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EMPREZA DIAK is a Timorese organisation that works to end poverty in Timor-Leste. We economically empower people creating new livelihood opportunities, providing innovative training and starting small businesses to build better futures. Since 2011 we reached 5,000 women and men in 10 municipalities across the country and we want to impact at least 2,000 more lives every year!
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Author: brito

Mid term Evaluation

Mid term Evaluation  TERMS OF REFERENCE  Program: Futuru Di’ak – Building better futures for women survivors of Gender Based Violence through Economic Empowerment Reporting: Empreza Di’ak’s Director Period of Implementation: until 15 of June 2018 Duration: maximum 10 Working days Application:  Until 25 May 2018, to be sent to hr@empreza-diak.com BACKGROUND: Empreza Di’ak NGO (ED) is a dynamic Timorese NGO that uses micro-business to fight poverty in Timor-Leste. ED is committed to all Timorese having the opportunity to build a better life, combining their own efforts with the power of business. ED focuses on developing marketable local products while supporting poor and rural communities and, in particular, vulnerable women to access to markets and works...

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Portugueses distinguidos em Timor-Leste por trabalho contra a pobreza – TVI Portugal

Os portugueses Ariana e Filipe chegaram a Timor-Leste em 2009 para trabalhar para o governo timorense e uma organização de apoio ao desenvolvimento, mas é pela luta contra a pobreza que foram reconhecidos, esta quarta-feira, publicamente pelo país. Fundadores da organização não-governamental Empresa Di'ak, em 2010, Ariana Simões de Almeida e Filipe Alfaiate estão entre os vencedores do prémio Direito Humanos Sérgio Vieira de Mello, que hoje receberam das mãos do Presidente timorense, Taur Matan Ruak. «É um enorme orgulho receber este prémio [no valor de 10 mil dólares] e ver reconhecido o trabalho que toda a equipa da Empresa Di'ak tem feito pelo desenvolvimento de Timor-Leste», afirmou Filipe...

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