential over the next few decades.

Launched today by Minister for the Council of Ministers Adriano do Nascimento, the Timor-Leste National Human Development Report 2018, entitled ‘Planning the Opportunities for a Youthful Population’ aims to promote public discussion and policy making around investing in youth and their well-being to benefit from a potential demographic dividend. The report is the outcome of a two-year collaboration between the UNDP, the Government of Timor-Leste and Flinders University, Australia.

“Timor-Leste is presented with a unique opportunity to make a significant leap forward in its human development,” said Mr. Roy Trivedy, United Nations Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative. “This can only be harnessed through an empowered generation of young women and men who are appropriately skilled, well-educated, and equipped to contribute fully to the process of nation building.”

Timor-Leste is one of the youngest countries in the world with 74 per cent of the population aged under 35, making it the second youngest nation in the Asia-Pacific region after Afghanistan and 15th youngest globally. Consequently, young people have the potential to play an extremely important role in the country’s achievement of its future development aspirations.

The report measures the subjective well-being of youth aged 15-34 across eight aspects of well-being based on a nationwide survey. Promisingly, it finds that three quarters of youth across Timor-Leste perceive themselves as leading healthy and satisfactory lives overall, however, it also finds that more than 80 percent experience deprivations in education and community vitality.

“Political leaders, government officials, businesses, community leaders and development partners have a responsibility to invest now in the wellbeing of youth. We need to unlock the potential of young people to contribute more effectively to Timor-Leste’s development to help create a more prosperous and sustainable future for all,” said Mr. Trivedy.

Inadequate investments in education and training result in a large pool of unemployed youth who feel unprepared for and lack the skills required to access decent employment. This is intensified for adolescent girls and young women who are further disadvantaged in fully participating in education and the economy due to gender roles. The perceived support youth receive from their communities is limited while more than 75 per cent have elevated levels of concern related to safety and security.

Considering the noticeable decline in birth rate in recent years and the arrival of a demographic window of opportunity, the report proposes that the largest human development gains and a rise in GDP per capita from $2,619 in 2015 to $15,375 in 2030 can be achieved if interventions in education and the economy are complemented by increased access to reproductive health services.

The report recommends allocating 25 per cent of the state budget to education and training and calls for several reforms to achieve better quality education and the transformation of economically inactive youth into entrepreneurs in agriculture, tourism and other sectors of the economy that show potential for growth. (pr)

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