Alola Events

Geelong Friends of Viqueque – Alola Foundation fundraising dinner Join us for a two course dinner as we raise funds to develop a Mother Support Group in Viqueque. Dr Kirsty Sword Gusmao AO, former First Lady of Timor-Leste and founder and chair of the Alola Foundation will be addressing the audience. Following this, a Q & […]


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      In connection with the Mind the Gap exhibition artist Lindy Yeates’ recorded interviews with Timorese and Australian women, including the founder of Alola – Kirsty Sword Gusmão, Alola Australia board member – Christine Perkins and long-time Alola supporters Nandy Gurr and Helen Kenneally. They have all worked with passion and courage for […]


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Alola News

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Alola Australia – Summer Newsletter 2016

Posted on 6/12/2016

Alola Australia Summer Newsletter 2016


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Fundasaun Alola: 2015 Annual Report

Posted on 12/10/2016

The Alola Foundation (Fundasaun Alola) 2015 Annual Report is available on their website’s homepage via this link: www.alolafoundation.org  


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Jorge de Araujo
Thank you Jorge for your wonderful photos that we are using on our web site

The Shannon Company
The Shannon Company, a company dedicated to behaviour change communications supports the work of Alola with their graphic design expertise


Fundasaun Alola
Alola is a not for profit non-governmental organisation operating in Timor-Leste to improve the lives of women and children.

BOOYAH Melbourne
Web Site Developers and Hosting Melbourne

Commission for Children and Young People
The Victorian Office of the Child Safety Commissioner provides support and a meeting place for the board of Alola Australia.

Intrepid Travel
Intrepid Travel operates a 15 day adventure trip to Timor-Leste, including a visit to The Alola Foundation and a presentation on their work. This trip heads to 9 out of 13 districts, including to the highest mountain Ramelau to the south coast and Suai, to Atauro Island and to the eastern regions of Baucau, Los Palos and Tutuala. All along the way there is opportunity to meet Timorese and learn about their lives and hopes for the future.