imor-Leste’s big-spending leaders are squandering its savings Kembalinya anak Timor Leste yang ‘diambil paksa’ oleh TNI Legacy of Mass Torture and Challenge for Reform Ocupação humana na ilha timorense de Ataúro tem pelo menos 18 mil anos 20 de Maio - Tempu ba reflexaun..
We are proud to release in this market the first lines of fragrances Buibere for Her and Maubere for Him. Together with glass handcrafted gifts perfect for Christmas.
BEM VINDO E OBRIGADO PELA VISITA!

segunda-feira, 19 de novembro de 2012

Care of The ALMA Sisters in Dili!


The Alma Sisters are a group of physiotherapists and nuns who are based in Dili, East Timor. They look after sick, orphaned and disabled children from districts all over E. Timor. Recently they were able to build two small classrooms and a physio room- but they still need more funds to buy medical equipment, wheelchairs- and to build a new facility for the children with special needs.
Many of the children they work with have Cerebral Palsy - and the quality of life for these children have increased tenfold. 

If you want to learn more or make a donation please visit:

Recently Esra Ozege (philanthropist) and Paulie Stewart (Dili Allstars) visited East Timor to take over a shipment of kids shoes generously donated by the Wiggles. They were able to shadow the sisters on their rounds in two very poor districts, and watched the sisters and out the shoes to where they were needed most.

For more information on that, visit: 
http://www.cam.org.au/news/wiggles-donation-helps-alma-nuns.html 

Jessica Carrascalão Heard is singing an East Timorese Folk Song arranged by the Dili Allstars translated it means: Poor child or orphan in need. Available on the Dili Allstars best of ABC album.





in Care of The ALMA Sisters in Dili
publicação DK 19 de Novembro de 2012


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