Based on the previous report on the program of village advocacy that TLM set out targets to establish District Level FORKOMDES (Village Heads’ Communication Forum), in every district of TLM service areas which are in Kupang Regency, South East Timor Regency, Rote Ndao Regency and East Sumba Regency. These activities were conducted in order to strengthen the capacity of village heads at the district level in planning, implementing and evaluating development in accordance with Village Law and also to provide for them a community to share each other among village heads about the issues that they are facing.
Yayasan Tanaoba Lais Manekat (YTLM) on 15-17 May 2017, conducting Training and Discussion of Implementation of Act number 6 of 2014 or known as the Village Law. The event was held in YTLM Hall Jl. Ahmad Yani no. 43 Oeba, inviting 36 village heads from 4 districts, each Kupang district, Rote Ndao, South Central Timor (TTS) and East Sumba. The event featured speakers Mr. Yusuf Murtiono, Chairman of the Presidium of the Kebumen Civil Society Forum (FORMASI) who has successfully implemented village ...Read More
in Rote Ndao Regency, Tanaoba Lais Manekat Foundation running the Training and Discussion of The Implementation of Law Number 6 Year 2014 on Village and FORKOMDES at regency level for two days (28 – 29 September 2017), base upon coordination among : Rote Ndao Regency Government (Rote Ndao Village Community Empowerment Agency), TLM Foundation Kupang, SADAR Foundation and Village Government. The activity held in Bumi Ti’i Langga Auditorium and attended by 112 village heads and village off...Read More
Training and discussion conducted in TTS Regency was opened by The head of BPMD (Village Community Empowerment Agency), Mr. Okto Nabuasa. In his speech, Okto confirmed that village officials should be fully ready to manage village fund for village interests, to build a good coordination with other institutions so there will be no deviation that will brings them to the court. The participants of the activity were 100 people from invited village. This is the first time TLM conducted this activit...Read More