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Target Information

Goal: Public Sector Management
Objective: Public buildings

Target: G040104 - MSS offices building


Deadline: 31-12-2012

Target: 100.00 Percentage

Actual: 100.00 Percentage



Construction of MSS office building

Fund: Infrastructure Fund

Institution: Min Social Solidarity , Minister for Social Solidarity

Location: Dili , All Subdistricts , All Villages

Sector: Institutional Framework , Public Sector Management

Age: All ages

Gender: Males and Females

The project main objective is to construct the New Offce Building of the Ministry of Social Solidarity by this year, which is expected to cost US$1.000.000,00, as a result of the building construction the final aim is to attract and retain Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and promote domestic investment, either separately or throught joint venture arrangements.

After the project is implemented it will provide significant improvement to the government which can provide adequate facilities infrastructure to be able for public services, especially to serve community. This project is priority implementation as it was budgeted rnultiyear and started in 2011 and procurement process was completed in 2010.  Therefore it is expected to be completed in this year in order to provide benefit citizens providing job and to be up to date in budget planning.
The project will provide in arround more than 100 job positions for Timor Leste Citizens, it also will is aimed to enhance industry and business capability in Timor Leste and Supporting small to medium size Timor Leste companies



MSS offices building
MSS offices building

Physical vs Financial Progress

Physical Progress
Base Line 0 0%
Actual 100 100%
Target 100 100%

Financial Progress

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