• ADPP Angola is celebrating 30 years of active involvement in development work with communities throughout the country

  • ADPP Angola operates 45 projects in 18 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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Community Development Project in 70 Inland Fishing Communities

... fleet (100,000 people estimated to be earning a living from marine and inland water fishing in 2012 - 2013 (http://www.fao.org/fishery/facp/AGO/en). ADPP Angola is currently collaborating with the Ministry ...

Community Development

ADPP’s considerable experience in community development benefited fishing and farming populations alike in 2017, with the continuation of integrated programme in the fishing communities of Cabo Ledo and ...

HIV & TB Community Control Project - 4 southern provinces

Prevention and Control of HIV/AIDS in Kuando Kubango, Kunene, Huila and Namibe is a project being implemented by a consortium of organizations, led by ADPP and including 5 other Angolan organizations: ...

Malaria

... a multi-pronged attack on the cross-border infection and spread of malaria across the whole of Southern Africa. ADPP Angola leads consortium implementing the projecton the Angola-Namibia border. The ...

Cross-border Malaria Project

... is employing a multi-pronged attack on cross-border infection and the spread of malaria across the whole of Southern Africa From May 2017 to March 2019, ADPP Angola led a consortium of NGOs implementing ...

Malaria Track Record

ADPP has distributed 548.194 LLINs to 1.036.823 people in 3 provinces: Bengo (2014/15): 214.180 LLITN to 428.360 people Namibe (2014/15): 148.414 LLITN to 296.828 people Kwanza Norte (2012/13): ...

Teacher training: Learning to travel and travelling to learn

The first year of training at the ADPP Teacher Training Schools is called The International year of the Teacher, and includes a 3 to 4-month study trip in Angola. Students travel by bus, camping along ...

Celebrar o Mês da Mulher conosco

... também no Facebook, Twitter e Instagram Participe da conversa: use as hashtags: #womenofangola ou #adppangola e vamos nós encontrar!  ...

Polytechnic School Enrolment 2018 now open

Enrolment has started at the ADPP Polytechnic Shools for the academic year 2018. Read more about the 3 year combined practical and theoretical education at 7th - 9th grade level on the enrolment pamphlet ...

Reflections on Pan-Africanism in teacher training

The importance of the “Learning to travel, travelling to learn” period in teacher training and in the development of Pan-Africanism, by Agripino Chipassa The first year of training at the ADPP Teacher ...

Teacher Training Enrolment 2018 now open

Enrolment has started at the ADPP teacher training schools for the academic year 2018. Read more on the enrolment pamphlet available on our website or here (in Portuguese).  [widgetkit id="71" name="PDF ...

Focus on Angola

Students from the ADPP Polytechnic School in Benguela 8th Grade visit Ukuma, Huambo  Focus on Angola is one of the highlights of 8th Grade, where the students learn more about Angola through their own ...

Exams in Pedagogy & Methodology in Zaire

Students at the ADPP teacher training college in Zaire sat the national exam in Pedagogy/Methodology for the first time this year. It all began on 20 September, with the students giving specially prepared ...

Taurai on healthy food and communities

Opinion Piece | ADPP Angola Staff Is the food we eat everyday doing justice to our bodies, our families, communities and the country at large? I am Taurai Zvepasi, a Zimbabwean, aged 47, and I've bee ...

People to People Blog

In our People to People blog, we publish stories, opinions, photos and more from ADPP project staff and participants. Views are the content providers own.      ...

Vacancies

Terms of Reference “Most Significant Change” – Participatory Evaluation ADPP needs independent documentation of the impact and successes of one of its projects. This can be done by conducing “most significant ...

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