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NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF EAST TIMOR LIBRARY PROJECT  
The East Timorese people overwhelmingly regard education to be the most important priority in the development of their shattered country.Three months before the National University of Timor Lorosae opened on the 27th of November 2000 there was no library, no library staff and no resources.

UNIVERSIDADE DA PAZ TIMOR LESTE  
One of the major impacts of the conflict in Timor-Leste during 2006 was massive population displacement in Dili and surrounding areas. Up to 150,000 people were forced from their homes to live in IDP camps, with relatives, in churches or in schools. Alongside insecurity and population displacement was significant disruption to essential services including health.





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