• 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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Introduction to School-based Projects

... house-to-house instruction on the correct use of a mosquito net, or work to make people aware of how to avoid mosquito bites.  Nutrition clubs might take part in and then replicate cooking demonstrations, ...

Farmers’ Club Calandula

ADPP has been managing an Agricultural Training Center in Calandula, Malange since mid-2016. The project comprises an Agricultural School that functions as a resource center, 10 farmers’ clubs working ...

Farmers’ Club Cabinda

... new knowledge, techniques and technology introduced at club members’ farms and club fields. The 20 club committees assumed responsibility for maintaining the clubs, continuing and developing activities ...

Farmers’ Club Kuando Kubango

... 20 Farmers Clubs. Over the course of the project, the farmers learned and adopted modern conservation agriculture techniques, improved access to water for their fields and homes, increased production of ...

Empowering girls

... Results so far include the development of five training programs, dealing with gender equality and equity, sexual and reproductive health, youth clubs, girls’ rights and community mobilization. 571 students ...

Alphabetization

... this reason, ADPP seeks to integrate literacy training in as many projects as possible. In 2015, a range of partners made it possible to provide literacy training integrated into Farmers’ Clubs in Kuando ...

Farmers’ Club Kwanza Sul and Kwanza Norte

Farmers’ Club Kwanza Sul and Kwanza Norte   Farmers’ Club Kwanza Sul and Kwanza Norte are projects which organise and train family farmers, helping them transition from being subsistence farmers to ...

Mr. Jacinto, Farmers' Club Kunene

... to club activities and always want to learn more. After the project leaders observed him for a period of four months they thought of employing him to train other farmers about Farmers Clubs because there ...

Farmers' Club Kwanza Sul

... addition of 250 members in five new clubs. Collaboration with agrarian organizations IDA, EDA and Quibala Municipal Department of Agriculture is strong and bodes well for the future, when the clubs themselves ...

Education and Inclusion

... people, to community projects and Farmers’ Clubs as well as national staff. During the seminar, they will look at what a disability is, why and how to integrate people with disabilities into activities, ...

Family Farmers in Kunene on the road to food security

... rope pumps produced and installed, model fields established, living fences planted, firewood saving stoves constructed, latrines built and agricultural training sessions held for all 20 Clubs and their ...

EU 40 primary schools project

... workshops. Group work, theme days and weeks and extra-curricular activities are being promoted; girls clubs are being established; water and sanitation at the schools is being improved and the greater ...

Water & Sanitation Benguela

... clubs 242 drink clean water campaigns 100 PTAs active in improving sanitation 26 improved toilet facilities at schools 100 schools with hand washing facilities 8 schools with improved water points 187 ...

Humana NL support education and training in Angola

... Humana NL is committed to addressing this problem by supporting a farmers’ clubs project in the province of Bengo. The project started in late 2012 with an initial goal of some 750 farmers organised in ...

EPF Londuimbali

...  latrines, establishing youth clubs, giving literacy classes, producing food in vegetable gardens and improving basic sanitation. The host communities welcome these initiatives, where the trainees pla ...

EPF Kuanda Kubango

...  They are also implementing micro projects, with and  for  communities  around  the  schools.  Projects  to  date  include  latrine building, literacy classes, sports clubs, vegetable gardens, girls’ clubs ...

Farmers’ Club Kwanza Norte

Farmers’ Club Kwanza Norte was launched in July 2015, targeting 1,500 mainly female farmers. Key elements include organization in clubs, skills training and capacity building in the field of agriculture, ...

EPF Uige

... working. 60 micro projects undertaken, ranging from vegetable gardens, youth clubs, and literacy training, to tree planting, small-scale farming, health and hygiene, construction of classrooms and teachers’ ...
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