• 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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Launch of ADPP's Annual Report 2016

... across 92 municipalities were being taught by final year trainees. The pages that follow explain more about each teacher training schools, and about the innovative programs being implemented to meet the ...

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 ...

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 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

... ADPP’s Schools of the Teachers of the Future (EPFs) in Uige, Caxito, Bié, Huambo, Benguela and Londuimbali were selected to research the situation, and to run programs at 45 primary schools. 571 students ...

Community Health Agents Uige

... and community activities by 50 Community Health Agents lessons and outreach activities at 20 schools. The project was officially launched on the 14th of July 2016, at a ceremony attended by approximately ...

Road Traffic Safety

... and in-service teacher training and the involvement of primary schools  ...

EPP Ramiro

...  continued to study the subjects in the national curriculum for lower secondary schools. The 84 students in 9th Grade are divided between the three professions as follows: Food Producer: 25 students ...

TCE Zaire: promoting community control of malaria, HIV and TB

... a schools-based mobilization program. Teachers at 100 schools have been trained to give lessons on malaria, HIV and TB, and they organize Malaria Control Committees and Patrols at their schools. Students ...

Girls’ empowerment project in five provinces

... the number of girls in primary school in 45 targeted communities in 5 provinces.500 trainee teachers from the Schools for the Teachers of the Future have been trained on a whole range of issues which impact ...

Spotlight: Supporting professions in the 9th grade

Spotlight: Supporting professions in the 9th grade   The Africa Innovation Fund is supporting 9th Grade at the EPP schools to ensure quality training and practical school-to-work preparation of the students. ...

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 ...

World Malaria Day

... program as this reduces absentism in schools. At Kimpondo School, we participated and took part in fighting malaria with TCE Malaria school program. Our school has been the most active school participating ...

Mr. Jacinto, Farmers' Club Kunene

... was potential in him . “I went school until grade 10 and I want to continue with my education, but they always tell me that there is no space in the schools I visit” explained Mr. Jacinto looking very ...

Candida Alcina, Community Health Agents Kunene

... give HIV counseling and to conduct home based rapid tests. Seen the educational level of her pupils – Angola went through 30 years of war when many schools remained closed – it is not theoretical knowledge ...

Adelaide Simba Goio, Student at EPF Cabinda

... positive result at the end of the school term.  During this period I also achieved the following in the community: Conducted a cleanup of Chilelo and Mpuela communities Organized a inter-schools football ...

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 ...

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