26 February 2012

A young boy is playing football in the beach. Dili.

A fisherman is sleeping in the afternoon break

 

One of the audiences of intense cock-fight at one of the evenings.

Two cocks are getting ready for the fight.

 

One of the burnt houses at Dili. According to UNDP assessment about 3,119 houses were destroyed and 2,242 damaged at the 2006 unrest when many other properties are still illegally occupied, leaving an estimated 30,000 people homeless.

Celezina do Carmo Viera (27). became a victim from the political and military crisis of April 2006. Since then they are living in this camp as their own home is occupied by other people. At 2006 crisis, more than 150,000 people left their homes to IDP camps in Dili.

Carlota Gusmao (40), lost house at a fire set by unknown miscreants from his own neighbourhood. At 2006 crisis, more than 150,000 people left their homes to IDP camps in Dili.

On 25 July through an official programme The Polícia Nacional de Timor-Leste resumed primary responsibility for policy making in Manatuto District on 25 July where Prime Minister Kay Rala Xanana Gusmão was present as the chief guest. At the programme the army presents a guard of honour to the president. Manatuto is the third district where PNTL have resumed responsibility in a gradual process what began with the eastern part of Lautem on 14 May this year.

After the official resumption of The Polícia Nacional de Timor-Leste in Manatuto District on 25 July, Prime Minister Kay Rala Xanana Gusmão celebrating the occasion. Manatuto is the third district where PNTL have resumed responsibility in a gradual process what began with the eastern district of Lautem on 14 May this year.

 

A view of destroyed building in the 2006, Dili. According to UNDP assessment about 3,119 houses were destroyed and 2,242 damaged at the 2006 unrest when many other properties are still illegally occupied, leaving an estimated 30,000 people homeless.