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(Tetum) Seeds of Life (SoL) has brought together some of its best data sources to bring you the map, “Soils of Timor-Leste, 2015”.

The map has been produced in English and Tetun at high and medium resolution for free download and print. It was designed to be printed at A0 paper size but can also be read (just) at A3 at high and medium resolution to suit your needs. It stores in SoL Google Drive that can be accessed without login. (more…)

(Tetum) Now is the time for all registered Commercial Seed Producers (CSP) across the country to submit their application for a seed production Annual Permit to the Seed Department of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (MAF).

The Annual Permit is issued under the Guidelines of the National Seed System for Released Varieties (NSSRV) and applies to all officially released varieties (e.g. Sele, Noi Mutin and Nai varieties of maize, Nakroma variety of rice and Utamua variety of peanut). The Annual Permit is only issued to those CSP that are officially registered as CSP by MAF Seed Department. (more…)

Mapa nasional ba rai ne'e sei hasai iha tempu badak hodi bele download no print

Soil map presented at Soil Conference

On August 13, 2015, in Climate Change, English, by Yessy Betty

(Tetum) Soil is the foundation of agriculture and 2015 is the International Year of Soil.  Seeds of Life (SoL) took part in the Soil Conference organized by Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in Dili, Timor-Leste on end of July to raise awareness on soil issues in agriculture. (more…)

(Tetum) Seeds of Life (SoL) has begun piloting a Men’s Health Program (MHP) with some of MAF-SoL’s community and commercial seed production groups in the western municipality of Ermera as well as in four sucos in Raumoco watershed in the eastern municipality of Lautem that are already piloting participatory village development.