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Poor water governance is a significant contributor to the spread of water-borne diseases in Timor-Leste.
Due to prevailing circumstances and other priorities, the Timor-Leste Government has missed several opportunities to change that situation.
The government must hasten its decision-making...
Timor-Leste’s high rate of malnutrition impedes the population’s ability to break the cycle of poverty and, at the national level, is a burden on national development. As a Least Developed Country, with a high poverty rate, achieving food and nutrition security is crucial for Timor-Leste’s...
Obesity rates have risen faster in the South Pacific than anywhere else over the last 30 years and are expected to continue to increase for the foreseeable future. The importation of fatty, cheap cuts of meat is often blamed for the high prevalence of obesity...