Executive Director of Tanaoba Lais Manekat Gereja Masehi Injili di Timor (TLM-GMIT), Rozali, said that there are many services done by TLM in several villages but unknown by society.
“for that reason, journalistic training is necessary for TLM staff so that our services in villages will be known by the society,” explained Rozali when opening the training in TLM Foundation Hall, Monday (28/1/2019).
The 2 day training is a collaboration between TLM Foundation and PT Timor Media Grafika (TMG)
Spokespersons in the first day of training are News Manager of Pos Kupang, Ferry Jahang and Production Manager, Alfons Nedabang.
The participants of the training are 26 staff of TLM Foundation, consist of headquarter staff and village facilitators who serve in several village of NTT.
According to Rozali, the facilitators who serve in Rote Ndao Regency have successfully grown dragon fruits in a area of 1 hectare, as well as the village facilitators in other village in NTT.
“Many people have tasted and enjoyed the dragon fruits but it is not widely known by society’” he added.
Rozali explained that, aside from dragon fruits, there are many unknown tourism objects in their assisted village because they have not been introduced to the public. (*)
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