• 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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EPP Benguela - Food Producer

... natural pesticide and organic insecticide for healthier agriculture.  With regard to the regular school subjects, I got by in pretty well everything of a practical and academic nature except for mathematics. ...

Focus on Angola

... of Industry and under the management of Dr. Miguel Tchipangulula. Daily activities began with a wake up call at 6am, which was followed by an hour of exercise and sport to keep everyone fit and healthy, ...

Launch of ADPP's Annual Report 2016

... with the thousands of people whose lives were being transformed through projects in the fields of education, community health, agriculture, and rural and economic development. The Annual Report demonstrates ...

Day for Reflexion about Education of Girls at EPF Huambo

... and to work for the education for girls. The other guests were teachers from primary schools, technicians from health clinics, teachers and students from two universities and from three secondary schools. ...

Reflecting on the importance of educating girls

... prepared graduate teachers to assume teaching in rural areas and to work for the education for girls. The other guests were teachers from primary schools, technicians from health clinics, teachers and ...

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 ...

Women in Action, Caxito

... and in sexual and reproductive health also form part of the project, helping the women make decisions that affect their own well-being and that of their family. In November 2016, the first 22 participants ...

Introduction to School-based Projects

ADPP draws on its extensive experience in the educational sector as an effective means of promoting community health.  The basic concept is that 5 or more teachers from a number of local schools (often ...

Farmers’ Club Calandula

... part of 2016, as was health education, which concentrated on malaria to coincide with the onset of the rainy season. Irrigation systems are being established at model fields, and varieties of beans, corn, ...

Farmers’ Club Cabinda

... many improvements and changes were made in terms of agricultural practices, crops grown, attitudes towards work and cooperation, health, nutrition and sanitation and, of considerable significance for those ...

Farmers’ Club Kuando Kubango

... teaching practice. The micro projects are aimed at improving health and well-being through nutrition education, vegetable gardens and tree planting.  ...

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 ...

Community <span class="highlight">health</span> Agents Uige

Community Health Agents Uige is a project aimed at promoting community control of malaria, HIV and TB in Maquela do Zombe, Uige. The project aims to reach 30.000 people directly, through household visits ...

EPP/Children’s School Huambo

...  Actions:  EPP Huambo was invited by Unitel to attend a stand at the 2nd  Health Fair at Huambo Polytechnic. The theme of the stand was “Stop Malaria  Together,” and  25  Information  and  Media  students ...

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ADPP Angola
Rua João de Barros 28
Luanda CP 345
912 31 08 60
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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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