• 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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Empowering <span class="highlight">girls</span>

The focus of the project is getting more girls to attend and complete primary school, thus helping the Government achieve the Sustainable Development Goal of free, equitable and quality primary education. ...

EPP/Children’s School Huambo

...  especially among young people. The matches were held at Camama football field in Calundo, where EPP boys lost 1-3 to Calundo, and the girls lost 0-10 to Jóisse. Building weekends: students and teacher ...

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 ...

EPF Londuimbali

...  aspects of the life of the people they met. With both the practical preparation and the theoretical studies completed, the students have just embarked on their study trip. As start up of the “girl ...

EPF Kuanda Kubango

...  and  they  form  part  of  the  teaching councils of the different schools. At least 2,272 pupils, 1,057 of whom are girls, are benefiting from their presence, albeit in classes ranging from 10 or fewe ...

EPP Kwanza Norte

...  places. Month of the Woman: During Women’s Month, the students held a debate about teenage pregnancy, involving girls from the school and from the neighboring community. They also took part in awarenes ...

EPP Benguela

...  the girls from 7th and 8th Grade. Women’s Month: The month of March served to discuss and debate numerous themes from teenage pregnancy, how to say no to men, sexuality, and women’s rights. There wer ...

EPF Kwanza Sul

...  classes, school vegetable gardens, boys’ and girls’ clubs and health actions. The team consists of 95 students, 59 male and 36 female. This is the second year of training, under the headline of Anothe ...

EPF Kwanza Norte

... e also special sporting events for girls’ teams and a talk promoted by World Health Organization. 4 February, Armed Struggle Day, was among other special days celebrated. Tree planting: the school plant ...

EPF Huambo

...  the school and specially the planted fruit trees from bush fires.   Girls in School Project Team 2015 has a special task, which is strengthening the education of girls. In March 2016, each core grou ...

EPF Caxito

...  clubs  for  the younger children who want to play but have no other club to join. Some of the female trainees have set up girls’ clubs, where the girls explain about the difficulties they face trying t ...


...  areas, giving talks, organizing Show Time, helping girls stay in school, and so forth. There was a good relationship with the class teachers, who were mobilized to assist the pedagogical development o ...

EPF Benguela

...  the lives of thousands of people. Simply ensuring the permanence of young girls at rural primary schools, and giving them lessons of quality, is making a difference in many of the more remote communities ...

ADPP Angola supports education in Angola

... the quality of education on offer. In order to ensure effective outcomes, children and young people have to be supported from an early age and throughout their education, while girls, children with disabilities ...

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Luanda CP 345
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Happy Women's Month!


Here you can meet some of the many women of ADPP: students, project leaders, school directors, teachers, farmers and community health agents who work to build the capacity of women, of communities and of the whole country.

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