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José Ramos-Horta on his Official website - Empreza Di'ak
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José Ramos-Horta on his Official website

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José Ramos-Horta on his Official website

“Today, I bring you a very touching story/project. The story of Sanan Rai.

A story from an island that overlooks our capital Díli, where 8,000 people live and old customs are slowly dying: Ataúro. For almost four years now, Empreza Di’ak, a NGO that thrives in the search for sustainable income for villages throughout Timor-Leste found that resources in Atauro are seasonal and limited, specially the fish (see their Ikan Di’ak – Good Fish- Project). After thorough research, one remote village was identified as the former ceramics center of the island, well known for its traditional clay pots – Sanan Rai.”

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Date:

8th December 2016