HELP CHANGE THE HEALTH OF A NATION, MAKE A DONATION
Bairo Pite Clinic is recognised as the most trusted provider of free healthcare in Timor- Leste.
The vital services provided are solely dependent on your donations – we can’t do it without your gracious support!
We currently have
of our 2016 target of $10,000 per month
Please consider becoming a Guardian of the Bairo Foundation with a recurring donation.
Please note donations made through this form are not tax-deductible in any region.
5 Tax deductable ways to donate
Become a guardian
Make a tax-deductible donation options through our partners:
Once off donation
For Australians, we can take your tax-deductible donation over the phone via our partner ACTION on POVERTY, simply call
02 9906 3792
Bairo Pite Clinic in Dili Account Name: Bairo Pite Clinic Bank: ANZ Bank Bank Address: Level 3, Timor Plaza, Rua Presidente Nicolau Lobato, Comoro, Dili. East Timor Account Name: Bairo Pite Clinic Clinic Address: Bairo Pite, Dili. East Timor BSB: 018 950 Bank Account #: 107476 SWIFT CODE: ANZBTLDI IBAN #: TL380030000000010747609
For 16 years, the Bairo Pite Clinic has advanced the vision of enabling free and critical healthcare to the people of Timor Leste.
Our longstanding commitment and the deep expertise of our local staff has established us as a trusted partner in the region with a proven track record of effecting change. We bring together individuals and institutions to address the severe health issues facing Timor Leste today.
- One of the highest rates of women dying from pregnancy and childbirth in Asia.
- More than 45 per cent of children are underweight for their age especially those living in rural areas.
- Limited access to clean water and basic sanitation contributes to the spread of infectious diseases such as diarrhoea, which can be fatal.
- Malaria is highly endemic in all districts with the highest morbidity and mortality rates reported in children.
- Tuberculosis (TB) is a major public health problem with an estimated 8,000 active TB cases nationally.
- Infectious disease, low utilisation of skilled assistance for antenatal and poor reproductive health are the most common causes of infant mortality.
- Sexually transmitted infections (STI) are common in sexually active age groups, mostly in Dili and Baucau districts.
- Life expectancy is low at around 62 years.
- HIV management