• ADPP Angola is celebrating 30 years of active involvement in development work with communities throughout the country

  • ADPP Angola operates 48 projects in 17 provinces in education, community health, agriculture and rural development

  • ADPP runs 15 teacher trainig schools with the Ministry of Education and has graduated 9644 primary school teachers since 1998

  • ADPP has 900 employees, 4000 volunteers and 1000 students in teaching practice in 92 municipalities, reaching 700,000 people annually

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Schools-based malaria model

... correct information. Children are easily motivated to pass information on through song, theatre, games: suitable methods in communities with limited literacy. Health Authorities ensure the teachers ...

Health System Strengthening

... end in mid 2018. In the first year of operation, the project succeeded in increasing the number of attendances at maternity units, the number of people being tested for HIV or TB, and the number of children ...

Malaria Track Record

... 185,600 LLITN to 311,635 people “Community Control of Malaria” Zaire (2008 to 2011) 231 Malaria Control teachers from 200 schools in Zaire were trained. Under their supervision, 10,500 schoolchildren ...

MALARIA WEEK AT ADPP´S PROJECTS IN ANGOLA

... in 2015. • Children under 5 are the most vulnerable to Malaria. The disease kills one child every two minutes. • 15 countries - all but one in sub-Saharan Africa – bear the brunt of the global malaria ...

MALARIA WEEK 2018 AT ADPP'S PROJECTS IN ANGOLA

... in 2015. • Children under 5 are the most vulnerable to Malaria. The disease kills one child every two minutes. • 15 countries - all but one in sub-Saharan Africa – bear the brunt of the global malaria ...

Teacher training: Learning to travel and travelling to learn

...  who met at TTS Zaire, encountered young children selling wares at crossroads, high levels of pregnancy among girls living near an army barracks, and young girls marrying transitory Brasilian roadworker ...

Trainee teachers in Luanda share their experiences

...  in my 2nd year of teacher training, I completed my teaching practice at Primary School 2068 in Ramiros. There, we found children with a variety of disabilities, such as physical deficiency of upper o ...

EPP Caxito students talking about their professions

... crowd then sang the Portuguese “Happy Birthday” song in honour of all African children. See a clip from the event here: https://youtu.be/twIY1bqU-qo
An energy assistant explaining about different kinds of energy

An energy assistant explaining about different kinds of energy

A cook assistant student explaining how she baked her cake

A cook assistant student explaining how she baked her cake

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Angolan themes

...  guests participated, mainly students' families, as well as a Soba, representatives of schools and universities, students from the neighbouring Frontline Institute, EPP Huambo and the Children's Town. T ...

Day for Reflexion about Education of Girls at EPF Huambo

... The national TV station and two radio stations conducted interviews. From Quissala, came teachers and students from EPP Huambo, Children’s Town Huambo and Frontline Institute. During the opening session, ...

Reflecting on the importance of educating girls

... students from two universities and from three secondary schools. The national TV station and two radio stations conducted interviews. From Quissala, came teachers and students from EPP Huambo, Children’s ...

Women in Action, Caxito

The project is designed to improve skills and knowledge among women who have few opportunities to create a better life for themselves and their children. It is being implemented in Caxito Municipality, ...

EPP Ramiro

...  School number 14, each composed of 3 class-mates, about the role of children in society, and People’s Exams, where the students explained what they had been doing and learning. 7th  Grade continued t ...

Teacher Training School ADPP Lunda Sul

...  never mind an ADPP trainee. The presence of Team 2016 is having an important impact on the education of rural children and on their daily life. The micro projects being implemented are benefiting the communit ...

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