CWP Global LTD to support Timor -Leste supply autonomous water in remote areas

CWP Global LTD to support Timor -Leste supply autonomous water in remote areas

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DILI, 22 september 2022 (TATOLI)- CWP Global LTD is committed to supporting Timor-Leste to supply autonomous water in remote areas of Timor-Leste.

This commitment was conveyed by the President of the Carrying Water (CWP) Global LTD Kon Yosuke shortly after a meeting with the Secretary of State for Vocational Training and Employment (SEPFOPE), Alarico do Rosarion, and his delegation at the SEPFOPE Office Cai Coli Dili.

Kon Yosuke said that CWP Global LTD is one of the largest water infrastructure companies in Japan and CWP Global LTD, has also become a partner of the Japanese government through the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to supply autonomous water management in Japan and also several countries outside Japan, therefore CWP Global LTD intends to implement the project in Timor – Leste.

“We see Timor-Leste has overflow of water in the country, but communities in remote areas continue to experience water shortages so the country needs to improve water management, for that reason we wish to support Timor-Leste to provide independent water management in rural areas to ensure rural communities can have access to clean water,”

He explained that to work on this project they needed more human resources from Timor-Leste, saying, therefore, today they held a meeting with SEPFOPE to discuss cooperation between the two sides to facilitate training on water autonomy management before The project will be implemented in 2023.

“Our concept aims to contribute to the important development of Timor – Leste by taking the opportunity to support water infrastructure management in rural areas,” he said.

In turn, the Secretary of State for Training and Employment, Alarico do Rosario, on behalf of the Government thanked CWP Global LTD, for its commitment to work closely with SEFOPE to facilitate water management infrastructure training for Timorese youth.

So far a report from Water Aid revealed that 191,232 people do not have clean water. Lack of management in the water system can also lead to free open defections due to poor toilets and no access to clean water.

The report from Water Aid also reveals that 570,006 people or more than 40% of the population do not have decent toilets while around 44 children die every year due to diarrhea caused by dirty water and poor toilets.



Journalist : Camilio de Sousa

Editor: Nelia Borges


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