Australian Embassy celebrates International women’s Day theme “future innovation equal for gender,”

Australian Embassy celebrates International women’s Day theme “future innovation equal for gender,”

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DILI, 7 march 2023 (TATOLI)- Australian Embassy in Timor-Leste celebrates women’s international day theme ” Future innovation equal for gender,” this celebration involved the potential women to share experiences of the impact of using the technology platforms.

The Ambassador of Australia for Timor-Leste, Bill Costello said that International women’s day is a global event and whole countries around the world seek to promote women of gender equality. This event reflects on women and technology.

“We are promoting women to use technology to advance their life for the contribution to community and society. Australia is proud to work with Timorese partner to put on this event today and highlighted women and technology,” The Ambassador of Australia in Timor-Leste, Bill Costello told journalists in Hotel Timor, this Tuesday

He added that the event to showcases very talented Timorese women using technology platforms which will be more beneficial for giving big change in life.

“Australia promotes Timorese penitential on the use of technology tools to work and bring the big change in their carries to ensure gender equality in their lifetime,” He stressed

Meanwhile, Minister of MSSI, Armanda Berta said technology is essential for women’s living worldwide. Timorese women are also required to use technology platforms to ensure effectiveness and efficacy in service attendance.

“We are currently using technology platform on implementing Bolsa Da Mãe Jerasaun Foun program for pregnant women and children,’’ She explained

Berta said for this program, requires the utilization of Technology to help women can be accessed information and helping Timorese women to run businesses, that can respond to family income and contribute to economic development.

A Timorese Singer Artist, Maria Victoria said technology is vital tolls, especially in the development of women’s carries to be professional singers.

“I use technology to develop my carrier in singing. I use YouTube platform to practice singing, and it gives positive progress,’’ She said

It is known that this event is organized by the Australian Embassy in coordination with the Asian Foundation (TAF) through the Nabilan program and others.

The event was participated by over 100 participants.



Journalist: José Belarmino De Sá

Editor: Nelia B.


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