For A Debt Free East Timor
East Timorese Critique Western Notions of Economic Development
The island nation of East Timor is the poorest country in Asia. Yet it's
received some $4-billion in international assistance, since the Indonesian
military left it in ruins in late 1999. Now, as the government formulates
major economic policies, East Timorese groups are critiquing western notions
of economic development. Diane Farsetta reports.
TAKE ACTION: The
World’s Newest Country Must Start Debt-Free!
Joint Statement of East Timorese
and International NGOs To Dili Donors Conference (5/14-15/02)
way forward: E Timor Budget Gaps (5/14
Campaigners Seek to Keep Timor Debt Free
in East Timor Sustaining momentum in a fragile environment (5/10/
Timor deserves a clean slate (5/9
Dili's bubble to burst as foreigners pull out
Members of Congress Call for
Debt-Free East Timor (5/2
U.S. NGOs to Powell on Debt-free East Timor
Statement by Bishop Belo to International Donors
ETAN to Bush: "Put Your Money Where
Your Mouth Is," Calls for a Debt-Free East Timor (3/21
La'o Hamutuk: Can the Rule of Law Prevail?
Will Pressure from UNHQ Force East Timor to Forgo Needed Tax Revenue.
Human Development Report - Ukan rasik a'an - East Timor - the way ahead
Statement of East Timorese and International NGOs To Dili Donors’ Conference
(Dili, 14-15 May 2002)
ETPE – Ministry of Finance: The East Timor Combined Sources Budget
ETPA – Planning Commission: Draft National Development Plan Part
Links to material from
East Timor Donors/Development Partners Conferences
See also Jubilee USA