Timor-Leste National Commission for UNESCO (TLNCU) works with the Ministry of Education and the Secretary of State for Arts and Culture to confirm and validate the data of the sacred house in four Village (4), Ahik, Dilor, Laline and Uma-Tolu administrative posts of the Municipality of Viqueque.
Through the Culture Division (TLNCU) team the data were collected the total provisioning of the sacred house. The data was collected directly for the data of the sacred house in four Village (4) the post was not completed in the municipality of Viqueque. The cultural team (TLNCU) took the data of the sacred house in the field through the cooperation of the Village Chiefs, sub-village Chiefs, Lia Nain and the community, the confirmation of the data to confirm whether the owner of the sacred house was correct and the name of the sacred house was collected as a key as the team took it in the field.
In this activity Mr. Administrator of the post did not say that the programme was not just going to this day but was going through the last 2 years to identify how many sacred houses were in the post, today we hear the results of the culture team (TLNCU) to know exactly how many traditional houses have been in the data and how many have not yet been in the data next year the couple have completed the data and we will know how many traditional houses that have used materials such as duet or modern use such as the syllables. I thank you and thank you to the Timor-Leste National Commission for Timor-Leste for making a programme for the use of materials such as duet or modern materials such as the syllables.
The purpose of the validation of this sacred house data is to carry out confirmation of the data for the validation of the sacred house in the Lakluta administrative post which is completed by the citizen. The presentation was also intended to clarify the accuracy of the Village Chiefs, Sub-Village Chiefs, Lia Nain and the Community who participated in the completion of the data on the validation of sacred house in the Lautem administrative post.
The activities were attended by the Administrators of the Lakluta Post, the Police Exquadre of the Lakluta Post, the village chiefs, sub-village chiefs and the communities which took place in the park of Santo Antonio Lakluta and were provided with financial support from the Ministry of Education and UNESCO of Paris through the services of TLNCU and the Secretary of State for Arts and Culture.