Do Something

More than 60% of East Timor's population is under 18.

You can help ensure their future. Here's how...

Photo Review

Women at sunset

Humans have long harnessed the radiant light and heat of the sun. As a source of clean, renewable and inexhaustible energy, it is hard to find an alternative to solar power. On the sun-drenched island of Timor-Leste, solar power makes both economic and environmental sense. UNICEF supports the use of solar energy by providing solar panels to health clinics throughout the country.

Photo by Martine Perret / UNMIT
Tuesday, August 04, 2009

Do Something

You can Do Something.

Consider donating to one of the numerous worthwhile charities supporting the communities of East Timor.

Or you may prefer instead to volunteer your time to the people of East Timor and experience the country first-hand.

Your entire community can get involved, through a friendship arrangement, or by spreading the word with our downloadable posters.

Read more through the links on the left.

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