Timor-Leste's weaving centres - EoI CLOSED

Since calling for expressions of interest from registered practices and/or practitioners to the proposed two weaving centres in two villages in Timor Leste, we have received overwhelming response! We take this opportunity to say thank you for your support.

The Design Brief can still be viewd by clicking on the image above.

Culture House, Timor Leste
photo courtesy: Alternative Technology Association

Our client, East Timor Women Australia (ETWA) is a Melbourne based, not for profit organisation and run by volunteers. Please come back for more updates on the project.
To see our previous post regarding information on this project, click here.


Thank You and Season's Greetings

We take this opportunity to say Thank You and acknowledge to all those who have been supporting, contributing and participating at various levels and stages in our probono service in the past year.

We wish to acknowledge the generous support to all our clients, business members, members, and and consistent hard work of the service providers and the probono team, in the following projects,

Brad Hooper (director of Brad Hooper Architect) and Brookes Thorne (interior Designer & Lecturer at Swinburne University), service prodier of Laverton Community Centre and Neighborhood House,

Julia Mardjuki, Fitzroy Learning Network,proposed kitchen extension

Deborah Salvagno, coordinator of East Timor Women Association - proposed weaving centres in Timor Leste

Rita McMillan and David Mazzotta, Craigieburn Education & Community Centre

in Rebuilding Bush Fire affected communities - thanks to the probono team, members expressed interest in contributing to the rebuilding process, and all those took part in the exhibition in Words@ Bldg50 in Nov 2009

and many thanks to our business members for their continuous support in probono services.

Merry Christmas to all of you, we wish you all a fruitful and peaceful 2010.

the probono team