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Timor-Leste. Designing and Implementing PRS: The Timor-Leste Experience. LAUTEM. BAUCAU. DILI. LIQUICA. AILEU. MANATUTO. VIQUEQUE. ERMERA. BOBONARO. AINARO. MANUFAHI. COVALIMA. OECUSSI. Timor-Leste. 19,000 sq mtrs Approx 850,000 ppl. Timor-Leste.

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Timor-Leste

Designing and Implementing PRS:

The Timor-Leste Experience

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LAUTEM

BAUCAU

DILI

LIQUICA

AILEU

MANATUTO

VIQUEQUE

ERMERA

BOBONARO

AINARO

MANUFAHI

COVALIMA

OECUSSI

Timor-Leste

19,000 sq mtrs

Approx 850,000 ppl

timor leste
Timor-Leste
  • A quarter of occupation and conflict
  • Experienced social and economic upheaval after August 1999 Referendum
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Timor-Leste

  • Majority of the population displaced
  • Physical infrastructures destroyed and rendered inoperable
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Timor-Leste

Reconstruction began with support from UN, multilateral and bilateral agencies and NGOs

prior to 20 may 2002 timor leste confronted several key challenges
Prior to 20 May 2002, Timor-Leste confronted several key challenges
  • More than two in five are poor
  • Timor-Leste is an agrarian, largely subsistence economy
  • Productivity in most sectors is low, relying on traditional low-input and low-output technologies and practices.
  • Low human resource capacities
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Challenges . . .

  • Communication is complex due to many local languages and now Indonesian, Portuguese & English.
  • Women occupy subordinate positions
  • Private sector is very small and largely dependent on provision of goods and services to Government, donor or NGO
  • We have natural resources like oil and gas. However, this will only materialize in another 4 years. Meanwhile Timor-Leste relies on donor support
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A process-driven and Timorese-owned planning exercise prior to 20 May 2002 was adopted, addressing 4 major questions:

Where are we?

Where do we want to go?

How do we get there?

How do we measure our progress?

where are we
State of the Nation Report

Identified 9 challenges that Timor-Leste faces

National Poverty Assessment

Identified 41% of the population lives under the Poverty Line (US$0.55c per day)

National Human Development Report

Identified that Timor-Leste is 152th in 162 nations in terms of Human Development Index

Where are we?
where do we want to go
Timor-Leste 2020: our Nation, our Future

Countrywide consultation process >38,000 people’s aspirations

National Vision for 2020 formulated and

Development Priorities identified

Education

Health

Agriculture

Economy

Infrastructure, etc, etc

Where do we want to go?
how do we get there
How do we get there?

National Development Plan

  • 5-year development strategy - poverty reduction & promotion of equitable & sustainable economic growth
  • Directed to improve health, education and the general well-being of every Timorese
  • Focused on creating opportunities for economic participation of the poor
millennium development goals
Millennium Development Goals
  • As the newest independent country and the 191st member of the United Nations, we are pleased to see that MDGs are integral part of our NDP
  • In the process of subscribing to MDGs
  • About to submit our first MDG Report
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National Deveopment Plan
  • Serves as core of the national planning and budgeting process
  • Focus onPoverty Reduction and
  • Economic growth which is equitable and sustainable