Disaster strikes for the program

Out Troopie in 2012 on the way to Letefoho
Out Troopie in 2012 on the way to Letefoho
The roads are bad in Timor Leste, especially outside of Dili. Rough. Hard on vehicles (and their drivers). This year, the program’s vehicle, a Toyota Troop Carrier, finally succumbed to the pressures of being driven to remote villages in TL and kicked the bucket – AGAIN. Over the past couple of years, the ‘Troopie’ has become exponentially more expensive to repair. Now we are faced with the grim fact that we need a new – secondhand – one. With the majority of our work being in remote and rural locations, a vehicle that can carry all our equipment is essential. PLEASE HELP US TO RAISE $25 000 by next February so we can continue our work!
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