Building capacity for the provision of quality medical care in Timor-Leste takes time, so we ask you consider becoming a BPC Guardian with a monthly donation.

With regular donations we can continue to treat, care, train, collaborate and educate to bring better health outcomes for the people of the poorest nation in our region. You can become a patron of BPC by making a tax-deductible gift of two dollars or more a month to give us the stability we need to be effective.

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"BPC is an Action on Poverty Partner of AFAP, which enables us to offer tax deductibility to our donors. AFAP and BPC work in collaboration with local communities to deliver development initiatives overseas. AFAP is committed to supporting effective development programs overseas and closely monitors all the work BPC undertakes. Thanks to AFAP’s endorsed DGR status by the Australian Tax Office, any donations to BPC made through AFAP are tax deductible. AFAP allows donated property to be used only for benevolent activities. Whilst AFAP will endeavour to comply with the wishes of the donor, AFAP retains a discretion at all times whether or not to distribute donated property in accordance with the preferences expressed by the donor."


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Donate to the Bairo Pite Clinic Program

At Bairo Pite Clinic (BPC), we are committed to bringing effective health care to poor and vulnerable people in Timor-Leste (East Timor). Timor-Leste is only 450 km from Australia.

BPC was started by Dr Dan Murphy, an Irish American Doctor, who arrived in 1998 and continues to work there every day of the year. There are 55 in-patient beds, an extensive out-patient consulting service for approximately 200 people a day.

Over the past five years the BPC has achieved amazing things:

  • Treated 70,000 children, women and men as outpatients each year.
  • Cared for up to 2,000 inpatients every year.
  • Nurses, healthcare assistants, and Community Birth Assistants.
  • Diagnosed and treated one third of all TB inflicted patients in Timor Leste.
  • Helped mothers and children survive child birth.
  • Ran effective, HIV diagnosis, counselling and treatment program.
  • Our mobile clinics visited outlying communities offer essential health care to these people.