Timor-Leste (Chair)Until recently, the history of Timor-Leste had been marked by civil war and violence resulting in high levels of poverty and insecurity. However, since independence in 2002 the country has made strides in security and development demonstrating the potential of fragile states when individual country context as the starting point.
Central to Timor-Leste’s success has been the revenue generated from offshore oil and gas deposits and national defined development priorities, which have been identified through the National Priorities Process (NPP). The NPP has encouraged dialogue between the government and development partners resulting in agreed priorities that meet the needs and concerns of all stakeholders. On the basis of this collaboration Timor-Leste has achieved unprecedented growth, including a 9% decrease in poverty, double-digit economic growth and vast improvements in health and education sectors. Additionally, the country has encouraged transparency in administering oil revenue by becoming one of eleven fully compliant countries in the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative.
As in any emerging fragile state, Timor-Leste still faces uncertainty that threatens stability and future development. In 2012 UNMIT is scheduled to draw down its mission, the country is scheduled to hold elections in 2012 and continuing issues of aid distribution persist. However, as the country continues to coordinate with donors in focusing on National Priorities, pursuing transparency and focusing on aid effectiveness, Timor-Leste’s future trajectory is looking positive.
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On G7+ event FSG's pro-point for the discussion group on job Creation. the main's of job creation's who will create the Job? like Public Institutions or Company. but creation job our need to clear like creators, how about salary, that's all FSG's think both side should be based on ILO (International Labour Organization) Criteria or standard.Laka said.