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CONISTIL accommodates 45 orphans in dormitory of Anur Mosque Kampung Alor

CONISTIL accommodates 45 orphans in dormitory of Anur Mosque Kampung Alor

Anur Mosque. Image/Google

DILI, 23 march 2022 (TATOLI)-The National Council of Islamic in Timor-Leste (CONISTIL), accommodates 45 orphaned children because their parents have passed away and unable afford to support them, in the Anur Mosque dormitory of Kampung Alor and sent them to school to ensure their dreams in the future.

“Therefore CONISTIL accommodate them to stay in the dormitory of Anur Mosque Kampung Alor and sending them to school in order that, they can pursue their dreams in the future,’ ” said the President of CONISTIL, Pascoal Siddiq Lemorai, when interviewed by TATOLI News Agency at his office, Anur Mosque, Kampung Alor, Dili, this wednesday.

“From the 45 children are all women, adhere the Muslim religion, from municipalities in across the Timor–Leste. Currently, they live in the dormitory of Anur Mosque, Kampung Alor, Dili and some of them were studying in Primary School, Junior High School, and Senior High School at the Anur Mosque School, Kampung Alor, Dili” he added.

All funding for orphans in Anur Mosque dormitory is responsible by the CONISTIL and is also supported by several assistance from the international Islamic community in Timor-Leste.

In addition, they often receive the humanitarian assistance from the Ministry of Social Solidarity and Inclusiveness (MSSI) and also often received the food solidarity assistance from the national leaders Kay Rala Xanana Gusmão.

“CONISTIL hopes that, they will get a lot of support from everyone to learn effectively in pursuing their dreams of contributing to the State of Timor-Leste in the future because the future of Timor-Leste is in the hands of future generations,” stressed.

“We hope that they will grow up together with CONISTIL in contributing to the national development process in Timor–Leste,” The President  of CONISTIL, Pascoal Siddiq Lemorai concluded.

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Journalist : Camilio de Sousa

Editor : Rafy Belo

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