Agribusiness and Water for Better Life Timor-LesteDonate Now
In the Tetun language, Agronegsio no Bee ba Moris Diak (ABMD) means Agribusiness and Water for Better Life. The AMBD Project in Timor-Leste is supporting households in fifteen villages in the Los Palos district. The project is working with farmers to improve food security and increase their access to clean water. Farmers receive training to identify gaps in the market so they can grow and sell crops that are in high demand, providing consistent income. The project also provides farmers and their families with access to a reliable water source for drinking, washing, and watering crops.
This project is supported by the Australian Government through the Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP).
50% of children in Timor Leste are stunted due to poor nutrition
54% of people live without adequate sanitation
3 out of 4 workers rely on agriculture for income