Indo-Pacific Program was created by the United State President, Donald Trump, accompanied with the Prime Minister of India, Narenda Modi, on 6th of June 2017. The program focuses largely on all the 24 countries within Indian Ocean and Pacific Ocean, particularly the small islands. In 2019, Paeraravong and Dircia Belo were the first Timorese youths delegates to participate in ALLI (Advancing Long-term Initiative) exchange program in Tokyo. As the result, they conducted a seminatr on 15th August 2020 with the theme INPAC TIMOR: Lideransa no Oportunidade ba foinsa’e. The seminar was hosted at KJFL and participated by TYIFD volunteers, TYIFD beneficiaries, and volunteers from 3R organization.
The workshop aimed to provide leadership training to the participants and sharing information associated with national and international opportunities. In addition, all the participants were so excited and motivated as the guest speakers were very experienced and the topics they presented were very interesting which encourage them to be leader in the future.
The guest speakers were: Paerara Vong, Dircia Belo, Nelania Sarmento, Juvelino Sequeira, Maria Guterres, João Maria Tapel, Luvima Pereira, Grace Vong, Ghezio and team, Leão and team, Filteda team. The topic included Indo-pacific identity, Sharing Opportunities, Project Management, Networking Skill, Leadership and Management, Innovation Challenge, 3R & Ecobricks and Theater influence people behavior. After the workshop, all the participants and guest speakers had a field trip to Arte Moris. After a month a month, TYIFD coordinated with CVTL organizing the same workshop in CVTL Baucau, on September 19th 2020. After the workshop, they continued with a field trip to Filteda Baucau.