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Building Resilient Small-Scale Rural Infrastructure

Returned to Timor-Leste in mid-April, I started my 4 months commitment as a communication officer for the UNDP SSRI Project. The reason I choose to return is because I can see my contribution/the contribution of UNDP in this country which is something more significant than working in my hometown. Since I am the only communication person in the Project, I have lots of works and in the midst encounter much difficulty, giving me the most stressful time of work. However, I am really proud of the Project which is improving rural livelihoods, and it’s my pleasure to leave some legacy for this closing Project.

Links:

http://www.tl.undp.org/content/timor_leste/en/home/operations/projects/environment_and_energy/climate-risk-resilience–scale-rural-infrastructure-and-local-go.html

(http://www.tl.undp.org/content/timor_leste/en/home/operations/projects/ClosedProjects/climate-risk-resilience–scale-rural-infrastructure-and-local-go.html)

(http://www.tl.undp.org/content/timor_leste/en/home/all-projects/strengthening-the-resilience-of-small-scale-rural-infrastructure.html)

https://youtu.be/c-tbBU7Fqak

https://youtu.be/1ezrzw9TgGI

https://youtu.be/LGvfH9bGtZ4

https://youtu.be/ky-gmvlZo4w

https://undp-adaptation.exposure.co/construction-in-progress

http://www.tl.undp.org/content/timor_leste/en/home/ourwork/environmentandenergy/successstories/better-road-improves-livelihood-of-buruma-people.html

http://www.tl.undp.org/content/timor_leste/en/home/ourwork/environmentandenergy/successstories/new-water-supply-system-bringing-clean-water-to-1400-people-in-l.html

http://www.tl.undp.org/content/timor_leste/en/home/presscenter/articles/2017/05/18/timor-leste-and-lao-pdr-exchange-experience-on-climate-resilience.html

http://www.tl.undp.org/content/timor_leste/en/home/presscenter/articles/2017/08/28/local-ngos-and-communities-are-working-together-to-address-climate-risks.html

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