• 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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Reflections on Pan-Africanism in teacher training

... in rural areas in 2016. "The African population is mostly young and consequently needs teachers. What is needed however in not just any teacher, but that particular teacher who is ready to help the communit ...

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

... Vice Administrator for the Municipality of Huambo who, during the opening session, thanked ADPP for the important teacher-training program that prepared graduate teachers to assume teaching in rural areas ...

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 ...

Farmers’ Club Kuando Kubango

... sustainable methods. EPF Kuando Kubango remains connected to the project, with trainee teachers carrying out micro projects in communities around the rural schools where they spend their final year undertaking ...

Empowering girls

... They are thus ideally situated to implement the project, and will be able to use the experience gained when on long-term teaching practice at rural schools in their final year. Not that gender is a new ...

EPP/Children’s School Huambo

...  of the first semester of 2016 was work experience, which began on 28 March.  Working in their trios, the students were assigned places at ADRA (Action for Rural and Environmental Development), DW (Developmen ...


The overall objective of ADPP’s literacy campaign is to contribute to combatting hunger and poverty, contribute to to the active participation of community members  in integrated rural development.  For ...

Girls’ empowerment project in five provinces

Girls’ empowerment project in five provinces   In 2016, ADPP is implementing a girls’ empowerment project in five provinces- Bengo, Huambo, Bie, Uige and Benguela. The specific project aims to increase ...

Spotlight: EPF Kuando Kubango

... annual intake of 90 students means hundreds of local primary pupils and thousands of pupils in rural communities are benefiting from the presence at their schools of trainees from EPF 2nd and 3rd Year ...

Farmers' Club Kwanza Sul

... about the prevention and treatment of the disease. Among the elements to be developed are pass-on loan systems, the building of a rural warehouse, the organization of the sale of surplus produce including ...

About Humana People to People

... and project leaders placed in rural areas, they are part of the everyday life of the people in the projects and are also part of finding sustainable solutions. The projects and members of the Federation ...

Education and Inclusion

... education for vulnerable people: from running street children’s schools during the war, to providing solid academic and technical education in rural areas, ADPP has been privileged to provide education ...

Family Farmers in Kunene on the road to food security

... to the success of the Farmers’ Club.   No one is in any doubt that rural development needs time. The continuation of the Farmers’ Club project will go a long way to reduce the wait.          ...

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Luanda CP 345
912 31 08 60
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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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