• 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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Happy New Year!

... thank you for your contributions!  The sum of all our efforts has indeed been great, and below you can read about some of the highlights from the past year.    Education  Teacher training has been, ...

Spotlight: Community Health Agents programs

From 2006, ADPP has been adopting a systematic approach to community health, recruiting, training and organizing local community members to promote preventative health care and uptake of existing health ...

School-based Malaria programs

... authorities, teacher training colleges and primary schools, the projects seek to institutionalize community-based malaria control activities. Schoolchildren are able to function as agents of change, sharing ...

TB Community Control Project

... units 21 health agents per province were also engaged, and those in Kuando Kubango, Kunene and Huila attended training sessions covering HIV prevention and control, with training scheduled to take place ...

HIV Community Control Project

... units 21 health agents per province were also engaged, and those in Kuando Kubango, Kunene and Huila attended training sessions covering HIV prevention and control, with training scheduled to take place ...

Community Health Agent Malaria Programs

From 2006, ADPP has been recruiting, training and organizing local community members to promote preventative health care and uptake of existing health services via repeat house to house visits. ADPP is ...

Community Control of Malaria

... aware of the importance of behavioural changes with respect to HIV/AIDS and TB, as well as for the need to know their HIV status. The schools-based program in both Uige and Zaire involves training in-service ...

Health System Strengthening

... are local people, who know the area well. Towards the beginning of the project, they received training in malaria, HIV and TB, and each Agent interviewed 35 families, to gather more precise information ...

Women in Action

The Women in Action projects aim to help women establish and grow their own small business in the tailoring sector. The women receive a 6 month sewing course and 6 months of entrepreneurship training. This ...

Community Development Project in 70 Inland Fishing Communities

... literacy training, and facilitating a participative process of evaluating climate change vulnerabilities and creating community development plans. Empowering communities and community members, as the antithesis ...

Integrated development Huila and Namibe

... been trained to take responsibility for the maintenance of the water and energy systems. Community health is being tackled by recruiting and training 48 Community Agents in each municipality, the Agents ...

Community Development

... and Namibe. Women in Action projects, piloted in Bengo and subsequently introduced in Luanda, give women access to skills training and courses in literacy and entrepreneurship, plus awareness about health ...

HIV & TB Community Control Project - 4 southern provinces

...  in the final quarter of 2017, with the selection for participation of 28 health units. 21 health agents per province were also engaged, and those in Kuando Kubango, Kunene and Huila attended training session ...

Malaria

... are local people, who know the area well. Towards the beginning of the project, they received training in malaria, HIV and TB, and each Agent interviewed 35 families, to gather more precise information ...

Trainee teachers in Luanda share their experiences

...  in my 2nd year of teacher training, I completed my teaching practice at Primary School 2068 in Ramiros. There, we found children with a variety of disabilities, such as physical deficiency of upper o ...

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