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FFRL – FHT signs MoU on Youth Capacity Building to youths

FFRL – FHT signs MoU on Youth Capacity Building to youths

DILI, 24 july 2021 (TATOLI)- The Falur Rate Laek Foundation (FFRL) and the Timor Hadomi Foundation (FHT) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in implementing capacity building in various fields.

The chairman of the Falur Rate Laek Foundation, Brigadier Falur Rate Laek, said that the collaboration between the two foundations is very important because it has the same goal of developing capacity building, such as facilitating courses and training to develop the skills of Timorese youths to participate in Timor-Leste’s national development.

“The objective of signing this MoU is cooperation, FFRL wants to provide a training ground for FHT because we have the same mission, which is to provide capacity building training to develop non-formal education for Timorese youths in preparing their skills for participation on National development in Timor Leste,” said Falur in FFRL Mandirin,Dili to Journalist of TATOLI News Agency this saturday.

Therefore, FFRL welcomes the cooperation carried out jointly by FFRL and FHT, let us work together for the benefit of the nation’s children in Timor Leste, said Falur.

In the same place, the director of the Fundasaun Hadomi Timor, Abrao Monteiro “Nicholinux”said it was very prestigious to be able to work with FFRL who was also a hero and veteran who had liberated Timor-Leste.

On behalf of all FHT staff, I would like to express my deep gratitude because Brigadier Falur Rate Laek has worked together to facilitate a place to continue the non-formal capacity building program for the youths of Timor Leste, said Nicholinux.

Nicholinux said the capacity building programs that have been running so far are Information Technology (IT) courses, journalism courses, leadership, administration, finance and others and will start the course on monday, and plan to open another Korean language course which will be implemented in the near future to prepare the condition to youths of Timor-Leste who want to work in South Korea.

He added that previously FHT has also collaborated with Non-Governmental Organizations Luta Hamutuk on capacity building and has been working since 2 years ago and around 1.000 more people have benefited from the capacity building program and many people have also already worked in various institutions in Timor-Leste.

Journalist: Camilio de Sousa

Editor: Rafy Belo

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