• 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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Taurai on healthy food and communities

Opinion Piece | ADPP Angola Staff Is the food we eat everyday doing justice to our bodies, our families, communities and the country at large? I am Taurai Zvepasi, a Zimbabwean, aged 47, and I've bee ...

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

... girls in schools, how to avoid early pregnancy and early marriage, the health risks of early pregnancy to girls and their babies, strategies for getting low income families to send girls to school and ...

Reflecting on the importance of educating girls

... strategies for getting low income families to send girls to school and lastly the importance of having good latrines at primary schools. During the final hour, representatives of the 14 working groups ...

Women Entrepreneurs Luanda

... basics for establishing and running a successful enterprise. Information on health issues, women’s rights and other topics relevant to the well-being of the participants and their families is passed ...

Community Health Agents Uige

... strengthen links between the community and the health service. By September, 3,220 families were registered in Maquela while 15,362 people were met and talked to for the first time. The project informed ...

EPP Ramiro

...  awareness campaign in the neighborhood of Cateba, visiting 30 families to ask which preventative measures they adopted, and to explain about symptoms and treatment; the students made 15 interviews abou ...

World Malaria Day

... pregnant women get malaria often. I have been working with a field officer of the TCE Project in my area and he has made several visits to my house here and talked about how families can prevent malaria ...

Florinda vakujufeni, Comminity Health Agents Kunene

... 100 families she looks after live, finding an appropriate area to conduct the test is even more difficult. We reach the homestead of Florinda’s first family to be tested after 20 minutes walk in the burning ...

Candida Alcina, Community Health Agents Kunene

... nurse Candida manages to speak an explicit language. Trainees listen curiously although laughing in embarrassment. All pupils – and most of them are women, say they have support from their families. This ...

About ADPP Angola

... are built on four pillars: The conviction that education for all is the key to development. A community-based perspective that seeks to empower individuals, families and communities to make positive ...

Projects for Economic Development and Family Entrepreneurship

... at strengthening the local economy. The idea of these projects comes from the need to implement new ways of empowering families in the areas of agricultural production and in the processing or manufacturing ...

Family Farmers in Kunene on the road to food security

... the severe drought that forced many farmers to seek alternative sources of income for themselves and their families could not halt the project. Working in clubs of around 50 farmers each and supported ...

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Luanda CP 345
912 31 08 60
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