Alola Events

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Posted on 5/03/2019

Afternoon Tea, Sunday 7th April 2-4pm at the North Fitzroy Library, Melbourne. Details soon.

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We warmly invite you to dinner with us and please share our Facebook event far and wide and/or our flyer: Alola Australia.Dinner Oct.20 Flyer  All proceeds will expand and strengthen the “Our Village Loves its Mothers and Babies Program” in two remote villages: Kaimauk and Manumera in the Turisicai sub district of Timor-Leste ~ Coordinated by Fundasaun Alola. […]

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2018 Dinner speech by Glenda Lasslett: Timor-Leste today: What a young nation’s women and men can achieve against all odds.

Posted on 29/11/2018

Glenda Lasslett delivered this speech at the Alola Australia Annual Fundraising dinner. Click on the link below to read or download Glenda’s speech: Timor-Leste Today. What a young nations women and men can achieve against all odds.Oct.19 2018.Glenda Lasslett

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Alola Australia – Spring Newsletter 2018

Posted on 25/09/2018

Welcome to the Spring 2018 Alola Australia newsletter. Spring is a time of new beginnings and so we have a new format for our newsletter. We hope you enjoy reading more stories and seeing bigger photos. Let us know what you think. On that, we also have a new Alola newsletter letters column and would […]

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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.

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.