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Training of Trainers for F-FDTL Instructors on INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW

On September 26, – 4 October 2017, the ICRC (International Committee of Red Cross) provides Training of Trainers for F-FDTL Instructors on INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW. Training will be conducted in Dili with 15 participants. The training was opened by the F-FDTL Chief of Staff, Colonel Falur Rate Laek. The training is delivered by Mr. Paul Baker, the ICRC Regional Delegate for Armed FoRead More
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22nd August, Talk show in Metro Radio

22nd August, CVTL started it fortnightly radio talk show (which is repeated every other week) on Radio Metro. Estanislau Guterres - CVTL Communications Coordinator talked about the history of CVTL and gave an overview of the work we do.   Stay tuned to Radio Metro – Every Tuesday at 11 am – 94.7 on your FM RadioRead More
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16th August, 2017 CVTL signed (MoU) with Metro Radio (SECOMS)

Day, 16 August, 2017 CVTL signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) today with Metro Radio (SECOMS) – the community radio for Timor-Leste. CVTL will have a weekly program every Tuesday morning from 11-12 which will be repeated on Mondays. All our programs will be shared with all the Community Radios in all 13 Districts. This will be a great and fun way to share our activities and programRead More
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30th June to 2nd of July, CVTL Branch Baucau Youth Camping

30th June to 2nd of July, CVTL Baucau Branch held a Youth Camp. The 44 participants came from Baucau Municipality and it was a time to learn and enjoy. Different speakers covered topics such as Child Protection, Anti-smoking, a very interesting talk about perception and ways of viewing the world from the President of Baucau Branch, CVTL Facebook and the rules and regulatioRead More
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On 22 June 2017, CVTL Celebrates 17th Birthday

CVTL Celebrates 17th Birthday 22 Jun, 2017 Dili – Today is our Birthday. 17 years ago on the 22nd of June, 2000, CVTL (Cruz Vermelha de Timor-Leste – Timor-Leste Red Cross), started its humble beginnings. But Red Cross was in Timor-Leste many decades before – with Portuguese Red Cross, Indonesia Red CrossRead More
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