• 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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Spotlight: Community Health Agents programs

... assistance. They also give small group lessons, liaise with clinics and work with traditional authorities and other stakeholders in their area. The Agents are organized in cluster of 25, supervised by ...

Highlights from our Malaria track record

ADPP chairs the National Forum of Malaria partners and as such works to coordinate malaria stakeholders throughout the country, including advocacy for community-based rapid testing. In 2017 / 2018, ADPP ...

School-based Malaria programs

...  In the initial stages of the project, staff establish a network of trained Malaria Control Teachers from local primary schools, who form Malaria ...

Introduction to School-based Projects

... on the correct use of a mosquito net, or work to make people aware of how to avoid mosquito bites.  Nutrition clubs might take part in and then replicate cooking demonstrations, and use key message pamphlets ...

Community Control of Malaria

... malaria control in the community working via schools and community agents, and to provide sufficient information for the community to assume control of HIV and TB as well. The project creates awareness ...

Health System Strengthening

The project seeks to strengthen the community health system, particularly with respect to malaria, HIV and TB, by building on the existing network of health posts in the operation areas in each of four ...

Women in Action

... of work experience at Bengo Textile Factory. In the first half of 2017, Group 2 was in the concluding phase of their course, and worked on skirts, trousers and shirts, as well as clothes for a fashion ...

Malaria

... project is contributing to the goal of elimination of malaria in Namibia by 2020, and is laying the groundwork towards eliminating malaria in the southern part of Angola. This double objective is being ...

Cross-border Malaria Project

... border. The first target for the project is the elimination of malaria in Namibia by 2020 while simultaneously laying the groundwork towards eliminating malaria in the southern part of Angola. This double ...

Malaria

The project seeks to strengthen the community health system, particularly with respect to malaria, HIV and TB, by building on the existing network of health posts in the operation areas in each of four ...

MALARIA WEEK 2018 AT ADPP'S PROJECTS IN ANGOLA

... the Health System: Social mobilization to increase and improve access of health services through Health Mobilizers working with health units in the provinces of Uige, Lunda Norte, Moxico and Malanje.   ...

MALARIA WEEK AT ADPP´S PROJECTS IN ANGOLA

... the Health System: Social mobilization to increase and improve access of health services through Health Mobilizers working with health units in the provinces of Uige, Lunda Norte, Moxico and Malanje.   ...

Teacher training: Learning to travel and travelling to learn

...  and explanations, the teachers worked in small groups to discuss their chosen theme for investigation. They undertook background research, decided questions to ask, and began thinking about what they wishe ...

Trainee teachers in Luanda share their experiences

... practice, we were three students accompanying a class teacher, so it was very easy to give support to the children who needed it. My colleagues and I worked together with the head teacher find a strategy ...

EPP Benguela - Food Producer

... how to transplant the seedlings into definitive beds. I learned how to take care of animals, mainly ducks and pigs, which are the animals we have at school. For work experience, I did food sales, and making ...

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